Havfram to Transport, Install Turbines for RWE’s Nordseecluster Projects


As anticipated in the previously announced April preferred supplier agreement, Havfram and RWE have signed a contract for the transportation and installation of turbines for RWE’s Nordseecluster projects. 

The projects combine four wind farm sites in the eastern German North Sea and are set to have a total capacity of 1.6 GW.

Havfram Wind is to transport and support installation of 104 Vestas offshore wind turbines, each with a capacity of 15 MW, to be installed over two construction phases using the company’s new build turbine installation vessels. 

“We are very pleased to successfully conclude the negotiations with RWE for the Nordseecluster projects,” says Even Larsen, CEO of Havfram Wind. “RWE is an experienced developer and the trust in Havfram Wind for projects of such scale is proof of our growing position in the market. We will provide the most modern fleet in the industry, operated by highly skilled teams with profound expertise.”

“We want to achieve substantial economies of scale and leverage synergies during the development, construction and operation of the four wind farms,” adds RWE’s Sven Schulemann. “The agreement with Havfram Wind, which encompasses all four projects, attests to the efficiency of concentrating activities such as procurement.”

All deliverables are subject to final investment decisions for each of the individual phases of Nordseecluster (A and B).

Turbine installation of the two wind farms in Phase A is expected to start in 2026, with offshore construction for Phase B scheduled to begin in 2028.

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