The SeaRoc Group, experts in offshore renewable energy since 2002, and providers of SeaPlanner, are one of few companies currently operating on the world s furthest offshore wind farm developments, having completed successful maintenance works in September at the Dogger Bank met masts for Forewind
The project, by Forewind
, a consortium of four leading international energy companies was divided into two separate applications, Dogger Bank Teesside A & B and Dogger Bank Teesside C & D.
The development by the Forewind
consortium of SSE, RWE, Statkraft and Statoil would have an onshore element in Redcar and Cleveland, near Middlesbrough.
Statoil and Statkraft, together with RWE and SSE, are also partners in the Forewind
Even Wales' legal services sector has already benefited from Round 3 business, with Cardiff lawyer Michelle Thomas, a partner at Eversheds, leading the team that advised RWE Npower Renewables on the Bristol Channel tender, as well as the Forewind
Consortium developing the 9GW Dogger Bank zone in the North Sea and Eneco on the West Isle of Wight site.
The UK renewable energy firm has completed successful maintenance works of the met masts at Dogger Bank for Forewind
The scheme, which is being developed by consortium Forewind
, forms part of a 2.
The Government last week gave " planning permission for the Dogger Bank Creyke Beck project to be developed by the Forewind
consortium, comprising SSE, RWE, Statoil and Statkraft.
SeaRoc Group has finished maintenance work on the two met masts at Forewind
s Dogger Bank offshore wind zone before the schedule.
Teesside already produces around half of the UK's hydrogen, and the opportunity exists to produce green hydrogen from household waste, use hydrogen for transport fuel, and to store surplus energy from large offshore wind farms, for example the Forewind
Dogger Bank project which will deliver the electricity generated to Redcar.
was awarded the rights to develop Dogger Bank off the North East coast in January 2010 and has since undertaken a huge range of geotechnical, geophysical and fish ecology surveys to understand and characterise the seabed and marine conditions of the zone.
The project is being developed by Forewind
- a consortium comprising SSE, RWE, Statkraft and Statoil.