Hellenic Cables supplying cables for Coastal Virginia

4C Offshore | Tom Russell
By: 14/01/2022 Hellenic Cables
Hellenic Cables announced the completion of cable manufacturing and loading for shipment, executing a contract awarded by Dominion Energy for the partial supply of inter-array cables for the  Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind (CVOW) commercial scale project.

Hellenic Cables was responsible for the design, supply, and storage of approximately 50 km of 66 kV, XLPE insulated submarine inter-array cables, connecting the wind turbines to the offshore substation. The cables have been manufactured in Hellenic Cables submarine cable production facility in Corinth, Greece, over an extended period.

“We are proud to support Dominion Energy in this flagship project, one of the first commercial-scale offshore wind projects in the US, with our world-class cable design and manufacturing expertise. In doing so, we are doing our part in enabling the clean energy transition in Virginia, the United States and the world.”
commented Mr. Alexis Alexiou, CEO of Cenergy Holdings and Hellenic Cables.

“Hellenic Cables is a global leader and brings years of experience to help us deliver clean, renewable energy to our Virginia customers,”
said Joshua Bennett, Dominion Energy’s vice president of offshore wind.

CVOW is the largest planned offshore wind farm in the United States, with a capacity of 2,640 MW. It is expected to provide power for 660,000 homes. Situated around 43 kilometers off the coast of Virginia, it is expected to be completed in 2026.

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