Inauguration of the Haizea Breizh workshop in the port of Brest.

The offshore wind project in the Bay of Saint-Brieuc, developed by Ailes Marines, has contributed to the installation of the second industrial on the polder of Brest when Haizea Breizh is installed in the port in 2021. Operational since the end of summer 2022, the workshop was inaugurated this Thursday, October 6th.





SPIE and Haizea Breizh are working together to assemble the wind turbine masts for the Saint-Brieuc offshore wind farm.

SPIE Industrie & Tertiaire 's Industry Division and Haizea Breizh (a subsidiary of Haizea Wind Group) have signed a collaboration agreement for a new industrial activity in the Brest polder. The mission is dedicated to the assembly of the internal elements of the 62 masts of the Saint Brieuc offshore wind farm, developed by Ailes Marines, a subsidiary ofIberdrola. Adapted to heavy packages of several hundred tons, the new MRE quay in the port of Brest is one of the major assets of the place, as it has the capacity to respond to the industrial challenges of marine energies and adapts to the industrial dynamics, which are in constant progress.

Founded in 2021, the company Haizea Breizh set up in the same year in the port of Brest following a partnership with Siemens Gamesa. Haizea Breizh is the most recent plant of the Spanish industrialist Haizea Wind Group.

Specialized in theassembly of internal components, it inaugurated its workshop - operational since the end of summer 2022 - this Thursday, October 6th.

The manufacture of the masts will begin in Bilbao, Spain, where the boiler making and painting operations will be carried out. The masts will then be transported to the Brest polder, where the internal components will be assembled in the Haizea Breizh workshop. They will then be shipped to the Siemens Gamesa factory in Le Havre.

The first deliveries of sections to Siemens Gamesa will begin in October.


Did you know that?

Ailes Marines - Iberdrola has also contributed to the installation of the first industrialist on the Brest polder for the construction of wind turbines.
In fact, the Spanish group Navantia-Windar settled in 2020 on the port's terminal dedicated to marine renewable energies, in particular for the construction of wind turbines dedicated to the Saint-Brieuc offshore park.

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