Navantia has delivered to Iberdrola the first jackets for Wikinger offshore wind farm located in the Baltic Sea, approximately 75 km from the German mainland.
The jacket foundations have been built in Navantia’s Fene shipyard by the Navantia-Windar consortium.
The contract between the companies involved the construction and delivery of 29 structures type jackets and 116 piles from Navantia’s Fene facilities and Windar facilities in Aviles.
According to Navantia, the project resulted in the creation of around 2,000 jobs, direct and indirect.
Navantia’s president, Jose Manuel Revuelta, said: “This contract positions Navantia as a reference builder for wind farms offshore structures, a growing sector in Europe, mainly in the UK and Germany. It also allows Navantia diversify its range of activity and provide a complementary workload to the naval sector.”