Dutch company wins monopile contract on Shell's offshore wind farm

Contracts for the construction of monopile foundations for Dutch wind farms Borssele III and IV have been awarded to a fellow Dutch company. Shell and the consortium behind the farms have nominated SIF as supplier.

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The heavy foundations for the Borssele III and IV offshore wind farms will not have to travel far before being installed in the Dutch North Sea.

Monopiles for the two farms will be delivered by Dutch monopile manufacturer SIF Group, announces the consortium behind Borssele III and IV, Blauwind II, which consists of Shell, Eneco, Van Oord and Mitsubishi subsidiary Diamond Generating Europe.

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