• Location: The English North Sea
  • Capacity: 950 MW
  • Installation: 2021
  • Topside Weight: 1252 tonnes
  • Water Depth: 22 meters
  • Substructure: Jacket
  • Detailed Design: Topside
  • Client: Edp renewables/Siemens

Moray East

The Moray East offshore wind farm consists of three substations, which are to be situated 22 km off the north-east coast of Scotland. 

Together, the substations are expected to have a production capacity of 950 MW. 

Array cables (66kV) will run from the wind turbines to the offshore transformer platforms, where the power is transformed to 220kV. Then, the power will be exported to a new onshore substation at New Deer in Aberdeenshire and into the national energy network.

Services provided by ISC

We have carried out the innovative detailed design of the three offshore substation platforms with Siemens as the client. The company Smulders fabricates the three offshore substation platforms.