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Siemens hires subsidiary for major UK wind farm

Danish service carrier A2Sea, partially owned by Siemens Wind Power, has signed the contract to install more than 100 wind turbines on UK offshore wind farm East Anglia One.

A2Sea has secured the installation contract for offshore wind farm East Anglia One. The project's turbine supplier – as well as A2Sea's partial owner – Siemens hired the Danish service carrier to install the 102 turbines of 7 MW each for the 714 MW project, owned by ScottishPower Renewables, based in Iberdola.

"A2SEA is very proud to be part of building this extensive offshore wind farm. We have formerly worked with ScottishPower Renewables and Siemens Wind Power on West of Duddon Sands OWF, and I am confident that by providing our competent and experienced crew both onshore and offshore will ensure a project delivered both on time, on budget and most importantly in a safe manner," says Jens Frederik Hansen, CEO at A2SEA.

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