22/08570 - Site Ice Conditions Assessment, the Energy Island, Baltic Sea

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Following the Climate Agreement for Energy and Industry in June of 2020, the Danish Parliament initiated the establishment of an offshore wind energy island in the North Sea. This offshore wind energy island consists of an artificial island, which is to be constructed on a shallow bank approximately 90-100 kilometers off the west coast of Jutland and is surrounded by offshore wind turbine generators. This will, by 2033, initially have the capacity to cater a 3 GW grid connection, which will later be scaled up 10 GW. In November 2020 Energinet was instructed by the Danish Energy Agency to initiate site investigations and supplementary studies and analyses in preparation for the artificial island and offshore wind farms. The Ice assessment is expected to begin in Q1 of 2023. The full suite of tender documents, including tender conditions, scope of services and contract draft will be issued to the prequalified applicants upon prequalification.

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Supplies Services (Udbud.DK) 22/11/2022 15:00
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Site Ice Conditions Assessment, the Energy Island, Baltic Sea
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