Leask Marine job done on London Array

In: Windfarms
Last week, Leask Marine announced that it had completed its infrastructure project work for the 630 MW London Array offshore wind farm.

Leask Marine's work included diver-supported cable cleaning and bend stiffener installation, involving the vessel MV C-Odyssey and crew, together with a Leask Marine commercial dive team. C-Odyssey was designed and build for offshore renewables. A versatile vessel, it can be used for heavy lift, dive support, ROV support, towage, installation, and decommissioning works.

London Array has been operational since since April 2013 and is situated 30km off the north Kent coast, in the Outer Thames Estuary. It has a capacity of 630 MW, supplying enough power for nearly 500,000 homes and reducing CO2 emissions by more than 925,000 tonnes a year. The wind farm features 175 Siemens Gamesa turbines, covering an area of 100km2. It is maintained and operated from the Port Ramsgate.

Ownership of London Array is as follows: RWE holds a 30% project share, Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) holds 25%, as does Ørsted . Masdar, the Abu Dhabi renewable energy company, holds a 20% share.

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