Vattenfall nominates service port

The utility is the geographically-obvious choice for operations and maintenance of Dutch offshore wind farm Hollandse Kust 1&2.

Photo: Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland

Operations and maintenance of offshore wind farm Hollandse Kust Zuid 1&2 will be based in the port of IJmuiden, which will house a service center consisting of an office, stores and a workshop. The facility is expected to employ approximately 40 people when the farm begins operations from 2023, announces project developer Vattenfall.

"It's still early days yet, and it will take several years before the wind farm is ready to start supplying electricity. Even so, this is a very important development. With a wind farm as large as this in particular, we need to have a good place where we can do our work to ensure that the wind farm will perform at an optimum level," says Gijs Nijsten, Development Manager for the wind farm in the press release.

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