Bladt and Semco win contract for Belgian offshore wind farm

The two Danish offshore companies will supply a transformer station to the coming Bligh Bank II offshore wind farm.

Photo: Bladt Industries/Semco Maritime presse

Bladt Industries and Semco Maritime can celebrate the weekend with good news, as the companies have secured a contract to build the transformer station for the 165 mega-watt offshore wind farm that will be established Bligh Bank II in the North Sea - 45 kilometers off the coast of Zeebrugge, Belgium, according to a press releas.

The companies also inform that the contract - awarded by developer Nobelwind - includes a total delivery covering everything from engineering to complete installment of the transformer station.

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