Innovations in integrated floating offshore wind systems
25th February, 15:00 to 16:30 CET
Floating offshore wind is no longer confined to the laboratory: it’s a viable technology ready to be rolled out on an industrial scale. Not only has the technology for floating offshore wind reached maturity, costs are also predicted to plummet with the development of the first commercial projects.
The COREWIND project aims at strengthening European leadership in floating offshore wind energy. To increase the competitiveness of the technology, project partners are working on the optimisation of mooring and anchoring systems as well as dynamic cables, allowing for enhanced performance. A part of the project will focus on testing the recommended innovative designs and optimisation parameters. The resulting recommendations are expected to facilitate the development of floating offshore wind energy, reducing risks and uncertainties, and contributing to lower LCOE (levelised cost of energy).
On 25 February, from 15:00 to 16:30 CET, Corewind partners will meet in an online event to discuss the latest results of the project. Join floating offshore experts from IREC, UPC, Esteyco, Ramboll and others to learn more!
Innosea‘s Project Manager, Valentin Arramounet, will be discussing Innosea’s work with project partner Esteyco, on an optimised mooring system for the ActiveFloat concrete semi-sub floater for the 15MW wind turbine.
Click here for the webinar agenda, and register for the event below.