Tuas project, Singapore: A used water superhighway for the future, this world’s first integrated waste and water treatment facility will be energy self-sufficient. This is expected to result in carbon savings of more than 200,000 tonnes of CO2 annually, equivalent to taking 42,500 cars off Singapore’s roads.
At up to 84m deep, this is one of the deepest diaphragm wall shafts to be constructed in Singapore.
Hywind Tampen project, Norway: With 11 turbines, it will be the world’s largest floating offshore wind farm. It will reduce the use of gas turbines for offshore fields, while reducing CO2 emissions by 200,000 tons and NOx emissions by 1,000 tons each year.
Hywind Tampen will be a test bed for the further development of offshore wind farms, exploring the use of new, larger turbines.