British firm secures contract with Ørsted on Hornsea 3

Ørsted won the tender for British offshore wind farm Hornsea 3 in July and now enters a contract with UK-based VolkerFitzpatrick on an accompanying land cable.

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British engineering and construction company VolkerFitzpatrick becomes subsupplier to Ørsted’s offshore wind project Hornsea 3 with a new contract on land cable supply.

With its planned 2.852GW, Hornsea 3 will become one of the world’s largest offshore wind farms, supplying power to around 3.2 million households in the UK once expectedly operational in 2027. Ørsted is charged with establishing the wind farm after being awarded a Contract for Difference by the British government in July.

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