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20 May 2015 Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm reaches contract obligation milestone

Ducting being strung out along the Dudgeon onshore cable corridor

The one year contract requirements have been reached for Dudgeon – a milestone demonstrating that the project qualifies for its investment contract.

20 April 2015 Norfolk O&M employment opportunities announced at Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm

The first seven employment opportunities for managers and engineers to be based from the Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm O&M [Operations and Maintenance] base in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk have just been posted on the Statoil website

26 March 2015 Onshore construction for the Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm commences in Norfolk

Work has now commenced in Norfolk to install the underground cables and construct the substations that will enable electricity produced by the Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm to be distributed into the UK National Grid electricity network.

Dudgeon Offshore wind farm

Enough 'green' electricity to power more than 410,000 UK homes each year.

The two Norwegian companies, Statoil and Statkraft, acquired the Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm project in October 2012 through the acquisition of all the shares in Dudgeon Offshore Wind Limited, a subsidiary of the UK energy company Warwick Energy Limited. In August 2014 Abu Dhabi’s renewable energy company, Masdar, invested in the company through share acquisition, leaving the ownership percentages as Statoil 35%, Masdar 35% and Statkraft 30%.

 

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