MHI Vestas achieves final turbine installation at Horns Reef 3
MHI Vestas Offshore Wind has installed the final V164-8.3 MW turbine at Horns Reef 3 offshore wind park, now featuring the most powerful turbines operating in Denmark, the Company said in a press release.
MHI Vestas celebrates the successful installation of the 49th and final turbine for the 406 MW Horns Reef 3 offshore wind project in Denmark. The project, the 4th for MHI Vestas in the country, marks a special milestone as it is the first to feature the V164 platform, advancing the company’s experience in Danish waters.
MHI Vestas Chief Operations Officer, Flemming Ougaard, said, “As a company based in Denmark and with a strong industrial footprint here, we’re extremely proud to have installed the V164-8.3 MW turbine in Danish waters at Horns Reef 3. The successful installation of all 49 turbines is a testament to our focus on safety and the strong relationships we have with our construction partners.”
The safe installation of all 8.3 MW turbines was the result of strong collaboration with partners A2Sea and Fred. Olsen Windcarrier. When Horns Reef 3 is fully commissioned, the offshore wind park, located 20km off the Danish coast, will produce enough clean energy to power 425,000 Danish households.
About MHI Vestas Offshore Wind
MHI Vestas Offshore Wind is a joint venture between Vestas Wind Systems A/S 50% and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) 50%. The company’s focus is to design, manufacture, install and service wind turbines for the offshore wind industry. The company aims to create sustainable value through offshore wind power by driving capital and operating savings and increasing the power output of wind turbines. An innovative force in offshore wind since its inception in 2014, the company is guided by its founding principles of collaboration, trust, technology and commitment.