ABB, Ramboll Join Forces on Offshore Wind

ABB has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ramboll to collaborate on pursuing new prospects for offshore substations within the global offshore wind market.

Under the agreement, ABB will contribute with its expertise in the design and supply of electrical, Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA), automation, and telecommunications equipment, including engineering, products, installation, commissioning, and operational maintenance of such equipment.

Ramboll will contribute with its expertise in engineering services in development, design and specification, construction, maintenance, and operation, including disciplines of structural, piping, mechanical and layout, process, technical safety, electrical, SCADA, automation, and telecommunication systems.

The initial agreement is valid for up to five years and indicates collaboration on a case-to-case basis.

“The agreement with Ramboll is set to advance generation and transmission of renewable energy from offshore wind farms, crucial for the energy transition to net-zero,” said Patrick Gilly, Global Director of Energy Transition at Ramboll.

Ramboll is an engineering, design, and consultancy company based in Denmark. The company creates sustainable solutions for multiple markets including transport, environment and health, energy, and management consulting.

ABB is a company mainly operating in robotics, power, heavy electrical equipment, and automation technology areas.

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