Cadeler receives offshore wind order in the Netherlands

Cadeler will assist its Dutch partner Van Oord in installing wind turbines for yet another wind farm in the Netherlands consisting of 69 turbines.

Cadeler's offshore vessel Wind Osprey. | Photo: cadeler

Wind carrier Cadeler has been selected as supplier for main contractor Van Oord to install 69 offshore wind turbines in the Netherlands.

The offshore wind farm called Hollandse Kust Noord will have a total capacity of 759MW, with each wind turbine capable of generating 11MW. The wind farm is expected to be completed in 2023.

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