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DEME installs SeaMade substations 

DEME has installed the two substations for the SeaMade offshore wind farm in the Belgian North Sea. 

The heavy lift vessel Gulliver, operated by DEME’s subsidiary Scaldis, completed the installation scope. Each substation weighed 1,200 tonnes. 

DEME’s offshore installation vessel Innovation installed all of the foundations, including those for the two substations, during January. 

The installation of 58 wind turbines will begin in spring. DEME will deploy its offshore installation vessel Apollo. According to DEME, this will be the first turbine installation project for Apollo.

www.deme-group.com

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