Bureau is delighted to be working with Triton Knoll, an offshore windfarm project which will generate long-term renewable energy off the east coast of the UK. The project is owned by innogy Renewables UK and its partners J-Power and Kansai Electric Power.
Under a framework agreement, Bureau work closely with the Project QA/QC Manager, Tim Wilkins to provide critical resourcing to support the quality assurance, quality control and surveillance activities across the Triton Knoll project. Under the agreement, Bureau source experienced Engineers to undertake work around Quality and Production Assurance Services. The work carried out will cover the full range of Inspection of plant and equipment.
Managing Director David Blanchard adds; “The work we are doing with Triton Knoll reflects the unique approach of Bureau. We work with our customers on a long-term basis to understand their unique and complex resourcing and find the right people to undertake this often highly complex and critical work.”
Triton Knoll is located off the east coast of England, in close proximity to Lincolnshire and Norfolk.
The project consists of offshore and onshore electrical infrastructure, which connect the wind farm to the electricity network. It is estimated that the average annual generation of electricity from the site could be equivalent to the domestic needs of 800,000 typical households in the UK (See footnote).
- It is estimated that the average annual generation expected at the site could be equivalent to the approximate domestic needs of an expected minimum of 800,000 average UK households. Energy predicted to be generated by the proposal is derived using wind speeds monitored in the local area and correlated with long term reference data. The energy capture predicted and hence derived homes equivalent figure may change as further data are gathered. Equivalent homes supplied is based on an annual electricity consumption per home of 4100 kWh. This figure is supported by recent domestic electricity consumption data available from The Digest of UK Energy Statistics and household figures from the UK National Statistics Authority.