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Survey works continue at Triton Knoll

Lincolnshire-based company Allen Archaeology is currently carrying out a series of rapid walkover surveys at selected locations along the route of the Triton Knoll Onshore cable corridor to record any archaeological earthwork features, principally related to any ridge and furrow surviving in areas of pasture.  The survey consists of small teams of two or three […]

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Delight at Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm Contract for Difference success

Auction demonstrates cost of offshore wind is continuing to fall Project expects to deliver at least 50% UK content over its lifetime Project partner innogy puts Triton Knoll at heart of its growth plans and calls for more details on future auctions to help secure  ongoing cost reductions.   Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm was […]

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Triton Knoll helps build insight into Lincolnshire cultural history

Local archaeologists to investigate 60km of historic landscape for project Key finds would be recorded for the public archive and available to the community for future generations. LINCOLN firm Allen Archaeology(1) will begin digging around 300 archaeological trial trenches(1)  next month (August), building a unique and detailed picture of the historic landscape of the local […]

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Walkover surveys commence at Triton Knoll

Triton Knoll is continuing to progress low impact survey works along the length of its proposed cable route, which runs from the landfall at Anderby Creek, through to Bicker Fen where the power generated by the offshore wind farm will ultimately connect into the national grid network. Due to start on 24 October, up to […]

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Triton Knoll goes beach side with first coastal surveys

Triton Knoll is set to start survey works on the dunes and beach at Mogg’s Eye, Anderby, Lincolnshire, as the project moves into the design phase after consent was granted for its Electrical System in September. The project expects up to three days of survey works to begin on Wednesday 3 November, using technology that […]

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Triton Knoll urges ‘LEP Business Live’ delegates to get involved

Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm is delivering a clear message to local suppliers to sign-up online and get ahead of the game for potential opportunities with the £multi-billion east coast renewables project.

The project exhibited at the region’s leading business event LEP Business Live, on Friday 21 October, and meet with local companies interested in potential supply chain opportunities to explain how to get more involved.

A Triton Knoll spokesperson said: “Triton Knoll represents a potentially significant local supply chain investment. Our aim is to ensure that local businesses have great visibility of opportunities with the project, and the chance to compete for contracts with both us and our main contractors Read more about Triton Knoll urges ‘LEP Business Live’ delegates to get involved

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Consent granted for Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm Electrical System

  • Triton Knoll can progress to CfD auction as a fully consented project
  • Wind Farm is great opportunity for Humber area, potentially worth £224million and 800 jobs in construction alone
  • Project remains confident of being one of the most cost-competitive projects.

Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm was today delighted with the decision by Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Greg Clark, to grant a Development Consent Order for its electrical system.

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Triton Knoll offshore goes online

  • Offshore wind project supports local business
  • Spalding company will provide online services
  • Potential for further local opportunities anticipated in months ahead.

Triton Knoll wind farm is taking offshore online thanks to a new contract with Spalding-based web developers Drive By Websites.

The local outfit has been working closely with the Triton Knoll team to provide a full suite of web services to design, build and host a brand new website for the project, which is due to go live in the coming weeks.

Project Director James Cotter said he was delighted to have the local firm join the project: “We are pleased to be able to welcome local web provider Drive By Websites on board, and are looking forward to working closely with Jack McLean and his team as Triton Knoll progresses.
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Triton Knoll project director highlights key role of supply chain

Triton Knoll project director James Cotter outlined the importance of integrating the local offshore supply chain, when he addressed delegates at the wind farm industry showcase Offshore Wind Connections 2016 (OWC2016), organised by Team Humber Marine Alliance, recently. Mr Cotter, a key speaker at the Spa Bridlington event on May 12, explained how Triton Knoll […]