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LOGISTICS


FEATURE SPONSOR


ON THE


DOORSTEP OF WIND ENERGY DEVELOPMENT


As from 2019, the development of new offshore windfarms is moving up adjacent to the Amsterdam IJmuiden offshore port region. The Dutch windfarm zones Hollandse Kust Zuid and Noord are close at 22 and 18 nautical miles


IT DOES NOT STOP THERE


The Dutch government is gearing up for a steady 1GW roll out scenario after 2023 up till 2030. With current tender prices and the subsidy free windfarms in Germany – relatively comparable to the Dutch situation – a consideration of even 2GW a year is not at all unlikely.


NORTH SEA TRANSFORMATION


Looking at UK developments it is clear that the North Sea is adding sustainable energy to its functions. Dogger Bank can be the ultimate challenge but also a shared opportunity between the UK and the Netherlands, both in installing offshore wind and having an island to support electrical infrastructure and serving offshore wind on the North Sea, benefitting all connecting countries.


BIGGER IS BETTER


The scale up includes huge turbine sizes generating ever more power. Size and development of multiple wind zones on the North Sea will pose a serious challenge to component manufacturers and logistics alike.


THE SCALE UP INCLUDES


HUGE TURBINE SIZES GENERATING EVER MORE POWER


LOCATION: LOGISTICS AND ACCESSIBILITY


At closest (nautical) distance to current and future zones Hollandse Kust West and IJmuiden Ver, the Amsterdam IJmuiden Offshore region can accommodate installation, O&M, cable logistics and production. Additionally, work vessels and the supporting fleet can be fully serviced including mobilisation and conversion.


COPING WITH SCALING AND SIZING UP


There are many more disciplines in the wake that are touched by these developments. Looking from the port’s perspective and offshore region, these challenges can be met through location, cooperation and education.


Space


With sites that have already catered to installation and currently operational O&M, there is ample space for several functions. Considering the volume and size, regional partners are in the planning stages of site extension of around 20 HA directly at sea, the new Energy Port.


Highly Accessible


Centrally located on the North Sea and the European inland, this is not only extremely multimodal accessible, but also known for its investment climate, a thriving business ecosystem, unrivalled connectivity and quality of life. Next to Schiphol Amsterdam Airport there is a heliport in the Amsterdam Port Area, just 15 kilometers from IJmuiden.


COOPERATION


Founded over 30 years ago as an association with business, government and educational institutes, cooperation is in the DNA of the Amsterdam Ijmuiden Offshore Ports association. Contractors can go for a one-stop-shop with one offer, or focus on a specific need: Amsterdam IJmuiden Offshore ports can deliver easy access.


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