United Kingdom

United Kingdom

Humber Gateway install two-thirds complete

UK: Turbine installation at E.on's 219MW Humber Gateway project has reached the two-thirds stage, with 47 out of 73 turbines in place, according to WPOIntelligence.

The Humber Gateway substation was installed in October
The Humber Gateway substation was installed in October

E.on is using MHI-Vestas' V112-3MW turbines at the project, located just eight kilometers off England's northeast coast. The installation process has suffered minor delays due to challenging weather conditions.

Services provider 3Sun was handed a contract by MHI Vestas to support electrical and mechanical completion of the Humber Gateway turbines. The firm will provide technicians to help complete the installation of the V112-3MW turbines.

Commissioning of the project's substation is also continuing after it was installed at the end of October. The substation was designed and built by CG, part of the India-based Avantha Group.

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