Ørsted awards contract for Borssele

As a part of Dutch business expansion into the UK, the Danish energy company is awarding a contract to a German subsupplier.

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Ørsted has hired German turbine foundation producer EEW via its British subsidiary EEW OSB to build 35 transitional pieces (TPs) for the Dutch offshore wind farm Borssele 1+2. This is the first time EEW OSB will supply material outside the UK, reports the UK government.

As in many other markets, locally produced material is a discussed topic the UK. The world's still largest market for offshore wind energy has historically had relatively unclear regulation as to how much content is required to be produced domestically.

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