Vattenfall teams up with BASF for Dutch offshore wind bid

The German chemicals group joins Vattenfall early for bid on Hollandse Kust West VI, betting on points for biodiversity.

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Historically, Vattenfall has had a fair amount of success when singlehandedly making bids for offshore wind tenders. But for the ongoing tender of Hollandse Kust West for two times 700MW, the Swedish utility brings in a partner for the first time.

Though not a partner on technology nor with extensive experience in offshore wind, German chemicals group BASF will join for a bid on the VI site, the parties announce in a joint press release.

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