Foundation installation in Windpark Hohe See completed
The last of the 7 foundations was rammed last week
After a forced break, the foundation installation in Windpark Hohe See was successfully completed. On 23 August 2018, on board the Pacific Osprey, an accident had occurred during maintenance work on the crane. Therefore, an alternative installation ship was provided to complete the installation of the foundations. In November, the Monopiles and Transition Pieces, which had already been loaded on the “Pacific Osprey”, were reloaded from the port of Eemshaven, the Netherlands, by the “Gulliver” heavy duty floating crane. The foundation installation was resumed in the first quarter of 2019.
Electricity for around 710,000 households
EnBW is building the Hohe See wind farm and the Albatros wind farm as a 610-megawatt project. The construction site is located very far out in the North Sea, about 100 kilometers northwest of Helgoland island. On an area of around 53 square kilometers, the wind farms will generate electricity for around 710,000 households from 2019 onwards.
176 Big Bubble Barrier deployed and salvaged
Wind farm Hohe See used the double Big Bubble Barrier 88 times. During the ramming phase, enormous underwater noise is created, which is held back by up to 95% by the Big Bubble Barrier.
Windpark Hohe See
Image source: EnBW (Parkansicht Windpark Hohe-See-Albatros), WhatsApp Image (Accident)