Danish firm wins service contract for Welsh wind farm

A2SEA is to provide installation services at the RWE-run Gwynt y Môr offshore wind farm, off the coast of north Wales.

  The Danish firm will provide its jack-up vessels, Sea Jack and Sea Worker, which will install 160 Siemens 3.6MW turbines, reports powertechnology.com.

Jens Frederik Hansen, A2SEA CEO, said: "The vessel solution secures optimum discharge and logistics from the load-out port.

  Through good cooperation with RWE we anticipate an efficient, safe and smooth project execution."

 The first completed turbine is expected to begin generating electricity in 2013.

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