The Saint Brieuc wind farm, with almost 500 MW, will be Iberdrola's first major offshore wind site in France and the company's fourth offshore wind farm in operationIberdrola has started on 15 June 2022 the transfer of the first offshore wind platform jackets for its Saint Brieuc wind farm in Brittany in France from the Navantia Seanergies shipyard in Fene, where the Navantia-Windar consortium is building these structures to support the wind turbines. The structures will be transported on a 122 metre long barge belonging to the Van Oord. They are expected to arrive at their destination in the port of Brest in France in approximately three days, depending on weather conditions, during which time they will cover the more than 1,500 kilometres that separate the port of Ferrol from their location in the English Channel.The delivery of the first platforms demonstrates the successful completion of the contract signed two years ago, valued at 350 million eurosfor a total of 62 platforms at the facility, which will be the Iberdrola group's first major site for this technology in France. The contract for its construction was also the largest order to date for the Navantia and Windar partnership in offshore wind power. The order included the manufacture and assembly of the 62 structures at Navantia Windar's facilities in Brest and Fene, as well as the piles that anchor the wind turbines to the seabed at Windar's facilities in Avilés.