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Tekmar Energy gets Saint-Nazaire cable protection job from Prysmian

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Prysmian Group has selected Tekmar Energy’s Generation 10 Cable Protection System (CPS) to protect export cables on the Saint-Nazaire offshore wind farm.

The project’s entire subsea cable system will be protected with Tekmar Energy’s patented CPS technology.

Saint-Nazaire is a 480MW offshore wind farm located off France’s Atlantic Coast and owned by EDF Renewables and Enbridge. It is the first commercial-scale wind farm installed in French waters.

The latest generation of Tekmar Energy’s TekTube CPS will be deployed to protect the wind farms subsea export cables, whilst 160 TekLink systems will protect the array cables.

The CPS will be delivered in 2021 from the companies manufacturing facility in the North East of England, where significant investment has been made to ready the facility for Generation 10 production.

“We are delighted that our industry-leading cable protection systems have been chosen to protect both array and export cables on Saint-Nazaire offshore wind farm, a project characterized by a challenging seabed that demands a robust and dependable cable protection solution”

Russell Edmondson, managing director at Tekmar Energy.
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