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Wijk aan Zee Staycation Pictures

Ran unexpectedly into this visible aspect of the Dutch renewable energy transition during a recent sea-side holiday: grid operator TenneT laying the cable that will connect future offshore wind farms near the coast of Wijk aan Zee and the Dutch national grid, see map below. The to be connected wind farms “Hollandse Kust Noord (HKN)” and “Hollandse Kust West-Alpha” are planned to be up-and-running in 2023 and 2024 resp. For that purpose, 69 Siemens-Gamesa turbines will be deployed in this HKN 759 MW project, developed by Shell and Eneco; installer: van Oord:

Total Dutch offshore wind capacity is planned to be 11 GW by 2030.

[offshorewind.biz] – Shell-Eneco Consortium Wins Hollandse Kust (Noord) Tender
[offshorewind.biz] – Siemens Gamesa Turbines for Hollandse Kust (Noord)
[netopzee.eu] – Waar ligt de netaansluiting Hollandse Kust (noord) en (west Alpha)?
[tennet.eu] – Net op zee Hollandse Kust (noord) en (west Alpha)
[nhnieuws.nl] – Windmolenproject voor kust van Wijk aan Zee naar volgende fase
[netopzee.eu]

The pictures were taken at location WKT1.

Van Oord onshore equipment.


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