Dan Tysk Offshore Wind Farm Germany
The project is the one of the first large marine wind farms built in the German North Sea.
DanTysk is a 288 megawatt offshore wind farm in the North Sea 70 kilometres west of the island Sylt, and right next the border with Denmark. The entire wind farm covers an area of 70 square kilometres and comprises of 80 wind turbines of 3.6 MW. The wind farm is co-owned by Vattenfall and Stadtwerke München.
With a total output of 288 megawatts, the windfarm has the capacity to power up to 400,000 households with climate-friendly electricity. The rotor diameter is 120 meters and the tip height reaches 148 meters. The foundations are monopiles, which were installed in water depths of 21 to 32 meters.
The Site was commissioned in December 2014.
JDR Cables designed and manufactured two cables with a total length of 7.5km with a full suite of accessories in a tight time frame of 10 weeks from their state-of-the-art facility in Hartlepool, UK.
JDR have been awarded a further Contract for an additional 8 Cables
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