Nordsee-Ost (NSO) Offshore Wind Farm
Locations: Hamburg and onsite in Bremerhaven, Germany
Nordsee-Ost (NSO) Offshore Wind Farm Project Overview
Nordsee-Ost Offshore Wind Farm is a 295 MW renewable power project built approximately 19 miles north-east of Helgoland, a German archipelago found in the North Sea. Construction on the project began in summer 2012 and the wind farm was officially inaugurated in May 2015.
With 48 turbines, the wind farm will generate about 1.1TW-hours of climate-friendly electricity per annum, which is enough to power 320,000 households. It is estimated to offset approximately 850,000t of carbon dioxide emissions a year compared with a modern gas-fired power plant.
Brunel project team
Brunel has been providing key team of specialists (10-15) for the duration of the planning, engineering, transport & installation and commissioning of the NSO Offshore Wind Farm (Foundations, WTG, AC Platform) with a focus on management and document control.