First turbine is installed at Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm

Triton Knoll today confirmed that the first of its 90 offshore wind turbines has been safely and successfully installed, marking an important step towards first generation this Spring. The v164-9.5 MW turbines are manufactured by Vestas, which has placed its Isle of Wight and Fawley blade facilities at the heart of component production. All blades, … Read more First turbine is installed at Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm

December 2020 Community Newsletter now available online

December 2020

Our latest Community Newsletter is out now, packed with all the latest news and progress on our construction works which have safely continued throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. The bumper December 2020 edition of the newsletter also includes an update on the final round of awards from the Triton Knoll Construction Community Fund and an introduction … Read more December 2020 Community Newsletter now available online

Ancient artefacts from Triton Knoll go on public display

  Download the Event Poster Archaeological surveys reveal bronze age and Roman finds Finds give unique view of the Lincolnshire landscape Educational hands-on sessions aimed at younger visitors. Ancient artefacts spanning thousands of years are to be unveiled to the public in Lincolnshire, revealing a unique insight into the history of the local landscape. Discoveries … Read more Ancient artefacts from Triton Knoll go on public display

Triton Knoll officially starts onshore construction

First turf cut at site of onshore cable route sees works start in Lincolnshire Work at new electrical substation will commence in early 2019 Record number of directional drills planned to avoid obstructing roads, drains and rivers. Triton Knoll onshore construction officially started in Lincolnshire today as the project commenced work on the electrical system … Read more Triton Knoll officially starts onshore construction

Survey works continue at Triton Knoll

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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 … Read more Survey works continue at Triton Knoll

Delight at Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm Contract for Difference success

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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 … Read more Delight at Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm Contract for Difference success

Triton Knoll helps build insight into Lincolnshire cultural history

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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 … Read more Triton Knoll helps build insight into Lincolnshire cultural history

Triton Knoll goes beach side with first coastal surveys

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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 … Read more Triton Knoll goes beach side with first coastal surveys

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

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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

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