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The UK Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has approved Ørsted’s application to reduce the number of offshore substations and increase the size of the topsides on the Hornsea Project Two offshore wind project.
Ørsted has sent an application to the UK’s Planning Inspectorate to reduce the maximum number of offshore HVAC collector substations permitted under the Hornsea Project Two Development Consent Order (DCO).
UK governmental agencies, conservation organisations and companies have responded positively to Ørsted’s application to reduce the number of offshore substations and increase the size of the topsides on the Hornsea Project Two offshore wind project.
UK’s Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has approved an increase in the total works area for the Hornsea Project Two onshore substation site.
Barrow & Burbo Bank Extension DONG Energy has become sole owner of the 90MW Barrow Offshore Wind Farm. In December the company announced that it acquired the remaining 50% ownership interest from its joint venture partner Centrica plc. The Barrow wind farm has been in full operation since 2006. Another announcement by the Danish company in December concerned the final investment decision for […]
The application for Hornsea Project One, the first offshore wind farm that SMart Wind Ltd is developing in the Round 3 Hornsea Zone, has been accepted for examination by the UK Planning Inspectorate. The Planning Inspectorate has approximately three months to prepare for the examination. During this stage, the public will be able to register […]
Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm Limited has reduced the number of onshore cable circuits required for electricity transport from the offshore wind farm to the national grid. According to the project team, this will help reduce the overall construction footprint of the project and realise planned reductions in costs.