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30+ YEAR LIFE-TIME

HURRICANE RESISTANT

FAST AND EASY INSTALLATION

NO BLADE PITCH MECHANISM

SEAWIND – LOWEST COST OFFSHORE ENERGY GENERATION

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SEAWIND TURBINE

The core wind turbine technology with characteristic two blade teetering hinge “helicopter” design emanates from NASA.
Seawind eliminates failure-prone components, utilises long-lasting components and integrates modular components that can be replaced quickly and easily to improve uptime  and lower cost. The at least 30% lighter Seawind solution delivers an LCOE below €0.05 per kWh.

 

● Reduction of single-points-of-failure

● Designed for maintenance with removable parts

● Safe access by boat and helicopter

● Passive emergency stop system

● Hurricane horizontal parking

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CONCRETE SUPPORT STRUCTURE

Seawind uses concrete foundations with steel towers, engineered by Dr. Olav Olsen SA (Norway) for water depths of between 40 and 90 metres. Concrete is inexpensive and lasts a lifetime whilst it allows for fast and easy float-over installation of our systems. 

 

● Longer lifespan for extended and higher investment returns

● Seawind has both fixed and floating solutions

● Fast and cost-effective installation of the complete offshore system

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INDUSTRIAL ASSEMBLY LINE

The final step in achieving our ambitious low cost levels is through industrializing the Seawind Offshore Energy System. Seawind produces the structures onshore, completes the system with the nacelle and rotor and installs the complete, mounted systems. This saves precious installation time and cost.

 

● Assembly line process for the offshore wind energy market

● Reduced build-out time of less than one year

● No special and costly installation vessels necessary

● Reduced risk and enhanced capital recovery

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Offshore wind is a renewable energy source with significant undeveloped potential due to the high costs of the current offshore wind technology and the limited initial availability of onshore sites