Engineering company Iv-Offshore & Energy has signed the contract with Seatrium for the design of the 2GW IJmuiden Ver Beta platform in the North Sea. This platform is the first in a series of 2GW platforms that the GE-Seatrium (GSC) consortium will supply for TenneT. For Iv, this is an important next step in the offshore energy transition and a reinforcement of the existing collaboration with Seatrium.
Iv will be responsible for the detailed engineering of the offshore converter platform - currently the largest of its kind - for both the topside and the jacket. We are also responsible for the delivery of equipment and auxiliary systems.
The IJmuiden Ver Beta platform will arise approximately 62 kilometres off the Dutch coast and, with its 2 Gigawatt capacity, sets a new standard in the development of the offshore energy transition and the reduction of fossil fuels (decarbonisation).
We are proud that as a Dutch engineering company we can utilise our knowledge and specialism in offshore energy nearby. At Iv we work together within several disciplines to successfully complete this project, including the complete design and engineering, but also asset management, platform and transport analyses and risk management.