Jan De Nul continues work on Taiwpower's project

In: Windfarms
28/04/2021
Jan De Nul is continuing works on the Taiwan Power Company Offshore Windfarm Phase 1 Project – Demonstration (TPC) off the coast of Taiwan.
The installation works were put on hold due to the winter season, but resumed recently. This week, the sixth turbine was erected using the jack-up installation vessel
Taillevent.

Taiwan Power Company (TPC) awarded the construction contract to a consortium Jan De Nul-Hitachi on 13th Feb 2018. The project entails the manufacturing and installation of 21 offshore wind turbines, each with a capacity of 5.2 MW. Hitachi will build and supply the HTW5.2-127 turbines.


Jan De Nul's scope of work includes the design, manufacturing and installation of the complete wind farm. It includes the foundations, all offshore and onshore cables, upgrading the electrical installations and the transformer station and installing the wind turbines.


The project handover is expected by mid-2021. Then, Jan De Nul Group will operate and take care of maintenance of the wind farm for a five-year period.


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