Scour protection at Teesside

www.thenorthernecho.co.uk, 09 May 2013 11:17

A north-east specialist underwater engineering firm is carrying out work to protect marine life near a Teesside wind farm development that will provide electricity to about 40,000 homes…. Energy supplier EDF Energy Renewables say the wind farm, where 16 turbines have now been installed, will start generating power within weeks. The firm has appointed Marske Site Services (MSS), of Stokesley, North Yorkshire, to carry out a scour protection of the steel turbine monopile foundations, that have been sunk up to 30 metres into the sea bed.

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