E.ON beauftragt CWind für den Offshore-Service von 73 Turbinen und Umspannwerk

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CWind wins O&M contract at Humber Gateway offshore wind farm

(WK-intern) – Annual inspection and maintenance to be provided out of CWind’s Grimsby office

CWind, a leading provider of services to the offshore wind industry, has announced today that it has won a contract from E.ON to undertake the annual inspection and repair services as required at Humber Gateway offshore wind farm (OWF), covering latchways, mechanical services, as well as paint works.

The scope of work covers all 73 turbines and the offshore substation. Offshore work is scheduled to commence this June, with CWind utilising its office in Grimsby’s Fishdock.

Lee Andrews, Managing Director CWind commented: ”This is fantastic news. I am very proud of this contract award, which recognises our capabilities in O&M services and is a testament to our team’s ability to deliver outstanding services and provide solutions that match our clients’ specific requirements. We look forward to working with E.ON to successfully deliver a safe and well maintained asset, building on our successful history of delivery at Humber Gateway OWF, which we have supported through a range of services since 2013.”

About CWind

CWind is an Integrated Service Provider (ISP) that supports the wind industry by providing on-demand services as well as 360° solutions to ensure the success of our clients’ projects. We’re focused on helping you to achieve your key objectives, and constantly investing to ensure we have the right tools and plenty of talented people to carry out a wide range of tasks.

CWind has a proven track record of delivering cost-effective solutions. And we’ve got everything you’re likely to need: Fuel-efficient and modular vessels, proven project solutions, highly experienced turbine technicians and fully accredited training services. We can deliver it all as stand-alone or packaged services, wherever and whenever needed. cwind247.com

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