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Ailes Marines inaugurates the temporary technical base of the Saint-Brieuc offshore wind farm in the port of Saint-Malo
On February 24, Ailes Marines, a subsidiary of Iberdrola, inaugurated the temporary technical base of the offshore wind farm in Saint-Brieuc. The inauguration was attended by Daniel Cueff, Vice-President of the Brittany Region and Stéphane Alain Riou, Director of Iberdrola France's offshore wind farm in the port of Saint-Malo.
Implementation of new fish and shellfish monitoring measures in offshore wind farms.
Signing of a partnership to study the feasibility of a sustainable and integrated aquaculture farm within the Saint-Brieuc offshore wind farm
The Aeolus vessel has completed its drilling and pile installation operations for the 2022 campaign
As of November 28, 2022, the Aeolus vessel has completed the 40th wind turbine position. It has been back to its home port in Vlissingen (Netherlands) for three days to perform its annual in-depth maintenance (cleaning and checking of tools, machines and drills) which will last between 1 and 3 months depending on identified needs. The Aeolus will return to the work area during the first quarter of 2023, to continue the drilling and pile installation operations on the 22 remaining wind turbine positions out of a total of 62.
Launch of the IBReizh program
In parallel with the deployment of the offshore wind farm in the Bay of Saint-Brieuc, the Region of Brittany, represented by its president Loïg Chesnais-Girard, and Ailes Marines, have signed today the agreement of the IBReizh program, intended to support projects in Brittany.
First evacuation exercise of the electrical substation organized by Ailes Marines
On November 28, 2022, Ailes Marines organized its first evacuation exercise on board the electrical substation, at the heart of the Saint-Brieuc bay wind farm. The aim of this training was to evacuate 2 injured people, one by helicopter and the other by transfer boat, with the objective of verifying internal Health and Safety (H&S) knowledge and processes.
Inauguration of the Haizea Breizh workshop in 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.
Ailes Marines presents at the Breton Economic Forum
Ailes Marines was pleased to participate in the Breton Economic Forum, which took place from August 31 to September 1, 2022 in Saint-Malo. During these two days, the FEB gave appointment to all the actors of the Breton economy. On the program: conferences, round tables and exchanges on renewable energies and their economic impact.
Arrival of the first four foundation jackets in Brest
Friday 17 June marked the arrival in Brittany of the first 4 foundation jackets. In transit from Spain, the barge Sarens Caroline called at the port of Brest before leaving for the Bay of Saint-Brieuc, where the foundations will be laid during the summer.
Successful loading of the topside and jacket foundation of the substation
On Saturday 11 June, the topside and jacket foundation of the offshore wind farm substation were successfully loaded. A successful loading, which now allows the topside and the jacket foundation to be transported to their final location.
Ailes Marines and Navantia Seanergies announce the boarding of the first four jackets foundations of the Saint-Brieuc offshore wind farm.
[News] Ailes Marines is already 10 years old!
Today, it is 10 years since we won the tender for the wind farm project in the Bay of Saint-Brieuc. 🎂
Ailes Marines at the SRH Business Trophy
This weekend, Ailes Marines participated in the Trophée des Entreprises, a sailing regatta organised by the Société des Régates du Havre (SRH), the oldest sailing club in continental Europe.
[News] Visit to the Siemens Gamesa factory in Le Havre
Our team had the pleasure of visiting the Siemens Gamesa factory in Le Havre, where 12 semi-finished wind turbine blades are stored, awaiting assembly. These are needed to start up the various stations on the blade production line.