Specifically, Sigma Engineering JSC., as EPC General Contractor has completed and handed over to the Investor - Ben Tre Renewable Energy Joint Stock Company in the Operator area, connected roads and existing traffic, air lines with a length of 11.6km,110kV transmission lines and substations, the rest house of Ben Tre V1.3 Offshore Wind Farm into operation from April 5, 2021; as a premise to prepare for the completion and installation of turbines, submarine cables, connection, complete T&C power generation to the national grid in the coming time.
We are implementing the phase I of the plant with a capacity of 30 MW out of a total capacity of 110 MW, Ben Tre V1.3 Offshore Wind Farm is expected to become one of the large-scale offshore wind farm projects in Vietnam, not only helps the Government achieve the capacity at 2000MW by 2025 but also supports Vietnam transition to a low carbon energy system. The project's potential is to improve Vietnam's capacity in renewable energy on a regional and global scale. By implementing the highest international standards, using the most advanced wind power technology, the project's goal is to secure Vietnam's long-term energy demand and support the sustainable development of local industries.
Although it is the first time participating in the renewable energy market, Sigma Engineering JSC has proven its outstanding capacity as EPC contractor. To be well-known for the construction of "speedy" projects, during a journey lasting 420 days and nights, Sigma has excellently "brought vitality" to the V1-3 wind power project with elements of safety and quality and progress are always on top priority. This event is considered a milestone in Sigma's development history, promising to continue the success story on the upcoming renewable energy journey.
Some pictures of the project:
The EPC Contractor - Sigma Engineering and the investor - BTRE at the operation area of the project
Rest house/ Boat dock area
Scada control room area
Medium voltage cabinets
Overview of campus and internal roads of 110 kV transformer stations