Seawind’s innovative high-performing wind turbines
The Gamma 60 onshore two-bladed wind turbine (1.5 MW) has demonstrated the viability of Seawind’s patented technology (certified by DNV in December 2019).
The next steps in the continuous validation of our technology is the construction of a Seawind 6.2 MW floating turbine to be commissioned in 2024 (TRL 7) and certified after 12 months of operations. As a next step, our teams are developing an 18 MW turbine to be deployed in 2026.
Turbine Technical Specification table
Upwind twin blade technology
Increasing generation efficiency and improving rotor stability
Decoupling shaft from rotor, protecting the turbine from harmful loads
Active yaw control, higher speed
No pitching. Optimizing power output and a reduced turbine head weight
Ease of assembly and installation
Towing by tug and straight-forward anchoring, reducing installation cost and risk
Simple, robust design
Reducing CAPEX and OPEX
50 year life span, minimizing LCOE
Designed for a life span of fifty years, with 1 major turbine refurbishment: minimizing LCOE
The right technology at the right time
To help the world decarbonize and to access the untapped offshore floating and bottom fixed depths, Seawind has matured technologies that are now ready to be deployed.
We have made, and will continue to make, significant investments into wind farm projects and construction and assembly facilities to enable our technologies to become commercially available in the next few years.