SeaRenergy Offshore Holding GmbH is to announce successful award of the Marine Coordination Service contract for the He Dreiht Offshore Wind Farm, a significant project by EnBW in the German North Sea. This milestone marks another major step in SeaRenergy’s commitment to facilitating sustainable offshore energy solutions and the advancement of clean, renewable resources.
After participating in the competitive European Tender bidding process, followed by a thorough and in-depth bid evaluation, SeaRenergy was chosen to provide the Marine Coordination Service for EnBW’s He Dreiht project during the construction phase of the wind farm.
The services have been kicked off on 1st of December 2023 to ensure a smooth operational commencement in the first quarter of 2024.
SeaRenergy’s comprehensive Marine Coordination Service encompasses ship registration, personnel registration and check-in, inspection, and construction site monitoring based on an innovative Vessel Traffic Management and Maritime Surveillance Systems provided by experienced long-term partner Vissim AS. SeaRenergy’s dedicated team of Marine Coordinators will be based in Hamburg and stationed at the EnBW office, with full access to back-office expertise and knowledge consisting of QHSE and Project Management.
The preparatory phase will include preliminary works such as document preparation and updates, hardware and software setup, and personnel training. The Marine Coordination Service is scheduled to commence in April 2024 and is to continue through December 2025. During this period, SeaRenergy’s primary responsibilities will involve monitoring and coordinating ship movements and facilitating communication with vessels at the offshore construction site.
The He Dreiht Offshore Wind Farm, set to become operational by the end of 2025, is a remarkable project by EnBW. Comprising 64 wind turbines with a combined installed capacity of 960 MW, it is located approximately 90 kilometers northwest of Borkum and 110 kilometers west of Helgoland. This wind farm features 64 Vestas V236-15 turbines mounted on monopile foundations and has the capacity to generate an impressive 3.6 billion kWh of electricity annually.
The new project will be an addition to SeaRenergy’s running marine coordination project St Brieuc executed for AMS in France.
SeaRenergy Offshore Holding GmbH is honored to contribute to this groundbreaking project and looks forward to a successful partnership with EnBW as both partners work on expanding the production of energy from renewable sources.