Developers behind the coming British offshore wind farm Moray East have named another preferred supplier. Siemens have been chosen to deliver and install the 950-MW farm's three offshore substation platform topsides and the onshore works, announces the developer. Siemens will also supply an approximately 30-kilometer export cable.
"Siemens selection for the electrical infrastructure is a major announcement for the project and we are delighted to bring the experience of a major global player to this project which will deliver electricity at less than half the cost of projects being installed today," says Project Director of Moray East, Oscar Diaz.
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