This award follows similar work which has been delivered by OWC for previous innogy projects such as Gwynt y Môr, Nordsee Ost and Galloper offshore wind farms.
“We are delighted to be supporting the Triton Knoll offshore wind farm project at this important stage of the project and it continues a longstanding relationship with innogy projects here in the UK and also in Germany,” says Ian Bonnon, managing director of OWC.
OWC will carry out the work with personnel from its office in London, UK. The contract value is undisclosed.
The 860MW Triton Knoll offshore wind farm project is located 32 kilometres off the Lincolnshire coast and will be capable of generating enough energy to meet the needs of more than 800,000 typical UK homes. The project is now preparing for the start of construction of its onshore Electrical System works this summer, having secured a Contract for Difference from the UK Government in September 2017. The project is now spade-ready, having received consent for the offshore array in July 2013 and the onshore electrical system in September 2016.
OWC, part of Oslo-listed energy consultancy group Aqualis ASA, is a globally focused consultancy providing independent services to the offshore renewables industry.
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About Aqualis ASA
Aqualis ASA (OSE: Aqua) is a public company that, through its subsidiaries and associates, offers energy consultancy services to the offshore oil, gas and renewables sectors globally. The group employs experienced consultants across 17 offices in 14 countries worldwide. Aqualis ASA operates under two different brands: Aqualis Offshore and Offshore Wind Consultants. Aqualis Offshore is a specialised offshore marine and engineering consultancy firm, focusing on the shallow and deep-water offshore segments of the oil and gas industry. Offshore Wind Consultants is a globally focused consultancy providing independent services to the offshore renewables industry.