Innogy is all set to begin the offshore construction of the 857MW Triton Knoll offshore wind farm, which is being developed within the Greater Wash strategic area, offshore England. The German energy company, which owns 59% stake in the offshore wind project, will manage its construction and long term operation and maintenance works. The other stakeholders in the Triton Knoll wind project are J-Power (25%) and Kansai Electric Power (16%). According to innogy, the project team will have a goal to install 90 monopile foundations and transition pieces apart from two offshore substation platforms (OSPs) and their foundations in 2020. The project team will also look to lay more than 600km of sub-sea export and array cables this year.
NS Energy 10th Jan 2020 read more »