Dajin won Denmark Thor OWF 36 Monopiles

2023-04-26 Source: DAJIN

Progress is being made on Thor, Denmark’s largest offshore wind farm to date. RWE has selected the preferred suppliers for all main components for the wind farm. With a planned capacity of more than 1,000 megawatts, Thor will be built in the Danish North Sea, approximately 22 kilometres from Thorsminde on the west coast of Jutland. Once fully operational, which is planned no later than end of 2027, Thor should be capable of producing enough green electricity to supply the equivalent of more than one million Danish households.

Dajin Offshore is proud to be selected to deliver 36 monopiles: MP-TP integrated design as well as secondary structures and electrical outfitting based on the recently signed Contract. The foundations, which are up to 100 metres in length, will weigh approximately 1,500 tonnes. This is next very important milestone for Dajin on its way to become global offshore foundations supplier but also the proof of Dajin concept for combining monopiles capacity from China with European delivery of secondary structures and electrical outfitting.

Dajin Offshore is largest private Chinese offshore wind fabricator of monopiles, transition pieces and offshore towers. For Dajin top priority is QHSE that was confirmed to be at outstanding levels by independent audits. On top Dajin set clear goals to achieve net carbon neutrality by 2035. Dajin can produce XXL monopiles with up to 11.5m diameter, 2 500T weights and 120m lengths. Dajin operates from its own open sea port with quays of 590m length and water depths up to 14.4m. Annual capacity is at the level of 1 million tons of steel. Dajin is offering to transport foundations from China to overseas markets. In addition Dajin is ready to contribute to European Local Content for offshore wind and for that is delivering secondary structures and electrical outfitting based on EU fabrication and supply chain. Dajin is expanding its capacity and capability including triple XL monopiles with diameter 15m, length up to 150m and weight up to 5000 tones as well as floating foundations to be ready for fabrication starting mid-2024.

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