BEI/CBPC/CIP – Gulf of St Lawrence Offshore Wind Farm 180 MW – Quebec - Project Profile
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Beothuk Energy Inc. (BEI), Corner Brook Port Corporation (CBPC) and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) are planning to undertake the development of an offshore wind farm in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, St. George’s Bay, in western Newfoundland and Labrador, Quebec, Canada.
The project involves the construction of an 180MW pilot wind farm comprising of 30 turbines of 6MW each.
The project will include the installation of 30 turbines and generators, the construction of substations and a power house, and the laying of transmission lines.
In 2011, Beothuk has secured approvals for the development.
Maderra Engineering Inc has been appointed as the Consulting Engineer.
In August 2015, Jacob Securities Inc (JSI) secured the Financial Advisor contract and BEI has applied for a Licence and Land Use Authorization for the area.
In September 2015, project secured financing. Siemens has been appointed as supply contractor.
On May 31, 2016, DNV GL and Fugro GeoSurveys were awarded study contract.
DNV GL scope work includes the constraints analysis, wind resource and energy assessment, LCOE modeling and a preliminary wind farm layout.
Fugro GeoSurveys will provide Bathymetric/geologic compilation, hydrographic data reprocessing, assessment of stability and seismicity, GIS analyses of seabed morphology, and routing options.
In September 2016, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) partnered with BEI for the development of the project.
The project involves construction of a 180MW pilot wind farm in Quebec, Canada.
The US$306 million project includes the following: