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Semco establishes transformer station

Semco establishes transformer station

13-05-2016 12:00:00


Semco Maritime is ready to tackle the layout of the transformer station in regard to the wind farm Sandbank, located in the German North Sea. The next 20-25 days will be intense days focused on the layout.

The jacket foundation was installed on May2 . It was Bladt Industries, who supplied the jacket foundation, four piles and the transformer station from Bladt's manufacturing facilities in Aalborg.

In March, MPI Offshore signed a contract for the ship MPI Adventure to be used in conjunction with Sandbank Park residential lifting operations and delivery of supplies during the work of establishing the transformer station. The ship will also help install wind turbines, which are expected to open this summer.

The 288 MW Sand Bank offshore wind farm is located 90 km from the coast on the island of Sylt and covers an area of 60 square kilometers. The wind farm will consist of 72 Siemens 4 MW wind turbines.

Source: Offshorewind.biz/Semco Maritime / Maritime Denmark


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