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K2 Management advises Triton Knoll

K2 Management advises Triton Knoll

26-10-2017 09:00:00


K2 Management, headquartered in Viby, has been appointed by Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm Ltd to provide independent technical and commercial advice in connection with the 860 MW wind turbine project in the UK.

"With fewer UK projects going through auction rounds, innovative and cross-border projects are crucial to continuing moving the industry in the right direction, especially considering the slow development of the British wind market at the moment," says Simon Luby, K2 Management Global Director.

Triton Knoll is one of three projects that made it through and received the British Government's approval in September 2017, as one of the best "cheap" wind farms in British waters.
K2 Management began work on the project in 2016 with a review and analysis of the offshore wind farm to demonstrate the overall feasibility of the project.

K2 Management is responsible for reviewing and analyzing design, construction, supply chain, installation and weather risk, networking O&M strategy, providing permits and approvals, studies of environmental and social consequences.

Triton Knoll is a wind turbine project with a planned installed capacity of 860 megawatts with a planned investment of approximately 2,2 billion EUR.

Source: K2 Management / Maritime Denmark


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