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Early site preparation works get underway at Triton Knoll Electrical System

Triton Knoll begins onshore site preparation work as project gears up for summer construction start Works aim to help mitigate impacts on breeding birds. Pre-construction works are set to start around the onshore Triton Knoll Electrical System, as the innogy project gears up for the  start of construction this summer. A programme of pre-construction site […]

Supply Chain event 31 January 2018

Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm and its contractors Siemens Transmission & Distribution Ltd and  J Murphy & Sons, is working with Lincolnshire Growth Hub to help local businesses become more aware of supply chain opportunities associated with the delivery of the project’s onshore electrical systems. This first event, organised by Triton Knoll by the Lincolnshire Growth […]

Triton Knoll goes offshore with Fugro as it steps-up construction preparations

Site investigations will be largest offshore pre-construction works to date Fugro contracted to map seabed and sub-seafloor conditions to aid foundations design innogy’s Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm is set to begin its most extensive offshore programme of works to date with Fugro’s UK-based marine site characterisation group taking the helm. The team of technical […]

Latest onshore surveys underway at Triton Knoll

Onshore survey works are continuing on behalf of Triton Knoll, with Lincoln-based Allen Archaeology undertaking a series of further geoarchaeological investigations over the course of this week and next. The surveys will examine specific sites at locations along the onshore route of the Triton Knoll onshore cable corridor, looking for buried materials or deposits which […]

UK experts Atkins targets new monopile foundations design for Triton Knoll

UK engineering expertise at the heart of cutting edge foundations design Design work targets most efficient foundations design at innogy’s Triton Knoll BRITISH engineering and design expertise is helping deliver cost-reductions at innogy-owned Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm, as its key project subcontractor Atkins targets new designs which will be more efficient than anything else […]

MHI Vestas V164 turbine

innogy and Triton Knoll welcome new wind turbine blade finishing plant

Significant contribution to UK economy, creating many new jobs New facility to help deliver cost reductions across the sector Offshore wind is “on a high” with costs having fallen by around 50% since 2015.   innogy and Triton Knoll today welcomed the launch of MHI Vestas’s new UK-based blade finishing plant, as an important demonstration […]

Triton Knoll selects GeoSea for turbine transport and installation, completing a full house of preferred suppliers

GeoSea will install 90 of the market-leading MHI Vesta 9.5MW wind turbine generators (WTGs) Offshore WTG installation likely to start in early 2021 UK firms set to play a key role in Triton Knoll’s construction and operation. Triton Knoll today confirmed GeoSea as its preferred supplier for the transportation and installation of the ground-breaking MHI […]

Latest Community Newsletter is online now

In case you missed it, the latest Triton Knoll Community Newsletter, which has been circulated to over 8000 local homes, is also available to view online from our website. This latest edition informs about the Community Fund consultation exercise and invites you to take part. For online visitors to Triton Knoll, you can also take […]

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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 […]