Vattenfall enters framework agreement with Danish service carrier

Three-year framework agreement with Ziton will ensure lower prices on Vattenfall's offshore wind.

Photo: Dbb Jack-Up Services

Danish service carrier Ziton (formerly DBB Jack-Up) has landed yet another framework agreement with major wind developer Vattenfall.

This summer, Dong signed a framework agreement to use Ziton for service work on several of the company's Danish and British offshore wind turbines and now Swedish competitor Vattenfall has taken the same step. The Swedish energy giant announces that a three-year framework agreement has been signed to use Ziton on the majority of Vattenfall's offshore wind farms.

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