France - Offshore wind substations

This is a business opportunity from an overseas buyer. Pitch for the business and explain how your company meets their requirements.

The Department for International Trade (DIT) France is looking for suppliers and subcontractors of offshore wind substations.


Opportunity closing date
10 November 2019
Opportunity publication date
28 October 2019
Opportunity type
Private Sector
Construction, Advanced engineering, Metals, Minerals & Materials, Oil & Gas, Renewable Energy, Business & Consumer Services, Chemicals
Enquiries received
Value of contract
to be confirmed
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You should be able to supply fabrication works for:

- jacket structure and piles
- primary, secondary and tertiary steel
- aids for hatches, grills and sea fastening steel work

DIT France is also looking for suppliers of good and services including:

- design works like jacket structural and engineering calculation
- high and megavoltage work including design studies, transformers and scada control
- special services like non destructive testing, equipment certification and commissioning
- unexploded ordnance surveys and soil site preparation, transport and offshore logistics
- logistics like putting up scaffolding, lifting and transport
- electrical installation
- anti-corrosion systems and paint
- heating, ventilation, and air conditioning
- topside piping prefabrication and installation
- topside insulation works
- diesel generator integrators
- structure load out activity
- offshore crew transfer and service vessels accommodation jack-up

DIT France wants to complete the supply chain mapping that a manufacturing company has already carried out.

You need to send a short description of your services and experience of working on offshore wind projects.

Opportunity closing date
10 November 2019
Value of contract
to be confirmed
The buyer is happy to talk to
manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors

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