An international consortium formed by Ocean Winds, EDP Renováveis and the French company Engie has submitted to the Dutch Government a plan for the Hollandes Gust West (HKW) areas to improve seawater projects around the world. Park. Through this application, it wants to acquire the rights to generate about 790 MW of sea wind capacity.
Located at a distance of 53 km from the coast, the future offshore marine wind farm with state-of-the-art technology (unlike the floating turbines owned by the Ocean Winds in Wayanad do Costello) covers an area of approximately 88 km2 and is expected to produce more. 3.4 TWh clean energy.
With a total portfolio of 11.2 GW, Ocean Winds already has 12 seaport projects in seven countries – the already operational More East (UK, 950 MW), CMAT (Belgium, 487 MW) and Windflood Atlantic (Portugal, 25 MW). “Ocean Winds wants to support the Dutch ambition to accelerate the construction of seawater by 2030. In an effort to focus on environmental criteria, we consider the HKW Site VI project to set a new standard for integrating ecology into future wind projects. Ocean Winds includes design, construction and operational phases. And a project that incorporates innovations. By adopting a nature-based approach to wind development, our proposal will make a positive contribution to the knowledge of the North Sea environment, “said Greskors Korsky, Operations Director at Ocean Winds.