TenneT has actually granted DHSS, the Dutch overseas power logistics carrier, with storage space as well as port logistics agreements for Dutch overseas tasks.
DHSS authorized 2 long-lasting agreements with TenneT. One for the arrangement of storage space as well as warehousing tasks for its substation extra components as well as the various other for the port company as well as logistics solutions in the Netherlands.
Under the initial agreement, DHSS will certainly give outdoors as well as within storage space solutions for cord repair work components at the firm’s numerous places consisting of Traditions paperwork.
The storage space as well as warehousing tasks will certainly be increased quickly, stated DHSS, in addition to additional overseas wind growths at the Dutch North Sea.
Under the 2nd long-lasting agreement, TenneT will certainly use the port logistics solutions given by DHSS in Ports of IJmuiden, Eemshaven, as well as Den Helder, covering Ships Company as well as quayside logistics solutions.
In September, TenneT revealed a large high voltage straight present (HVDC) cord tender for overseas grid links in the German North Sea as well as the Dutch North Sea.
The tender becomes part of TenneT’s EUR 30 billion drive to attach 40 GW of brand-new overseas wind ability in Germany as well as the Netherlands by 2030.
Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, as well as Belgium have actually accepted mount a minimum of 65 GW of overseas wind power with each other by 2030. At 40 GW, practically two-thirds of this is made up by TenneT, with 20 GW each in the Dutch as well as german North Seas.
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