Dong bids for Danish offshore wind farm deal, as Vestas secures flurry of latest world offers
Denmark’s place as probably the most international’s main wind power markets used to be underlined this week, when software Dong Energy introduced plans for a 400MW offshore wind farm and turbine producer Vestas showed that it has secured a flurry of latest orders up to now few days.
State-owned power company Dong showed the day prior to this that it has bid for the rights to construct the proposed 400MW offshore wind farm off the Danish island of Anholt at an estimated value of 10bn Danish Crowns ($1.8bn).
According to Bloomberg reviews, Dong is within the field seat to protected the deal after it used to be the one wind park developer to satisfy a Danish govt time limit to bid for the challenge. A last determination is now anticipated from the Danish Energy Agency on 19 April.
The corporate mentioned that if its bid is a success it expects to start supplying energy from the ability via 2012, with all of the challenge scheduled for crowning glory in 2013. Overall the wind farm will supply energy to round 400,000 properties.
Dong is speedy setting up itself as an international chief within the construction of large-scale wind farms. It already operates the biggest offshore facility within the type of the 209MW Horns Rev 2 website online within the North Sea, and is a part of the consortium to construct the 630MW London Array within the Thames Estuary.