Tekmar Energy awarded milestone CPS contract in France to protect the country’s first offshore wind farm.
Tekmar Energy Limited, a Tekmar Group Company, is delighted to announce a contract award from French cable installation specialist Louis Dreyfus TravOcean (Subsidiary of Louis Dreyfus Armateurs Group), to supply TekLink® cable protection systems (CPS) for Parc du Banc de Guérande Offshore Wind Farm (Saint-Nazaire).
Saint-Nazaire is a 480MW offshore wind farm set for construction on France’s Atlantic Coast and owned by EDF Renewables and Enbridge. Saint-Nazaire will be the first commercial-scale project installed in French waters and marks a significant milestone for the French offshore wind industry.
Saint-Nazaire also marks Tekmar Energy’s first offshore wind project in France and the company’s first contract with La Ciotat based Louis Dreyfus TravOcean. Tekmar Energy will supply 160 patented TekLink® Mechanical Latch CPS to protect the 33kV inter-array cables manufactured by Louis Dreyfus TravOcean’s Consortium partner Prysmian Group, the world leader in the energy and telecom cable systems industry.
Russell Edmondson, Managing Director of Tekmar Energy said: “We are thrilled to secure our first contract in France and pleased that Louis Dreyfus TravOcean has selected Tekmar Energy’s industry-leading TekLink CPS for Saint-Nazaire, a project characterized by its rocky seabed that requires the most robust and dependable cable protection solution.”
ABOUT TEKMAR GROUP
Tekmar Energy Limited is part of Tekmar Group plc alongside, Ryder Geotechnical Limited, AgileTek Engineering Limited, Subsea Innovation Limited and Pipeshield Limited. Tekmar Group work together to provide leading technology and services to the global offshore energy markets.
ABOUT LOUIS DREYFUS TRAVOCEAN
Louis Dreyfus TravOcean, a marine Contractor specialized in cable installation and protection, is part of Louis Dreyfus Armateurs Group, a French family group providing tailor-made industrial maritime solutions and integrated services from ship design to maritime operations.← Back to news