TMA Logistics has been
commissioned by Siemens Gamesa Renewables Energy (SGRE) to provide the
transhipment and transhipment of wind turbines for Windpark
SGRE is carrying out the project in close collaboration with Van Oord Offshore
Wind BV. Van Oord is to install the monopile foundations and cables. These
monopiles will also most likely be delivered via the TMA Amsterdam Terminal.
All foundation piles are produced in Rostock, Germany. They weigh 220,000
kilos each and are approximately 42 meters long. For TMA Logistics, this
means that at least 100,000 m2 of land and 400 meters of quay will be occupied
during of construction.
financial close on 1st October 2019, and is to be built in the Dutch IJsselmeer,
six kilometres off the Frisian coast. Windpark
set to feature 89 Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy SWT-DD-130,
each with a 4.3 MW capacity.
With a capacity of 382.7 MW, the array is anticipated to supply enough
energy for around 500,000 households and be fully operational in 2021.
It is being built by Balance of Plant contractors Van Oord. Foundation
installation is currently scheduled to start in 2020.
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