“Denmark’s best planned port area” is located outside the city on wide-open areas- with room for long-term development. Besides the facilities, the port of Aalborg owns 4.2 million m2 of area in the hinterland, where the infrastructure is closely linked to the E45 highway. Nearly 100 companies have already established themselves in the attractive area, of which about half of the area is situated near the quay. The container terminal at Aalborg has a capacity to handle 100,000 containers annually. From the special project berth offshore instillations and wind turbines are handled.
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Port of Aberdeen has welcomed more than 100 vessels working on offshore wind projects to the port so far this year, including the latest arrival of a jack-up installation vessel.
Attentive Energy One, a joint venture of TotalEnergies and Rise Light & Power, have announced plans for two offshore wind port facilities in New York Harbour.
ESB and Iarnród Éireann have signed a joint Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate on the organisations’ respective development plans to support offshore wind projects in the Celtic and Irish Seas.