Seaproof Solutions’ Cable Protection for Hornsea Project One OWF

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Seaproof Solutions has secured a contract to supply cable protection systems (CPS) for DONG Energy’s 1.2 GW Hornsea Project One offshore wind farm in UK.

The contract, awarded by DONG Energy Wind Power, covers the design and supply of 248 cable protection systems for the inner array grid submarine cables.

The Hornsea Project One offshore wind farm is located 120 km off the Yorkshire Coast in UK.

​Once completed, the project will become the world’s first gigawatt scale wind farm. It is scheduled to start operation by 2020, and will have the capacity to supply over 1 million UK homes with electricity.

Henrik Bang-Andreasen, founder and CEO at Seaproof Solutions said: “We are honored that DONG Energy Wind Power has chosen Seaproof Solutions Cable Protection Systems for the Hornsea Project One offshore wind farm.

“Supporting DONG Energy Wind Power in this project is an important step for Seaproof Solutions in reaching cost effective, reliable and innovative solutions for offshore wind. Furthermore, the award is living proof that Seaproof Solutions is providing the market with highly competitive and attractive products.”

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