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First turbine installed at Borssele III/IV project

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The first of the 77 V164-9.5 MW turbines has been installed at the 731.5 MW Borssele III/IV offshore wind project by MHI Vestas at site 55 km off the coast of the Netherlands.

After completion of the project, the Borssele III / IV project will provide 825.000 households with clean renewable energy, representing up to 2.3 percent of total Dutch demand for electricity. Completion is expected within this year.

First turbine installation at Borssele III/IV is a key milestone for the MHI Vestas team, who are working hard to deliver offshore wind projects across Europe in the midst of the Covid-19 challenge. First turbine installation at Borssele III/IV is a key milestone for the MHI Vestas team, who are working hard to deliver offshore wind projects across Europe in the midst of the Covid-19 challenge.”

Flemming Ougaard, COO of MHI Vestas.

After completion of the foundations in April, the start of the turbine installation phase marks the next crucial and exciting step in the project. After completion of the foundations in April, the start of the turbine installation phase marks the next crucial and exciting step in the project.”

Roeland Borsboom, project director of Blauwwind.

Total expected energy production from the Borssele III/IV wind project is 3.000 GWh per year.

The Borssele III/IV project is being developed by the Blauwwind consortium, consisting of Partners Group, Shell, Eneco, Diamand Generating Europe and Van Oord.

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