General – energy island
Ørsted and ATP, Denmark’s largest institutional investor, are bringing in three world-leading industrial construction experts to support their bid for the North Sea energy island: Aarsleff, Bouygues, and Van Oord.
The three companies bring extensive design and engineering competences as well as vast experience from complex offshore construction projects around the globe.
With these partners on board, the Ørsted-ATP consortium has laid the foundation for a successful delivery of the North Sea energy island which will be a hub for renewable energy, create local jobs, and further strengthen Denmark’s strong position as an exporter of renewable energy solutions.
Aarsleff, the Danish specialist in large-scale projects within infrastructure, climate change adaption, and energy, will be leading the construction work.
Bouygues Travaux Publics brings in world-leading expertise in designing, building, and operating large-scale offshore constructions, such as bridges, tunnels, and land reclamations.
Van Oord has constructed the Palm Jumeirah and many other artificial islands and has decades of experience in the installation of offshore wind turbines, foundations, and cables.
The North Sea Energy island is expected to be tendered in 2023 where Ørsted and ATP intend to submit a bid.