New Project: Engineering Support - Moray West Offshore Wind Farm
Quoceant have been contracted by Ocean Winds to provide engineering support to the design of the Moray West offshore wind project to be built of the coast off Scotland, in the Moray Firth. The team at Quoceant are working with Ocean Winds on the design of temporary steel work structures for installation of the wind turbines and to provide general, third-party engineering support and analysis to the substructures for the 14.7MW wind turbines. Ocean Winds was created as a 50-50 joint venture in 2020 by EDP Renewables and ENGIE.
The work comes on the back of Quoceant's previous support to Moray East Offshore Wind Farm which commenced its first power export in June 2021. Moray West is aiming for first power export in 2024 and will be 882MW in capacity.
"Quoceant have provided engineering services to support Ocean Winds across both our Moray East and West projects. I've found the team to be highly knowledgeable in structural analysis and design. Responsive, professional and open - they have been straightforward to work with."
- Teit Schoenberg, Ocean Winds