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Offshore Wind Applications

  • Unmanned surface vehicle solutions for offshore wind farm

    The use of a USV can assist in surveying a wind farm to obtain sufficient and reliable information on the nature of the seabed to permit a safe and economic design, the installation and maintenance, which helps developers achieve minimum investments and the highest efficiency.

    By OceanAlpha Group Ltd. based in Wan Chai, CHINA.

  • Wind monitoring for the offshore wind energy

    By Scientific Sales, Inc. based in Lawrenceville, NEW JERSEY (USA).

  • LIMPET Offshore Personnel Transfer System

    Limpet Technology is embarking on the development of a new access solution that focuses on allowing technicians and loads to transfer between vessels and offshore wind turbines more safely and in higher sea states. The overarching technical objective is to deliver a solution that can be proven to deliver safe and reliable access to and from offshore wind turbines in sea states up to and beyond 2.5 metres Significant Height (Hs).

    By Limpet Technology based in Edinburgh, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Robotic Technology for Offshore Wind & Renewables

    ULC Robotics supports the wind and renewable energy market through the application of our advanced robotic and aerial technology across solar and wind energy, both on- and off-shore. By developing and implementing robotic systems, AI and Machine Learning models and other technologies, we are able to provide enhanced data analytics for improved reliability and lower costs.

    By ULC Robotics based in Hauppauge, NEW YORK (USA).

  • Hydrokinetic Turbines for Energy efficiency management

    Predictable and reliable, hydrokinetic energy is a promising lever for the energy transition. HydroQuest has studied opportunities for hydrokinetic turbine development since 2010. Our ambition is to become a global reference in the development of innovative technology to harness hydrokinetic resources. This is a new alternative energy supply as promoted by the Energy Transition law to encourage renewable growth.

    By HydroQuest SAS based in Meylan, FRANCE.

  • Wind Turbines for Sailing Vessels & Marine Environment

    There are very few points on Earth were “grid’ Utility Power is available at sea. And with 71% of the world covered by water, we knew the Superwind turbine must be designed and manufactured to work in this environment – perhaps here more than any other. While our turbines have NOT be constructed to be submarines, they have been extremely marine hardened to include special saltwater corrosion resistant aluminum components, stainless steel axles and drive shaft, water-resistant sealed bearings and...

    By Superwind GmbH based in Brühl, GERMANY.

  • Engineering services for wind energy industry

    We offer expertise in the wind industry with experience at all scales of wind energy from micro turbines to offshore systems. As active members of the industry, we are represented on RenewableUK Standards Groups, IEC technical working groups and MCS working groups, developing standards and certification requirements for the industry.

    By Energy Technology Centre Ltd based in East Kilbride, UNITED KINGDOM.

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