Wattlab, located in Rotterdam, builds solar hatches for inland vessels in collaboration with the Belgian ship hatch manufacturer Blommaert. Wattlab covers both new and existing hatches with extremely thin solar panels for this purpose. Hans Heynen. This article...
After one year’s endeavour, 300+ hours of making parts behind the machines, 9000+ lines of coding, and ten weeks of laying the carbon fibre, Delft University of Technology’s (TU Delft’s) Hydro Motion Team finally finished its new “flying”...
Van Oord has signed partnership agreements with Heliorec and LexX, two start-ups scouted through the innovation platform PortXL. The first designs floating solar power plants, the second offers digital intelligence for optimised maintenance. Van Oord is one of 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...
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