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Eiffage won two sea air deals in the UK

Eiffage won two sea air deals in the UK

(AOF) – Eiffage has won two new contracts with Smulders (a Belgian subsidiary of Eiffage Métal) to build foundations and power substations for two offshore wind farms off the British coast.

The first won with the Dutch company Sif and was related to the production and distribution of 87 foundations that would form the third and final phase (C) of the Dogger Bank project located on the North Sea off the English coast of Yorkshire. With a capacity of 3.6 gigawatts, it will be the world’s largest marine wind farm when completed in 2026 and will provide electricity to more than 6 million households in the UK.

Smalters also won a contract with Siemens Energy to build two power substations on the Moreh West wind farm on the northeast coast of Scotland. Substations will centralize and convert the energy generated by 85 wind farms. When it comes to streaming in 2024, the 860 MW Navy will provide electricity to 640,000 homes in the United Kingdom.


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