Eon tackles three repairs at its offshore windfarms

March 2008
Utility Week;3/21/2008, Vol. 28 Issue 21, p34
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The article reports on the repairs on the offshore windfarms of Eon in Great Britain in 2008. An Eon spokesman states that the sub-sea cable replacement at the Scroby Sands off-shore windfarm is set to start after Easter. It is reported that a faulty cable at Blyth windfarm in Northumberland is scheduled to be replaced in the latter part of the year. The repairs being made to a jack-up barge at Robin Rigg in the Solway Firth has reportedly led to a delay in construction.


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