Port of Roenne selected installation port for Baltic Eagle

The Port of Roenne A/S has announced it has been selected as the turbine installation port for the Baltic Eagle offshore wind farm. All of the project's 50 turbines will be assembled and installed from the port, located on the Danish island of Bornholm.

Iberdrola's 476 MW
Baltic Eagle project is being developed off the island of Rügen, in the German waters of the Baltic Sea. The project, which will span a 40 km2 area, is expected to be completed in 2024 and consists of 50 Vestas V174-9.5MW wind turbines. Baltic Eagle will connect to the Lubmin substation through two high voltage cables.  It is the company's second array to be built in the Baltic Sea, the first being Wikinger.

Iberdrola’s Baltic Hub,  
Wikinger and Baltic Eagle, will deliver 826 MW by late 2024. Iberdrola recently reveleaed it planning to increase their installed capacity in Germany to more than 1.1 GW by the end of 2026.

CEO at Port of Roenne A/S, Thomas Bendtsen, commented: “It is very positive that Iberdrola and Vestas have selected the Port of Roenne as the installation port for the Baltic Eagle-project. This underlines our services are competitive. At the same time we are continuously implementing initiatives to improve the services offered to our customers in the market.”


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