Press Releases

For the latest press releases from A2SEA, please visit the DEME Group’s website.

A2SEA signs agreement for prestigious Gwynt y Môr offshore wind farm

From spring 2013, A2SEA will play a key role in helping build one of the largest offshore wind farms in the world. A2SEA will provide their specialist jack-up’s SEA JACK and SEA WORKER to install 160 Siemens 3.6MW turbines on RWE’s Gwynt y Môr offshore wind farm1. Gwynt y Môr offshore wind farm, located off... Read more »

Building Anholt – DjursWindGlobe exhibition

In connection with the Anholt Offshore Wind Farm, an exhibition is open to the public at Kattegatcentret Grenaa. The exhibition shows the entire building of the wind farm from installation of foundations and turbines to laying cables. A2SEA is installing wind turbines at Anholt, and the first turbines will be installed at the end of August.... Read more »

A2SEA welcomes New Regional Manager at German Subsidiary

As of 15 May, Martin Huss is employed as new Regional Manager and Managing Director of A2SEA GmbH. Martin will be operating from A2SEA’s Hamburg office, and work with all three A2SEA business units: Installation, Cabling, and Service and Logistics. Lars Kiesewetter, who has been Regional Manager since 2007, will join A2SEA’s growing Service and... Read more »

A2SEA Signs Renewable UK Offshore Wind and Marine Energy Safety Accord

A2SEA has signed up to the Renewable UK’s Offshore Wind and Marine Energy Safety Accord. A2SEA has always supported and been a member of Renewable UK actively campaigning to establish safety standards in Offshore Wind by utilising our voice at events and conferences, ensuring a safe working environment and participating in working groups with Renewable... Read more »

A2SEA invests in a new jack-up vessel

A2SEA (owned 51% by DONG Energy and 49% by Siemens Wind Power) has signed a contract with Chinese company, COSCO Shipyard Group Co., Ltd., for the construction of a new jack-up vessel specially designed for the purpose of installation of offshore wind turbines. The contract has a value of USD 155 million (approx. DKK 890... Read more »