Seatrium Partners with TenneT and GE Vernova for Third Offshore Wind Project in Netherlands

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Seatrium Limited (Seatrium) is pleased to announce that it has received notification from TenneT TSO B.V. (TenneT) that it plans to commence work on the third 2-gigawatt (GW) High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) electrical transmission system on June 1, 2024.

This is in line with an earlier announcement made on March 30, 2023, in relation to the Seatrium’s success in securing a five-year Framework Cooperation Agreement, together with its consortium partner GE Vernova, and with TenneT, to supply three HVDC electrical transmission systems for offshore wind farm projects in the Netherlands, each valued at approximately EUR two billion, with a total combined capacity of 6 GW as part of TenneT’s offshore grid acceleration program.

Seatrium’s scope of work will include the engineering, procurement, construction, transportation, installation, and commissioning of the 2 GW HVDC Offshore Converter Platform for TenneT, which is the biggest and most powerful of its kind in the industry.

The offshore converter platform will contribute to TenneT’s sustainability ambition of installing 40 GW of offshore wind energy in the German and Dutch North Seas, and will serve the NWBE (formerly named as Nederwiek 2) offshore wind farm, located approximately 95 kilometers off the coast of Netherlands.

Like the first two HVDC projects awarded to Seatrium last March, Seatrium will be working with its consortium partner, GE Vernova’s Grid Solutions. The contract award of NWBE is expected to be on June 1, 2024, after the completion of certain deliverables by both Seatrium and GE Vernova in the coming months.

Mr. Samuel Wong, Executive Vice President, Fixed Platforms, said, “We are proud to partner with TenneT and GE to deliver this transformative offshore wind solution. This project underscores our commitment to helping our customers achieve their renewable energy goals by providing innovative and cost-effective solutions that help accelerate the energy transition. With this latest project, Seatrium is currently working on five HDVC offshore Converter Platforms, creating a franchise for series-built opportunities in HVDCs to achieve greater synergies from project repeatability.”

Amongst renewable energy sources, offshore wind continues to play a significant role in meeting global climate goals. It is estimated that Europe will require a massive increase in wind installed capacity with an expected growth from 204 GW in 2022 to more than 500 GW in 2030 alone. Over the years, Seatrium has established a proven track record of delivering complex, high-profile offshore renewables projects for leading international grid operators and energy players.

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