First onshore electrical cables for Triton Knoll

The first major electrical components for the Triton Knoll onshore electrical system have ‘rolled off’ the production line and heading for the Port of Boston. The High Voltage Alternating Current (HVAC) cables will make up the onshore cable network, connecting power from the 857MW offshore wind farm to the new onshore substation at Bicker Fen, … Read moreFirst onshore electrical cables for Triton Knoll

Triton Knoll awards contract to UK’s James Fisher Marine Services as firm expands into Grimsby

James Fisher Marine Services (JFMS) will prepare the 145km2 offshore site for construction at innogy’s largest offshore project Award supports the recent Offshore Wind Sector Deal, promoting UK industrial growth Work due to start in Spring 2019. UK firm James Fisher Marine Services (JFMS) has been awarded a significant contract by innogy’s Triton Knoll Offshore … Read moreTriton Knoll awards contract to UK’s James Fisher Marine Services as firm expands into Grimsby

Diamond role for innogy and Triton Knoll at top industry conference

  Triton Knoll will be top priority as innogy takes up the lead sponsorship at this year’s Offshore Wind Connections 2019 conference, taking place in Hull on May 1 & 2. The conference is the highlight in the Team Humber Marine Alliance calendar, and was announced just days after the publication of an historic Sector … Read moreDiamond role for innogy and Triton Knoll at top industry conference

Anderby Community learn about Landfall works

Key works to connect Triton Knoll’s onshore and offshore electrical circuits are due to start at the end of this month at the project’s landfall location, north of Anderby Creek. The works will involve the use of a technique called Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD), and will install two 900 metre long ducting tunnels beneath the … Read moreAnderby Community learn about Landfall works

Talking technical with ICE Lincoln

Our Principle Engineer Andy Barwise and Geotechnical Engineer Nicholas Christian were recently invited to the AGM of the Lincoln Branch of the Institute of Civil Engineers to present an update on the delivery of what will be innogy’s largest operational offshore project. At 857MW, with almost 60km of onshore electrical infrastructure and over 300 horizontal … Read moreTalking technical with ICE Lincoln