Substation works for Scotland’s Seagreen offshore wind farm project near the Firth of Forth in Scotland are set to be provided by Linxon, turnkey electric solutions provider.

Working together with Linxon is oilfield services provider Petrofac, to develop the turnkey onshore substation and supply and install ventilation, heating and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment, for the wind farms offshore substation.

The Seagreen 1 project only recently reached a final investment decision and is a joint venture between SSE Renewables and Total.

The project is estimated to be Scotlands largest offshore project and will be fitted with 114 Vestas’ turbines, which could power one million homes with clean energy annually.

Construction work is due to begin in the coming weeks.

Seagreen wind farm substation works started

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