Vattenfall readies seabed for Vesterhav farms

The Swedish utility has started work on the sea floor to make space for cable and foundations for 41 offshore wind turbines.

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Vattenfall has begun the process of removing stones and possible shipwrecks from the seabed site of two offshore wind farms Vesterhav Nord and Syd. Over the next 50 days, roughly 3,000 rocks will be cleared from the location to ready installation of cables and foundations.

”Starting the initial steps in the marine construction phase is an important milestone for us. This means the physical wind farms are just around the corner,” says Vattenfall Project Director for Vesterhav Nord and Syd Mathilde Damsgaard in a statement.

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