Waves Group is proud to announce its involvement in the construction of the world’s largest offshore wind farm Dogger Bank.  The wind farm is being developed in three phases known as Dogger Bank A, B and C.

We are currently providing Marine Warranty Surveyor services for Dogger Bank A, which involves the installation of foundations, infield cables, WTG, export cables and one offshore substation and the foundation for Dogger Bank B.  Associated operations include loadouts, installations and pulling in cables to both foundations and substations. The contract commenced in August 2020 and will continue through to the WTG installation phase in 2023.

Date Posted: 14th October

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Located 130km off the east coast of England, each phase  will have an installed generation capacity of up to 1.2GW providing a combined installed capacity of up to 3.6GW and, when completed, it will be able to provide renewable electricity to over 4.5 million UK homes – around 5% of the UK’s electricity demand.

The project is a 50/50 joint venture between SSE and Equinor.

We are pleased to be involved in this project as it further reinforces our position as a leading offshore marine consultancy within the offshore wind sector.  Waves Group has over 10 years’ experience working within the renewable energy sector and have supplied MWS services on a number of large-scale offshore wind farm projects across the UK, Europe and Asia such as, Triton Knoll, Horns Rev 3, Galloper, Beatrice, Seamade, Formosa 1 Phase 2, among others.

Our team of naval architects, master mariners, marine, civil, and structural engineers have the technical expertise which enables us to offer a one-stop shop service to our clients from early consultation to construction.  We combine our operational and practical experience to deliver costs savings, minimise risk and offer innovative solutions.

For further information about our marine warranty and consultancy services please email [email protected], or contact us on our 24 hours emergency response number +44 (0) 20 7083 7266.


Image reference: generic image of another windfarm from Shutterstock.