Offshore Project Progress -- 4 March

EUROPE: Recent project updates from the Hohe See project in Germany, Dong Energy's Gode Wind site and the 714MW East Anglia One project.

Turbine installation has been completed at Westermeerwind
Turbine installation has been completed at Westermeerwind

Hohe See

Turbine supply: Siemens will supply 71 SWT-7.0-154 turbines and monopile foundations to EnBW's 497MW Hohe See project.

It is the first turbines plus foundations contract to be awarded in the German offshore wind market.

Planned for a site in the North Sea, Hohe See is scheduled for completion in the second half of 2019. 22-Feb-16


Gode Wind

Inter-arrays installed: CT Offshore has completed installation of all 97 inter-array cables at Dong Energy's Gode Wind.

Located in the North Sea, the 582MW development is Germany's largest offshore wind project to date.

First power was transmitted from the project on 19 February. 26-Feb-16



Turbines completed: All 48 Siemens SWT-3.0-108 3MW turbines have been installed at Westermeerwind, marking the completion of construction at the 144MW project.

The project – the nearshore part of the Noordoostpolder complex – lies in the Ijsselmeer lake. First power was transmitted in November 2015. 1-Mar-16


East Anglia One

Port selection: ScottishPower Renewables' has chosen Peel Ports Great Yarmouth as the construction and installation base for East Anglia One.

Up to £5m (€6.5m) will be invested at the Norfolk port, in order that it is ready to begin supporting construction work in 2018.

The 714MW East Anglia One project is planned for a site in the North Sea. The first of its 102 turbines will be installed by 2019 and the project should be fully operational by 2020.

The Port of Lowestoft will host the operations and maintenance base. 2-Mar-16


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