Wind Energy – Eneco
Windcat and Eneco announce a new partnership and a 5 year charter agreement.
This long-term charter will allow the safe transport of technicians offshore and will also allow us to work together on the decarbonisation of Eneco’s marine logistics.
The first vessel on this charter is operational since the first of January, 2023.
Windcat 32, the vessel used for this charter, is fuel-efficient and will be used for the safe transport of technicians offshore. The vessel will be customised to Eneco’s needs, amongst others by the installation of an IMO Tier III engine. This engine uses a SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) system which radically reduces NOx emissions. The vessel will operate from IJmuiden and provide access to Eneco’s offshore wind farms: Prinses Amalia Windpark, Luchterduinen and Hollandse Kust Noord.
Lead Asset Manager Offshore Wind, Renzo Schildmeijer: “We are pleased to further deepen and strengthen our relationship with Windcat with this new contract. Both companies share many core values and future goals. Windcat will be an important partner in decarbonizing our offshore logistics and delivering on our ambition becoming climate neutral in 2035.”