Sif to Supply Monopiles for Albatros OWF

Illustration purpose only, Photo: EnBW/Matthias Ibeler

Sif Holding has been awarded the production of all monopiles and, in joint venture with Smulders, all the transition pieces for the EnBW Albatros offshore wind park.

GeoSea, a DEME Group’s subsidiary, awarded the contract. GeoSea as subcontractor of Siemens is responsible for the engineering, procurement, construction and installation of the foundations for the EnBW Albatros offshore wind farm.

Under the contract, Sif will produce the monopiles.

Furthermore, Sif, in joint venture with Smulders, will produce the transition pieces whereby Sif will produce the primary steel and Smulders will be responsible for the secondary steel and outfitting of the transition pieces.

The Albatros offshore wind farm is located in the immediate vicinity of the EnBW wind farms Hohe See and He Dreiht, approximately 90 km north of the island of Borkum in the German North Sea.

The project will cover an area of around 11 square kilometers with water depths of up to 40 meters and will feature 16 turbines of type Siemens SWT-7.0-154 with a total installed capacity of 112 megawatts.

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