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    Iberdrola awards Windar transition pieces contract for East Anglia 3 offshore wind farm in UK.

    May 24, 2023 - NS Energy


      Iberdrola has reached a deal with Windar Renovables to make 95 transition pieces for the East Anglia Three offshore wind facility in UK waters. This is the largest order of this type of foundations as of 19 May 2023 and production will be done primarily at the Asturian firm's units in Aviles, aside from the partnership of a huge number of Spanish suppliers in the production of the secondary structure, which will be incorporated at the Port of Aviles, before its delivery to the UK. The manufacture of the 95 pieces will need over 2 M work hours over 23 months and create 400 jobs. Production will start next Jun 2023 and each of these elements will have a maximum diameter of 8 metres, height of 20 metres, and a weight of 300 tonnes. East Anglia Three, which will be positioned off the Norfolk coast, will have a capacity of 1400 megawatts (MW), enough to power 1.3 M households with green energy once it is launched in 2026. East Anglia Three will be part of the East Anglia complex, which now has 714 MW of power already installed, with which it is possible to power 630,000 British households, and for which Windar has previously added 126 pin piles and 42 jackets. With this new agreement, Windar positions itself as a leader in generating these offshore substructures and boosts its relationship with Iberdrola for over 9 years, adding to the deals previously granted for Iberdrola's offshore wind plants in the UK, France, Germany, and the US. Windar Renovables is also now involved in generating of this type of product for other large Iberdrola offshore wind plants, such as Baltic Eagle, in German waters (50 transition pieces) and Vineyard Wind I (62 transition pieces) off the coast of Massachusetts, US. Original Source: NS Energy,


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