The offshore wind energy is facing multiple challenges, such as bureaucracy, rising cost, a lack of standardisation, and a shortage of workers. That is why participants of the Offshore Day that took place on 15 June call for complexity reduction. The Offshore Day,...
Belgian partners Jan De Nul, Tractebel, and DEME are introducing Seavolt, a new offshore floating photovoltaic (PV) technology. This technology is a result of joint R&D, combining the expertise of solar, environmental and offshore experts. Seavolt technology...
Through its partner Tokyu Land Corporation, SolarDuck has won a contract to build Japan’s first offshore floating solar demonstrator in Tokyo Bay. In addition to floating solar, the area will also be used to demonstrate automated sailing boat technology. The contract...
SolarDuck will build the world’s largest hybrid offshore floating solar power plant at the offshore wind park Hollandse Kust West VII, the Netherlands. The 5-MW demonstrator with innovative integrated energy storage solutions is to become operational in 2026....
RWE and the Dutch-Norwegian company SolarDuck have signed a collaboration agreement to develop the use of floating solar parks at sea. To accelerate the learnings on SolarDuck’s floating solar technology, RWE will invest in a first offshore pilot in the North Sea. The...
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