Offshore Cabling Works to Start at Taiwan Power’s Changhua Phase 1

OFFSHOREWIND | Installation of export and inter-array subsea cables at Taiwan Power Company’s Changhua Phase 1 offshore wind farm are set to start on 15 June.


The work will be carried out by Jan De Nul’s cable-laying vessels (CLVs) Isaac Newton and Willem de Vlamingh, with the support of Volstad Maritime’s OSV Grand Canyon II.


JDR Cable Systems delivered the subsea cables and accessories to Jan De Nul earlier this year. The cable supplier designed and manufactured 65 kilometres of inter-array and export cable, which were loaded onto the Isaac Newton for transport to Taiwan.


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