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A2SEA supports the struggle against starvation

During January, all of Denmark is busy collecting money to save starving children in Africa, South America and Asia. The yearly fund raising campaign is called “Danmarksindsamlingen” and A2SEA supports the campaign. The focus of the campaign shifts every year. This year, money goes to 12 different projects to support the more than 3 million children who... Read more »

A2SEA wins “Runner Up” Health & safety Award 2017

On 23 January, A2SEA was one single vote from winning the Renewable UK “Health & Safety Award 2017”. Instead, the company was awarded the “Runner Up” award for the campaign targeting the musculoskeletal system, “Work Wise, Think Twice”. “We have already won,” says Kirsten Bank Christensen, Vice President for HSEQ at A2SEA. The statistics speak for... Read more »

A2SEA is “2017 Renewable Energy Health & Safety” finalist

A2SEA has been nominated finalist for the Health & Safety Award issued by Renewable UK. The nomination is for the HSE campaign “Work wise, think twice” targeting the musculoskeletal system. Voting takes place between 11 and 20 January. A2SEA launched the campaign in the spring of 2016 to limit the injuries on the musculoskeletal system. An... Read more »

SEA CHALLENGER ready for Dudgeon

On Wednesday 4 January 2017, SEA CHALLENGER was fully loaded and awaiting departure from Hull. Ready to install the 67 Siemens 6MW turbines on Dudgeon from Statoil, Masdar and Statkraft. SEA CHALLENGER can carry four 6MW turbines at a time. The vessel has been accommodation vessel on the project since September 2016 and has gained a... Read more »

A2SEA donates money to sick children

Again this year, A2SEA donates money to sick children and hereby wishes everyone a merry Christmas and a happy new year. Donations go to three different Childrens’ hospitals in Denmark, Germany and the UK respectively. Donation in Denmark Donation for H.C. Andersen’s Children’s Hospital, Tryllebjerget (the Magic Mountain), Denmark – read more here Donation in Germany... Read more »

A2SEA nominated for international Health & Safety Award

Once again, A2SEA has been nominated for its efforts within Health & Safety. The “Work wise, think twice” campaign targeting injuries on the musculoskeletal system has been nominated for the “2017 Renewable Energy Health & Safety Award”. The winner will be announced on 23 January 2017. A2SEA launched the campaign in the spring of 2016... Read more »

Working Environment Award 2016

A2SEA has been nominated for the “Working Environment Award 2016” by the Working Environment Committee. The nomination is a result of the campaign “Work wise, think twice”, which addresses injuries on the musculoskeletal system. The winner will be announced on 24 November. In 2015, an analysis of occupational injuries and absence due to illness revealed... Read more »

A2SEA supports the struggle against cancer

Again this year, A2SEA supports the struggle against cancer through the national campaign “Knæk Cancer”. Week 43 is fundraising week for cancer research in Denmark. Every day, 43 Danish lives are lost to cancer. Today, approximately 256,000 people in Denmark live with the disease. As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility strategy, A2SEA supports the... Read more »

SEA CHALLENGER arrives at Dudgeon OWF

On 31 August, SEA CHALLENGER arrived and positioned herself at the Offshore Substation at the Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm. She will act as accommodation vessel for the next approximately three months until installation of WTGs start in early 2017. During the last month, SEA CHALLENGER has been mobilising in Newcastle getting ready for her new temporary assignment as... Read more »

Formosa 1: Charter of M/V TORBEN has ended

On 15 August, the charter of M/V TORBEN ended without A2SEA being able to complete the installation of the Formosa 1 project, due to project delays and technical failure of equipment from the foundation contractor on board the vessel. For A2SEA, the extension options for the vessel was exhausted, and the project was not completed at the... Read more »