Danish firm scores hat-trick in Chinese offshore wind

Ramboll seems to be gaining solid ground in the Chinese offshore wind industry after landing a new contract with a major player. Smaller players are taking note, says market director.

Denmark's Ramboll has been selected to design the foundations for the Chinese offshore wind project Binhai South H3. This is the third consecutive time that the company will be securing solid ground for offshore wind farms, to be installed by state-owned Chinese utility SPIC at sea north of Shanghai. Previously, the consulting engineer firm worked on the farms Binhai North 1, and just turned in Binhai North 2 last week.

The contract's value has not been disclosed but, according to EnergyWatch's information, it is worth a double-digit million amount in DKK.

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