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James Fisher Subsea Excavation (JFSE), part of James Fisher and Sons plc, has completed three projects at offshore wind farms in European waters.
On 23 April, University of Limerick (UL) launched a EUR 2 million Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV), delivered by Forum Energy Technologies and fine-tuned by researches from UL’s Centre for Robotics and Intelligence Systems. The ROV will be used for inspection, repair and maintenance of underwater parts of offshore renewable energy structures.
Independent renewable energy developer Element Power has entered the offshore wind market by taking over the development of the North Irish Sea Array (NISA) offshore wind site in the Irish Sea from Gaelectric.
Belgium-based offshore wind farm developer Parkwind has agreed an investment to become a strategic partner in the proposed 330MW Oriel offshore wind farm project in the North Irish Sea.
Offshore engineering and technology company Osbit Ltd has completed its first project for Seajacks with the delivery of a bespoke access system for the company’s offshore wind farm installation and maintenance vessel, Seajacks Scylla.
Ahead of the turbine installation at the Race Bank offshore wind farm, due to start at the end of April, A2SEA’s jack-up vessel Sea Installer has been fitted with four massive adapter rings for wind turbine tower sea fastening.