2017-07-22
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  • Euskalforging awarded the supply of 16 foundation flanges for Albatros offshore wind farm project 07/11/2017
    ... in the North of Spain, has signed a contract with Sif Group to supply 16 flanges for the foundations for Albatros. This project is an extension of Hohe See whose... capacity of up to 112 MW. The EPCI foundation contract has been assigned to GeoSea and Siemens. Hohe See and Albatros offshore wind farms, developed...
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    EMO takes over maritime coordination of two offshore wind farms for EnBW 06/21/2017
    ...EMO takes over maritime coordination of two offshore wind farms for EnBW 'Hohe See' and 'Albatros' are being realized with the help of Hamburg... nautical designers EMO, EnBW, Hohe See, Albatros EnBW has commissioned EMO to coordinate the two German offshore wind farms 'Hohe See' and 'Albatros'. A team of nautical engineers will support EnBW's team at the coordination center in Hamburg until commissioning. In addition to ensuring the safety and smooth operation of maritime transport on the offshore site, the tasks include the coordination of radio communications and emergency assistance. ...
  • EnBW and Enbridge continue their successful cooperation with the Albatros wind farm in the North Sea 06/09/2017
    ... with a capacity of 112 megawatts has now been announced: As with the EnBW Hohe See offshore wind farm, the Canadian energy infrastructure company... realise both projects – EnBW Hohe See and EnBW Albatros – together. The agreed participation model envisages that both partners will jointly...
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    Offshore Wind Energy 2017: Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy at booth N-J 20 One-stop fulfillment: Siemens Gamesa to supply EnBW Albatros offshore wind power plant as first German full-scope-project 06/01/2017
    ..., EnBW, Albatros offshore, wind power Following the 497-megawatt (MW) order for the EnBW Hohe See offshore wind power-plant, EnBW has also awarded Siemens... approximately 25 kilometers away and had been delivered by Siemens as well. In the same way as for EnBW Hohe See, Siemens is also partnering with the Belgian offshore construction specialist GeoSea for Albatros regarding construction and installation of the monopiles. Again, the extended scope and the inter-coordinated complete solution including installation works, construction elements, and wind turbine technology add to the synergies of the combined projects to enable a highly efficient realization of the projects. Inter-array cabling and coordination of the construction work remain in the scope of EnBW. "EnBW Albatros allows us to demonstrate our broad competence in offshore projects, ranging from project specific engineering services and the beneficial combination of power generation and transmission technology to service and maintenance concepts", states Michael Hannibal, CEO Offshore of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy. "This project has a high relevance for us since we will turn the 112-megawatt wind power plant into a highly profitable investment for our customer via cutting edge technology and smart details." Siemens Gamesa will showcase their broad solutions for offshore wind projects at the Offshore Wind Energy 2017 Conference in London (6 to 8 June, 2017) at their booth N-J 20. ...
  • VBMS awarded inter-array cabling contract for Albatros OWF 05/17/2017
    ... are scheduled for 2019, following the installation of seventy nine (79) inter-array cables for the nearby 497MW EnBW Hohe See offshore wind farm. Part...;exclusive economic zone’ of the German North Sea, adjacent to EnBW’s Hohe See offshore wind farm. ...
  • EnBW speeds up offshore wind: Investment decision on next offshore wind farm taken 05/10/2017
    ... with EnBW Hohe See / Joint project with capacity of around 610 megawatts to be connected to the grid in 2019 EnBW, Albatros, offshore, wind farm, Northsea..., He Dreiht, Hohe See EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG has increased the pace at which it is expanding wind energy at sea: Just a few days after...
