Cable Laying Begins at Kentish Flats Extension

The work on the installation of foundations on Kentish Flats Extension project has been completed, and the cable laying has begun.

The cables load out started on May 01 in Germany, and ‘Nostag 10’ vessel has already started the installation of the array cables at the site.

The second vessel ‘Bodo Installer’ will install the export cables for the on Kentish Flats Extension.

The Kentish Flats Extension will have a maximum capacity of 49.5MW and will comprise of 15 turbines.

The extension itself will be capable of generating up to 173,000 megawatt hours (MWh) of clean electricity every year, which is equivalent to the total annual electricity needs of up to 35,000 UK households.

Subsea World News Staff

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