It marks a return to its domestic market for Cadeler.
The work will be carried out in 2026, at the project site in the Øresund, around 10km south of Copenhagen.
There, Cadeler will deploy one of its O-class vessels. It will feature a main crane with a lifting capacity of 1,600 metric tons.
The company’s CEO, Mikkel Gleerup, said: “It feels good to be back on home ground to install wind turbines in Øresund and be part of this well-planned project together with Hofor and Siemens Gamesa.”
Project planning has taken 11 years, with Hofor having applied to build the wind farm through Denmark’s open-door scheme.
Factors such as the site’s location close to Natura 2000 areas, the coastline, shipping lanes and air traffic have had to be considered and final approval is still to be granted by the utility’s owner, The Municipality of Copenhagen.
The turbines will be installed on gravity-based foundations, placed on the seabed surrounded by large stones. This will create a local biodiversity and marine life-friendly artificial stone reef.