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IHC Hydrohammer, part of IHC Merwede, says it will supply piling equipment to U.K.-based project developer Ballast Nedam Offshore for monopile foundation installation at two European offshore wind farm projects.

According to IHC, its S-2000 piling hammer will be used to install 39 monopiles for the Baltic 2 wind farm, located in the Baltic Sea, 32 km north of the island of Rügen. Next year, the piling hammer will help secure 80 monopile foundations for WPD’s Butendiek project, located 34 km west of the German North Sea island of Sylt.

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