  • EnBW gains approval for first German offshore wind auction for the 900 megawatt “He Dreiht” offshore wind farm 04/16/2017
    ... proximity with Hohe See, Albatros and He Dreiht. In combination, these factors ensure that EnBW He Dreiht will offer particularly low electricity generation costs and can be realised and operated without EEG subsidies. The German auction system for offshore wind up to 2025 is unique The first competitive auctions for the construction of offshore wind farms with 1,550 megawatts of capacity as part of the new German Renewable Energies Act (EEG) 2017 and the Offshore Wind Act (WindSeeG) had a number of special features. The auction process saw various projects of differing sizes – which would only be connected up to the grid in four to eight years’ time (2021 to 2025) – competing against each other. He Dreiht is due to be connected up to the grid in 2025 and can thus also not be realised until this point in time. Therefore, it was possible to take into account the expected technological developments over the next few years in the bid submitted for EnBW He Dreiht. “Our plans were based on comprehensive market analyses and intensive discussions with the supplier industry, which is working on numerous new technological developments and is fully focussed on achieving cost efficient solutions. The assumptions regarding electricity prices that were used as the basis for our bid were thus set at a moderate level. The anticipated returns are considerably above our capital costs and thus remain attractive”, according to Dirk Güsewell, the manager responsible for the expansion of renewable energies at EnBW. This confirms the cost trends for offshore wind projects seen in the latest invitations to tender in Denmark and Holland. The initial financing provided by funding schemes such as the EEG is bearing fruit and needs to be developed further with the necessary level of care in the coming years so that the continued integration of offshore wind energy into the market proves successful. “We have set a clear signal for the direction in which offshore technology is headed with our successful bid. Offshore wind farms are power plants at sea that can be refinanced in future on the electricity market and thus even without funding and additional economic costs can also make an important contribution to the Energiewende and the security of supply in an energy system based on renewable energies. The results of the auction are the best advertising for this concept. The reduction in the expansion targets for offshore wind, as agreed in the recent past in Germany, should thus be urgently reviewed”, insists Dirk Güsewell. ...
  • Enbridge Partners with EnBW on 497-MW German Offshore Wind Project 02/20/2017
    ...Hohe See is a late design-stage project located in the North Sea, 98 kilometers off the coast of Germany. As co-developer, Enbridge will participate in the construction and operation of the project. Once in service in late 2019, Enbridge's total investment in the project will be $1.7 billion (EUR1.07 billion). The project is expected to be strongly accretive in the first full year of operations. "Offshore wind presents promising large-scale opportunities to increase Enbridge's presence in the renewable power business and is one of our key platforms in the growth of our enterprise going forward," Enbridge President and CEO Al Monaco said of the transaction. "We like this business, and this project in particular, as it is supported by strong commercial underpinnings and provides attractive returns that are consistent with our investor value proposition. "This partnership also provides an option for further future investment in a planned 112-MW expansion of the offshore wind farm, providing Enbridge with an additional organic growth opportunity within the European offshore wind market," added Mr. Monaco. "EnBW is an excellent partner and leader in German power generation and offshore wind development and we look forward to working together to execute on this project and potential future opportunities. "This project represents an attractive opportunity for Enbridge to extend growth beyond 2019 and highlights the strength of the $48 billion in probability weighted development projects that we introduced in conjunction with our Spectra acquisition announcement. These projects, among others, will support the extension of our 10-12 percent annual dividend per share growth rate through 2024," concluded Mr. Monaco. Under the German government's offshore wind incentive structure, power generated by this project will effectively receive long-term fixed pricing for a period of 20 years. Development and construction has been de-risked as the project has now achieved all key regulatory approvals and fixed-price engineering, procurement, construction and installation contracts have been secured with key suppliers representing more than 90 percent of the project capital costs. Enbridge's investment in 2017 will be $0.6 billion (EUR0.44 billion) with the remaining capital to be invested through to the in-service date in 2019. Equity financing needs for the full $1.7-billion investment have been pre-funded through financing actions completed in the fourth quarter of 2016, specifically through the preferred share and hybrid instrument offerings. EnBW is one of the largest energy supply companies in Germany and Europe, with significant experience in construction and operation of offshore wind assets. The company developed the first commercial offshore wind farm in Germany, which has been in operation since 2011. "We are pleased to join forces with Enbridge in delivering this project," said EnBW CEO Frank Mastiaux. "EnBW has established a strong position in offshore wind and together with Enbridge, we will combine our expertise and advance our joint interest in this growing sector." Enbridge has several projects under development in the European offshore wind market, including a 24.9 percent stake in the 400-MW Rampion wind project off the coast of England (expected to be fully operational in 2018), and a 50 percent interest in French offshore wind development company Éolien Maritime France SAS, which is pursuing three large-scale offshore wind that would produce a combined 1,428 megawatts (MW) of power and are subject to final investment decision. Enbridge's financial advisor for this transaction was J.P. Morgan Securities LLC and its legal advisor was Dentons. ...
  • VBMS awarded inter-array cabling contract for EnBW Hohe See OWF 02/20/2017
    ... to offer EnBW an integrated cabling solution is an important step in further reducing the cost of renewable energy.” The Hohe See offshore wind...
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    Siemens to build EnBW Hohe See as first offshore wind project with extended scope 02/17/2017
    ...Siemens Wind Power will, for the first time, provide complete offshore wind power plant solutions including foundations for the EnBW Hohe See offshore... wind project. Hohe See owner EnBW has now made a final investment decision for its 497 megawatts offshore wind power plant. Starting in early 2018...
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