Havfram Achieves a Deal for German Offshore Wind

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Havfram Wind, a Norwegian contractor, has sealed a contract for work on wind turbine transport and installation on the RWE’s 1.6GW offshore wind farm found in the German North Sea.

RWE has plans for 4 wind farms north of the island of Juist, as part of the Nordseecluster project, which will be constructed in 2 phases.

The contract includes a preferred supplier agreement and Havfram, as part of the agreement, will transport and support the installation of 104 Vestas offshore wind turbines. These turbines each have a capacity of 15MW. 

The first phase of the project includes the turbine installation of the 2 wind farms, starting in 2026. The offshore construction work for phase 2 is expected to begin in 2028. For both of these phases, the company will use both of its newly built wind turbine installation vessels.

“We are very pleased to successfully conclude the negotiations with RWE for the Nordseecluster projects. RWE is an experienced developer and the trust in Havfram Wind for projects of such scale is proof of our growing position in the market.” stated CEO of Havfram Wind, Even Larsen.