The ship is to be built at the CSBC shipyard in Taiwan for the joint-venture company CDWE (CSBC-DEME Wind Engineering) owned by CSBC and Belgium-based DEME Group.
The new electric Voith Schneider Propeller will be delivered for four offshore supply vessels of the Norwegian shipping company Østensjø.
HamiltonJet’s innovation and expertise has seen the company quickly become the number one supplier to the world’s Wind Farm sector, supporting more than 80 offshore Wind Farm vessels around the globe.
The Offshore Wind Farms are comprised of the bottom fixed offshore wind farm and the onshore substation and transmission lines and together are expected to be the first large-scale offshore wind power project in Japan established on a commercial basis.
To be able to offer the total package of services to the offshore wind industry – from installation to maintenance – DEME is investing in its first SOV for wind farm maintenance.
OHT’s new build vessel ‘Alfa Lift’, designed by Ulstein, will carry out the transport and installation of monopile foundations and transition pieces for the Creyke Beck A and B wind farms.
First ever UK use of high-voltage direct current (HVDC) technology with smaller environmental footprint for connecting offshore wind farms.
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority has finalized contracts with Equinor Wind US LLC for its 816 megawatt Empire Wind Project and Sunrise Wind LLC for its 880-megawatt Sunrise Wind Project to deliver clean, affordable renewable energy to New Yorkers.
Ørsted, the world-leading offshore wind developer, has selected GE Renewable Energy as the preferred turbine supplier for two of its US offshore wind farms which marks the world’s first commercial deployment of GE’s Haliade-X 12MW offshore wind turbine.