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...
A consortium led by TNO has launched a study on new, floating and flexible solar energy systems. The system of flexible floating units with flexible solar panels mounted on them has been installed over recent days in the Fieldlab Green Economy Westvoorne in...
Oceans of Energy and The Seaweed Company have installed offshore solar and seaweed farms at the North Sea Farmers Test Site, twelve kilometres off the coast of Scheveningen. The farms use the same space to generate solar energy and grow seaweed at the same time. It...
Oceans of Energy, a consortium of six Dutch companies, has installed the first modules of the world’s first offshore floating solar farm in the Dutch North Sea, fifteen kilometres off the coast of Scheveningen. The system has been generating energy since November and...
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