Highlights of the Month: February, 2014
Mainstream Renewable Power has appointed Marubeni and Technip Offshore Wind Limited (working in consortium) as the preferred supplier of balance of plant EPCI (Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation) services for the Neart na Gaoithe offshore wind farm.
Aeolus, the first jack-up vessel specialized for work on offshore wind farms to be designed and built in Germany, has left the shipyard and is now sailing along the river Elbe to Bremerhaven.
The first phase of foundations installation at the Humber Gateway offshore wind farm has been successfully completed.
A2SEA has sold its offshore wind installation vessel SEA ENERGY.
Siemens has developed an automatic fire detection and extinguishing system for offshore wind turbines. The first of these systems was recently installed at the Riffgat offshore wind farm in the North Sea.
Vestas has been selected as the preferred supplier by Dong Energy for their offshore wind project in the UK.
Innovative employees in DONG Energy’s wind business have found a new communication tool that makes it possible to communicate on offshore sites before cables have been uncoiled, and telecommunication poles have been installed.