CT Offshore Completes Gode Wind Cabling

CT Offshore has finalised the installation of the last inter-array cable on DONG Energy’s Gode Wind 2+1 offshore wind farm in the German part of the North Sea.

“The cable installation was successfully completed through good team work with the entire project team, including our clients DONG Energy. Gode Wind is the largest project to date for CT Offshore and it is a great achievement that our project team and offshore crew have now completed the installation of the 97 inter-array cable. We can all be very satisfied,” says Jens Frederik Hansen, chairman at CT Offshore.

The newly purpose built subsea trencher ROV, the CTO 107-1100, buried all the cables successfully. The new trencher ROV has an operating depth of 100 metres but with an option of up to 1,500 metres.

The Gode Wind 2+1 offshore wind farm is Germany’s largest offshore wind farm to date with a capacity of 582MW. When fully commissioned, the offshore wind farm will provide green energy to approx. 600.000 German households.

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