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Kaskasi: First cans rolled

The first cans of the transition pieces and monopiles have already been rolled on schedule, ensuring production of the 39 monopiles, 38 transition pieces, and one special designed transition piece for the offshore substation begins in the third quarter of 2020. The work will continue until the third quarter of 2021, when the final foundation is scheduled to leave Bladt Industries’ manufacturing site in Denmark ahead of installation 35 kilometres north of the island of Heligoland, in moderate water depths of 18 to 25 metres.

Facts on turbine foundations:

Transition Pieces: Height 10 meters

Diameters: 6 meters

Total weight: 90 tons

Monopiles: Height: 55 – 65 meters

Diameters: 6.5 meters

Total weight: 660 tons


Facts on Kaskasi offshore wind farm:

Installed capacity: 342 MW

Location: 35 kilometres north of the island of Heligoland

Turbines: 38 turbines (Type: SG 8.0-167 DD Flex), each close to 9 MW

Start of offshore construction: expected in autumn 2021

Start of commissioning: expected in summer 2022

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