Seacontractors supports Jan De Nul in Taiwan

In: Vessels
Seacontractors' multi-purpose vessels Sea Charlie and Sea Buffalo recently supported Jan de Nul to assist at Taiwan Power Company’s Changhua Phase 1 offshore wind farm. It was the first time Seacontractors had worked in Taiwan.

Sea Charlie
and Sea Buffalo, both equipped with heavy duty cranes, are designed to assist dredging and offshore projects in shallow waters. They have since left Taiwan but will be working in Taiwan again in 2021.

Jan De Nul is responsible for the design, fabrication and installation of the foundations, the installation of the wind turbines, the supply and installation of the onshore and offshore cables, as well as for the upgrading of the substation.

The first turbine is now installed and the project team will proceed with the commissioning process, along with the final termination of the subsea cable inside the tower.
Changhua Phase 1 will comprise 21 5.2 MW turbines, and is scheduled to be completed by the end of the year.

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