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European Energy orders CTV

European Energy orders CTV

10-12-2018 12:00:00


Danish energy company European Energy Group has ordered a new crew transfer vessel (CTV) which will service their 21 MW offshore wind farm in Sprogø. Valling Ship Soulution are in charge of building the CTV. With this order, the company is officially a ship owning- and operating company.

European Energy Group has not given any official information regarding the exact date of delivery. European Energy entered the offshore wind farm sector back in March when they bought the Sprøgø Offshore Wind farm from A/S Storebælt.

The offshore wind farm, which has seven V90-3 MW Vestas mills in Sprogø in the middle of the Great Belt, produces electricity corresponding to 16,000 homes each year. The offshore wind farm began production at the end of 2009. It produces approximately 66 million KWh annually and is serviced by MHI Vestas.

European Energy A/S has given the following details about the new vessel

Length: 7,65 meter
Maximum speed: 30 knots
It has capacity for 7 wind service technicians.
The vessel is expected to be ready for operation in April 2019.

Source: European Energy / Maritime Danmark


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