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Assodivers get Kriegers Flak CGS contract

Assodivers get Kriegers Flak CGS contract

11-10-2017 14:00:00

Energinet.dk and 50Hertz have chosen the Greek-based Assodivers for cable digging work on Kriegers Flak Combined Grid Solution (CGS), a project connecting the Danish and German electricity networks via the Kriegers Flak and Baltic 2 wind farms.

Assodivers must provide burying or dredging and protection of approximately 2 x 24-kilometer underwater cable for the Krieger Flak CGS connection. The work includes the removal of large stones or other blocks, trenching, flushing and covering of the cables, as well as studies and documentation.

Kriegers Flak and Baltic 2 wind farms are less than 25 kilometers apart and will be connected via the two underwater cables supplied by NKT. In December 2016, NKT awarded VBMS, subsidiary of Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V., the contract for the installation of the 150 kV AC power cable to Kriegers Flak CGS. The project is expected to be completed in Q2 2018.

The CGS project is the world's first interconnection of the power grid between two countries, which also connects the two countries' offshore wind farms.

Source: Offshore Wind / Maritime Denmark

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