Confirming the largest MW project to date in the company’s history, MHI Vestas will supply 100 V164-9.5 MW turbines for the 950 MW project to be installed in Scotland’s Moray Firth.
- Project to utilize 58 SG 8.0-167 DD offshore wind turbines; 17-year Long Term Service agreement with logistics included
- SeaMade is the name of two combined offshore wind projects, previously known as Mermaid (235 MW) and Seastar (252 MW)
- Clean energy to be provided to 485,000 households
- Installation and commissioning expected to be completed before the end of 2020
Northwester 2 in Belgium will be the world’s first offshore wind park to feature the V164-9.5 MW turbine from MHI Vestas Offshore Wind.
Pioneering three-turbine project to feature the largest and most powerful wind turbines ever installed onto a floating foundation.
MHI Vestas Offshore Wind will supply 90 of its flagship V164-9.5 MW turbines for the 860 MW project, its largest MW project to date.
Following the announcement in October 2017 of the selection of MHI Vestas as preferred turbine supplier for the Moray East offshore wind project, Moray East has today signed a conditional agreement with MHI Vestas Offshore Wind for the supply and installation of 100 MHI Vestas V164-9.5 MW offshore w
- Contract signed for supply and service of 165 SG 8.0-167 DD turbines
- Turbine installation at the project site 89 kilometers off the British east coast expected to start in 2021
- Contract signed between Ørsted and SGRE for 165 turbines for Hornsea Project Two
- Largest single order in the history of offshore wind energy
- Pre-assembly work and majority of blades (around 75%) to be manufactured at SGRE facility in Greenport, Hull
- It will be the first project to use UK-produced 81m blades, giving 167m rotor
- SGRE are also expecting to partly source wind turbine towers manufactured in the UK
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