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Dynamic cable to connect floating offshore wind farm P


rysmian Group has been awarded a new contract by Cobra Wind


International Ltd to provide the cable system to connect the Kincardine Floating Offshore Wind Farm to mainland UK. This is the Group’s first cable project for a floating offshore wind farm which foresees the design and supply of two export cables as well as inter-array cables. The cable will also be provided with all associated cable accessories in order to connect the turbines of the Kincardine Floating Offshore Wind Farm, situated approximately 15km southeast of Aberdeen, to the Scottish mainland power grid. Installation is planned during 2018 and 2019. Prysmian will be responsible for the supply of each export cable which is made up as a single cable length to run along an approximate 17km route consisting of a static cable design combined with around 0.5km dynamic cable route section to complete the connection to the floating turbine tower. The 33kV three-core submarine cable will utilise an EPR insulation system throughout, with the static section length finished


The project marks Prysmian’s entry into the floating offshore wind farm sector.


with single wire armouring whereas the dynamic section will apply a double wire armoured design. The submarine cables will be produced at


the Group plants in Vilanova, Spain, and Drammen, Norway. “The cable contract for the Kincardine


Floating Offshore Wind Farm is an important technological milestone for Prysmian as our first project for a floating offshore wind farm,” said Alessandro Panico, Sales Team Manager – Offshore Wind, Prysmian Group. “We recognise the continued growth in this developing segment of the market which is of particular strategic interest for our business.”


Dennis Renaud becomes CEO of Panduit


P


anduit Corp, the electrical and


network infrastructure provider, has appointed Dennis Renaud as CEO, succeeding Tom Donovan. Andrew Caveney,


Executive Chair of the Board said: “I’d like to thank Tom for his contribution to the success of the company and its culture. Tom’s vision, integrity, work ethic, and commitment to Panduit and our employees is without equal. “I’m looking forward to working with Dennis to shape business strategy and innovation,” he added. “Dennis is well qualified to champion our extraordinary culture with an ability to inspire and connect with others. The Board is confident that Dennis will continue our tradition of customer focus, innovation, and quality.” Renaud previously headed up the company’s Enterprise Business.


Dennis Renaud.


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