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Baltic Eagle offshore wind farm reaches milestone.

4C Offshore | Mark Casey
By: Mark Casey 12/09/2023 Iberdrola
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Iberdrola has successfully installed all fifty monopiles of the Baltic Eagle offshore wind farm. The installation of the fifty monopiles of the Baltic Eagle offshore wind farm was completed in cooperation with Van Oord.

Commissioning of the offshore wind farm is planned for the end of 2024.

The monopiles were made by the Rostock-based company EEW SPC. The monopiles were transported floating from the port of Rostock to the Baltic Eagle offshore construction field.

They were then positioned with the help of Van Oord’s heavy-lift installation vessel Svanen.

"With the installation of the monopiles, we have reached another key milestone in the construction of Baltic Eagle," commented Iris Stempfle, Managing Director of Iberdrola Deutschlands's Offshore Division.

With a production capacity of 476 MW, Iberdrola's Baltic Eagle offshore wind farm will supply approximately 475,000 households with renewable energy.

Baltic Eagle is the second of three large-scale projects in Germany. Iberdrola already operates the 350-MW Wikinger wind farm and is developing the 300-MW Windanker project, which will be completed in 2026.

Together, these offshore wind farms form Iberdrola's so-called Baltic Hub. It will have a total capacity of more than 1.1 GW in 2026, with combined investment of around 3.7 billion euros.

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