The UK Supreme Court ruled unanimously in favor of E.ON in a long-running dispute over foundation problems identified at the 174-MW Robin Rigg offshore wind farm located between Scotland and England. The judges said Danish contractor MT Højgaard must bear the approximate €26 million cost of remedying failed grouted connections between monopiles and transition pieces at Robin Rigg.
Rebecca Williams, partner with Watson Farley and Williams LLP, spoke to POWER Executive Editor Aaron Larson, providing background on the case and detailing implications of the decision. Listen to their conversation in the first episode of The POWER Podcast.
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—Aaron Larson is POWER’s executive editor (@AaronL_Power, @POWERmagazine).