The Borssele III and IV windfarm are being built 22km off the coast of the Province of Zeeland and will be one of the largest offshore Dutch windfarms. The start of the monopiles installation is a milestone in the construction of the project and the subsequent cable laying and installation of 77 V164 9.5MW of wind turbines supplied by MHI Vestas.
Van Oord is performing the Balance of Plant activities, consisting of the engineering, supply and construction of the foundations and connecting cables.
The Borssele Beta offshore transformer station will be designed and built by TenneT and is scheduled to be operational by the beginning of 2021.
The construction of the Borssele III and IV windfarm will make an important contribution to the Dutch climate objectives. The Borssele III and IV offshore windfarm will have a total installed capacity of 731.5MW, providing sufficient power for approximately 825,000 Dutch households. The windfarm is part of the offshore wind roadmap drawn up by the Dutch government. The roadmap details the areas designated in the North Sea where offshore wind farms can be built.