Contract notice: Dolwin6: system for the transmission of electric energy (with a transmission capacity of about 900 mw) between offshore wind farms in the german north sea (cluster 3) and a grid connection point on land.
What does GNS stand for?
GNS stands for German North Sea (geography)
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The delivery was shipped from Brazil to the German North Sea port of Bremerhaven on its way to Berlin.
The first German contract secured by JDR was to supply cables for the flagship Meerwind project - a pioneering 80-turbine windfarm in the German North Sea.
TenneT and MC will develop the two offshore grid connections in the German North Sea for a total capacity of 1,600 megawatts.
The re-insurer has insured Repower Systems SE turbines at a farm being built in the German North Sea and will pay to repair or replace faulty machines.
SeeNews) - Nov 14, 2012 - German testing and certification company TUeV SUeD AG yesterday said it had won a contract by Siemens (ETR:SIE) to test 30 offshore wind turbines for the 108-MW Borkum Riffgat wind project in the German North Sea.
Europeans are usually more concerned with quality hotel accommodations, good food and one-of-a-kind shopping," says Chrismar Kuhn, a Basel-based luxury travel agent and fan of Sylt, a German North Sea island.
e He said higher ecological standards _ like the strict rules applying for drilling on the sensitive German North Sea coastline _ should be enforced in a global coordinated effort.