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Danish developers scout for brainpower for three nearshore wind projects

HOFOR and Lillebælt Vind have issued a few calls for tender prequalification over the past several days as part of their plans to build offshore/nearshore wind farms in the Øresund and Lillebælt areas in Denmark.

The two Danish companies are currently jointly prequalifying engineering consultancies and legal advisors through three calls published in October, with the deadline for applying set for 9 November and 2 November, respectively. The contracts to be awarded, valued at around € 88 million in total, will be signed for a period of eight years with the selected engineering consultancies and for six years with the legal advisor, according to the invitations to prequalify.

The procurement covers three wind farms being developed by HOFOR and Lillebælt Vind, including HOFOR’s Aflandshage and Nordre Flint wind farms in Øresund (the Sound) and Lillebælt Vind’s wind farm Lillebælt Syd in the Lillebælt strait.

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