EDS HV Group has completed the connection and testing during a planned outage at the Greater Gabbard offshore wind farm in the UK.EDS was in charge of re-connecting and testing the inter-array cable on the IG substation during the planned outage.The company said it worked with four contractors, who completed planned works at the same time, to ensure a safe solution and minimal downtime.“This is a huge success for the site and my sincere thanks to all involved to ensure the safe completion of the works,” said Kenny Beardsell, Site Manager for Greater Gabbard.“The collaboration and team efforts that went into this project and the restoration of as many turbines as possible has been fantastic. We truly can achieve a great deal when the team works together.”The Greater Gabbard wind farm comprises 140 Siemens 3.6MW wind turbines located 23km off the coast of Suffolk. It was fully commissioned in September 2012.
Crawford also recalled the wins and the losses and the near-misses, including their first-round playoff victory over the Golden State Warriors in 2013-14 and their second-round loss to the Houston Rockets in 2014-15, when they squandered a 3-1 series lead.“You have so many relationships that last a lifetime, not only players and coaches, but kids who you watched grow up,” Crawford said Wednesday before his new team played his old one. “Every time we won a game, all the kids would come in the locker room. It was really like a family atmosphere.“I think that’s one of the things you miss most.”Clippers coach Doc Rivers praised Crawford for his jump shots and passes and leadership during his 370 regular-season games in red, white and blue, but also credited him with helping to mold young players such as Austin Rivers into the players they have become today.“He just has a great knowledge of the game,” Doc Rivers said of the 37-year-old Crawford, named the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year twice while with the Clippers. “He’s a great teacher. If I have one thing that I miss, I would say the one thing I miss most is not having him around.” LOS ANGELES — Jamal Crawford entered Staples Center via the same ramp he had for five seasons with the Clippers. He walked the same route to the locker room, said “hello” and “how are you doing?” to the same arena employees and team officials as in the past.This time, he said it felt “weird” to be back at a place he called home for more seasons and more games than he played anywhere else during his standout 17-year NBA career. He entered the visitor’s locker room instead of the home team’s, for one thing.Crawford made his first visit to Staples Center since he was traded in the offseason in an overhaul of the Clippers’ roster. The Clippers dealt him to the Atlanta Hawks, who bought him out of his contract. He then signed a two-season deal for about $9 million with the Minnesota Timberwolves.Related Articles Clippers rally but fade down the stretch against Timberwolves Memories flooded over Crawford on Wednesday. He thought about his first season with the Clippers in 2012-13, when they captured the imagination of the city as the Lakers’ dynasty started to fade. Lob City and a Tribe Called Bench were fresh and new. Crawford called his departure “shocking.” He was a key member of the group that lobbied Blake Griffin to remain with the Clippers when he could have signed elsewhere as a free agent last summer. Griffin re-signed with the Clippers, accepting a five-year, $173 million contract.“You know it’s a business and things can happen,” Crawford said. “To fall in love with something you have to be vulnerable. I fell in love with the city and the fans here, so I guess the shock of the trade hurt that much more because I really gave everything.”Crawford received a standing ovation after a video tribute of his time with the Clippers was played on the scoreboard.SIXTH MAN UPDATELou Williams went into Wednesday’s game averaging 17.5 points in a reserve role, second-best in the NBA at the start of business around the league. Memphis’ Tyreke Evans led the league with an average of 17.7 points going into Wednesday’s game against the New York Knicks.Crawford, the man whose role Williams inherited after the Clippers acquired him last summer from the Houston Rockets, went into Wednesday averaging 9.1 points in a backup role with the Timberwolves. Crawford averaged 12.3 points last season.Crawford was the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year in 2009-10 with the Hawks and also in 2013-14 and 2015-16 while with the Clippers. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error