AqualisBraemar LOC (ABL), the marine and energy consultants, is pleased to announce that it has recently been awarded a contract by Baltic Eagle GmbH, a project company of Spanish multinational Iberdrola group, to provide Marine Warranty Survey (“MWS”) services for the Baltic Eagle Offshore Wind Farm (“OWF”) project.
As part of the MWS services, ABL’s scope of work will include providing expert technical review and approval of documents, operations and vessels relating to both transportation and installation of Wind Turbine Generators (WTG), Foundations (FOU), Inter Array Cables (IAC) and Offshore Substation (OSS) packages.
The Baltic Eagle will be a major offshore wind farm in Germany, located 30 km from the shore of the island of Rügen. Consisting of 50 turbines, the OWF will have a combined capacity of 476 MW, sufficient to power 475,000 homes.
ABL along with its group company OWC (The Offshore Wind Consultants), is actively involved in the German offshore wind market, with a project track-record of over 20 offshore wind farms and a combined capacity of over 9GW to date.
The work will be managed by ABL’s German operations, based in Hamburg.
“To have such a significant appointment on a major offshore wind project just 2 years after the operning of ABL Germany is an important milestone for us. ABL Group has a strong history of supporting offshore wind farm construction providing engineering, advisory and MWS services across different stages of the project life cycle. We are happy to have the full trust of our client Iberdrola and we are looking forward to supporting the project with a world class services.”Emek Ersin Takmaz, General Manager at ABL Germany
“Iberdrola is one of the leading developers contributing to the energy transition by investing in offshore wind projects around the globe – in Germany, our Baltic Hub will have an installed capacity of 826 MW by the end of 2024. Tapping into the expertise of AqualisBraemar LOC (ABL) makes us confident that Baltic Eagle offshore windfarm will be delivered as planned.”Iris Stempfle, Country Manager for Iberdrola in Germany