Femern A/S has prequalified three consortia to compete for the contract to establish a large transformer station to supply the Fehmarnbelt tunnel and the railway between Denmark and Germany with green electricity. The transformer station will also have the capacity to power electric vehicles.
In Denmark, since the establishment of the infrastructure mega project the Storebælt fixed link, we have developed a strong model for financing and managing mega infrastructure projects. The state guarantee model combines state ownership and state-guaranteed loans with user fees. The latest knowledge on the subject was presented yesterday at an online conference with international participation.
Safety is paramount during construction of the tunnel in the Fehmarnbelt. Together with FORCE in Lyngby, Femern A/S conducted comprehensive simulations of vessel traffic and tested the co-operation with the VTS operators who monitor the traffic in the Fehmarnbelt.
With final German approval of the Fehmarnbelt project obtained in November 2020, construction of the Fehmarnbelt Tunnel between Denmark and Germany is now well underway.
In this new video, you will see drone footage of construction works along the coast of Lolland.
Femern A/S has sent out information about the forthcoming tender processes.
We have set up a webcam that broadcasts via a livestream from the Fehmarnbelt Tunnel construction site in Rødbyhavn on Lolland.
Announcement by Sund & Bælt Holding A/S
Femern A/S is activating the main construction contracts with Femern Link Contractors (FLC) with effect from 1 January 2021. This means that construction of the large scale tunnel element factory at Rødbyhavn can get underway.
We welcome the European Commission’s decision, which ensures the financial basis on which the Fehmarnbelt project can advance. Although the decision contains certain stipulations, these do not change the fact…