Veja Mate is pleased to present this short video which provides insight on how it completed construction in just 23 months after Financial Close.
All of its 67 turbines are now feeding green, renewable electricity into the German grid from the North Sea.
With the installation and commissioning of the last of its 67 Siemens SWT-6.0-154 turbines over the weekend, Veja Mate completed construction in less than 14 months and just 23 months after Financial Close (FC).
Veja Mate Offshore Wind Farm is pleased to announce the installation of 34 of its 67 WTGs two and a half months ahead of the schedule agreed at Financial Close in July 2015.
Veja Mate Offshore Wind Farm is most pleased to announce the completion of its array cable installation and post-lay burial activities 10 weeks ahead of schedule.
Veja Mate Offshore Wind Farm has reached an important milestone. In just 18 months after financial close, the first Siemens 6MW wind turbine has started supplying the German electricity grid with green, renewable energy two months ahead of schedule.
In mid-November, transmission system operator TenneT connected the offshore wind farm (OWF) Veja Mate to BorWin2. TenneT’s offshore grid connection system BorWin2 has been in operation since January 2015.
Veja Mate Offshore Project is pleased to announce the completion of installation of all its foundations, as last TP was installed at 01:05 AM
Veja Mate Offshore Project is pleased to announce the installation of its Offshore Substation (OSS) delivered by FICG. Just last week the OSS topside left Hoboken Belgium and sailed-away to Eemshaven where it was picked up a few days later by Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC). It joined the OSS jacket which had left Vlissingen Netherlands to arrive at the Veja Mate Offshore Site after a three-day journey.
The construction phase began in April 2016 and Veja Mate contractor Offshore Wind Force (OWF) has managed to successfully install 24 monopiles...
Seabed preparation work has begun at Veja Mate, a 402MW offshore project located 95 km North West from the island of Borkum in the German North Sea.