1400 MW! East Anglia Phase III Offshore Wind Project Launched

Seetao 2022-08-13 15:16
  • The project is an important step in connecting the green world
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Scottish Power Renewables has started construction of its 1,400 MW East Anglia III offshore wind farm in the UK. The initial focus of the East Anglia 3 construction project will be on the onshore converter station in Bramford, Suffolk, in partnership with Siemens Energy and Aker Solutions – and along the cable route, in partnership with NKT, which opened in July Signed contract with ScottishPower Renewables.

NKT is responsible for the design and manufacture of the 320 kV DC output cable system, which includes approximately 2 x 150 kilometers of offshore cables and approximately 2 x 40 kilometers of onshore cables. HDVC cables will be produced in Karlskrona, Sweden, with a low carbon footprint as the factory uses 100% green electricity. Keywords: engineering news, engineering construction

Construction access to the onshore converter station is currently underway, with drainage and earthworks scheduled to be completed by the end of the year. Road work has begun on three complexes along the cable corridor, with three access roads and a compound expected to be completed by the end of August. East Anglia Three, which received a CFD from the UK government in July, is located about 70km off the southern coast of the North Sea.Editor/XingWentao