ABB, a pioneering technology leader, has secured a significant contract with Yantai CIMC Raffles Offshore Ltd., a leading offshore shipbuilder in China, to provide an integrated bridge-to-propeller solution for Havfram Wind's groundbreaking NG20000X-HF Wind Turbine Installation Vessels (WTIVs). These vessels, incorporating the latest battery-hybrid drivetrain technology, represent a new era of energy-efficient designs within the offshore wind industry. Notably, they possess the capability to install offshore wind turbines with rotor diameters exceeding 300 meters and handle XXL monopiles weighing up to 3,000 tons at depths of up to 70 meters.ABB's extensive scope includes four Azipod® electric main propulsion units, collectively generating 17 MW of propulsion power. The Onboard DC Grid™ power distribution system, a 4.1MWh energy storage installation, and ABB Ability™ Marine Pilot Control with Dynamic Positioning System contribute to advanced vessel control. Furthermore, ABB provides comprehensive automation and digital technology solutions. Once operational, these vessels will benefit from digital connectivity to the ABB Ability™ Collaborative Operations network, facilitating remote support and predictive maintenance.As offshore wind turbines multiply in number and increase in size, projections by the independent assurance and risk management expert, DNV, suggest that offshore wind will match offshore oil in energy production by 2050. Havfram Wind's vessels possess unique capabilities that future-proof them for the industry's progressive expansion into deeper waters. These capabilities include instant load power and enhanced dynamic performance harnessed by battery technology, along with the maneuverability and precise station-keeping achieved by Azipod® propulsion. Moreover, Azipod® propulsion systems offer weight advantages of up to 30 percent compared to traditional mechanical thruster solutions.Designed to optimize vessel responsiveness, efficiency, and safety across all operational scenarios, ABB Ability™ Marine Pilot Control enables seamless transition from position control to joystick maneuvering. The DP2 functionality provides technical redundancy, ensuring that a single system fault will not compromise the vessel's position. This redundancy is particularly crucial for the safe and reliable operations of construction and wind farm vessels working alongside fixed structures.