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Thornton Bank transformer substation

Thornton Bank provides 350,000 households with green energy

The Thornton Bank offshore HVAC Transformer Station is part of the wind farm development by C-Power. The wind farm on the Thornton sandbank is located approximately 30 kilometres offshore from the Belgian shore. The wind turbines provide a voltage of 33 kV. In the offshore transformer station, this voltage is converted to 150 kV. The two transformers on the topside together have a capacity of 325 MW, which is sufficient to provide 350,000 households with sustainable energy. Iv-Offshore & Energy has executed the engineering and design of the topside steel structure, including the shop drawings and all their utility systems.

Technical data

Topside 20 x 30 x 17m

Topside max 2,150 T

Water Depth: 15 m
Input: 11 cables of 33 kV AC
Output: 2 cables of 150 kV AC to shore and 4 cables of 150 kV AC to North Sea Grid
Throughput: 325 MW
Power Generation: 1 x 150 kV A Diesel

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