Completion of first monopile for Baltic Eagle Project

Monday, 14 March, 2022 - 14:00
The first monopile for the Baltic Eagle offshore wind project is finished (pict. EEW SPC)
The first monopile for the Baltic Eagle offshore wind project is finished (pict. EEW SPC)

On 18 February 2022, the first monopile for the Baltic Eagle offshore wind farm was completed. The pile weighs 1,363 tonnes with a diameter of 9 metres. Baltic Eagle is already the second wind farm project of the Spanish energy company Iberdrola in the German Baltic Sea.

All 50 monopiles will be manufactured by August 2022 and then coated by November 2022. As the wind farm in the Baltic Sea is virtually on EEW SPC's doorstep, the foundations will be float transported to the installation site from spring 2023.

For over 85 years the EEW Group has been known as a worldwide specialist for the production of steel pipe constructions and corresponding pipe components. The EEW Special Pipe Constructions GmbH, based in the Rostock Port, is a worldwide market leader subsidiary of the EEW Group and guarantees the successful manufacture of foundation structures for the offshore wind sector as well as piles for the offshore oil and gas industry. With innovative energy and the dedication of over 500 employees, EEW SPC creates innovative solutions for the sustainable energy sector.

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EEW Holding GmbH & Co. KG

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