Harlyn Completes their Moray West Project – Gallery
Harlyn Solutions, has announced its completion of their scope on the Moray West offshore wind farm project. Harlyn played a crucial role in the transportation and installation of two Offshore Substation Platforms (OSPs), demonstrating its commitment to sustainable energy solutions, fast evolving conditions and its excellence in engineering led solutions.
Harlyn Solutions took on the challenge of transporting two Offshore Substation Platforms (OSPs), including load-in and load-out, as part of the Moray West project. The OSPs serve as critical components in the transmission of electricity generated by the wind turbines, ensuring efficient and reliable power distribution.
The 2 OSPs were brought from the Tyne in Newcastle to the Port of Nigg, where the Harlyn Engineers and Projects team excelled in operational management to deliver the important infrastructure in the most efficient and safest way possible.
Additionally Harlyn were entrusted by Moray West to undertake the monopile cleaning scope which employs cutting-edge technology to ensure the thorough and environmentally friendly maintenance of offshore wind structures, enhancing their longevity and operational efficiency.
Pete Geddes Moray West Project Director said “Harlyn have provided an excellent contribution to the Moray West project. Harlyn’s commitment to safety and efficiency has been exemplary, and together with a flexible approach to project needs have ensured a seamless and successful execution of the scope. Their expertise has been an invaluable asset to the project’s progress.”
Hamish Adamson Harlyn Solutions Managing Director said, “I am immensely proud of the Harlyn team for successfully completing the scope of work for the Moray West Windfarm project, contributing significantly to its progress with their dedication and support in realizing this milestone. Harlyn remains committed to excellence in renewable energy, and we look forward to continued engineering led solutions we provide to our clients.”