According to EIB website, the project comprises the construction of two offshore wind farms about 38 and 50 km off the Belgian coast, with a total installed power of up to 488 MW depending on the final design, and associated ancillary facilities, including inter-array cables, an offshore substation and export cable to connect to an offshore connection point to the national Belgian grid. Further, it will support EU and national targets for renewable energy generation, and contributes to the security of energy supply and environmental objectives. The project will further contribute to the Bank's transversal priority objectives for energy-sector lending related to renewable energy sources and climate action.
Electrabel S.A. produces and supplies electricity and natural gas. It operates thermal power stations fueled by natural gas; nuclear power plants; and renewable energy plants, including wind, biomass, hydroelectric, and photovoltaic plants. Additionally, it offer services including installation of insulators, maintenance of boilers, restoring heat, replacement of boilers, and installation of boilers.
Otary RS SA constructs and manages wind farm projects. The Company operates in Belgium.
Eneco Wind Belgium S.A. develops and operates power generation facilities based on renewable energy sources and wind energy in Belgium. Its activities include technical layout studies, energy potential assessment, economic feasibility studies, and financing structuring.
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