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Northsea,
18
February
2015
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Around 9.30 this morning, the Offshore High Voltage Station (OHVS) of the new Dutch offshore wind farm Eneco Luchterduinen was installed at sea. With a capacity of 129 Megawatt, Luchterduinen will be the largest wind farm at the Dutch North Sea. The heavy lift vessel Rambiz of the Belgian company Scaldis was used to carry out this spectacular operation. With its 80-metre-high booms, this floating crane picked up the station in IJmuiden yesterday.

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