(Eolien offshore) le projet North Sea Wind Power Hub

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(Eolien offshore) le projet North Sea Wind Power Hub

Message par energy_isere » 04 déc. 2017, 17:58

suite de ce post du 12 mars 2017 viewtopic.php?p=399570#p399570
Éolien offshore : Rotterdam participera au projet d’îles artificielles

Publié le 04/12/2017 lemarin.fr

Le port de Rotterdam est devenu, fin novembre, le cinquième partenaire du projet North Sea Wind Power Hub (NSWPH), une centrale éolienne offshore géante en mer du Nord.

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Le port de Rotterdam mettra au service de NSWPH son expérience en matière de récupération des terres sur la mer. (Illustration : port de Rotterdam)
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Re: (Eolien offshore) le North Sea Wind Power Hub

Message par energy_isere » 14 janv. 2018, 20:46

Le projet d' ile artificielle pour interconnecter les parcs éoliens offshore toujours en course. Coût estimé d' environ 1.5 milliards €.
North Sea Wind Power Hub to supply renewable energy to 80 million

January 7, 2018 evwind

The North Sea Wind Power Hub, an artificial island in the North Sea that could supply renewable energy to 80 million people in Europe is set to open in 2027. The hub will send electricity via long-distance cables to six European countries.

According to the plans, a 2.3 square mile (6 square kilometers) island will be created at the northeast end of the Dogger Bank, a relatively shallow area in the North Sea with high wind readings. Thousands of wind turbines will be placed around the island, with short alternating-current links to the island.

The island will be part of the North Sea Wind Power Hub project and will include an airport, harbor and converters to change wind-generated electricity from alternating current to direct current which would be transmitted over cables to the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Norway, Germany and Denmark.

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The project’s backer is Dutch power grid operator TenneT. The company recently released a report claiming the island will be billions of euros cheaper than conventional windfarms and international power cables. Right now, costs estimates are projected to be over £1.3 billion ($1.75 billion).

Rob van der Hage, who manages TenneT’s offshore wind grid development programme, told the Guardian: ‘It’s crucial for industry to continue with the cost reduction path. The big challenge we are facing towards 2030 and 2050 is onshore wind is hampered by local opposition and nearshore is nearly full. It’s logical we are looking at areas further offshore.”

When asked about the engineering challenges behind building an island, Van der Hage said: “Is it difficult? In the Netherlands, when we see a piece of water we want to build islands or land. We’ve been doing that for centuries. That is not the biggest challenge.”

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https://www.evwind.es/2018/01/07/north- ... lion/62325

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