Jan De Nul Group deploys its cable-laying vessel Willem de Vlamingh to install about 90km of subsea cable in Taiwan.
We signed an agreement with Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) for the installation of about 90km of subsea high-voltage export cables.
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Cable-laying vessel Connector will take care of the transport and installation of the cables.
Jan De Nul Group will supply, install and test three alternating current cables from the Princess Elisabeth Island to the Belgian electricity grid.
The Connector, one of our cable laying vessels
We have agreed to work together with Fortescue to connect continents of high energy production to continents of high energy consumption.
Door de wind
Proud to open the interactive exhibition "Going Like the Wind", which offers a unique insight into the dynamic world of renewable energy.
Jan De Nul orders new XL cable laying vessel
The order for a new XL cable-laying vessel underlines our belief in renewable energy and expands our cable installation fleet to five powerful vessels.
Prinses Elisabetheiland
The island brings electricity from Belgium's wind farms to the mainland, and will be a hub for connections to foreign grids.
Ministers' visit
Prime Minister Alexander De Croo, Minister for Energy Tinne Van der Straeten and State Secretary Thomas Dermine visited Jan De Nul Group and DEME's construction
Fleeming Jenkin
As part of the mission equipment for its new cable-laying vessel Fleeming Jenkin, Jan De Nul Group has ordered SMD’s Quantum EV ROV, the first electrical ROV in