SeaTwirl is primarily intended for use in offshore commercial wind farms, but there are other interesting areas of use too.
It is estimated that this market will increase dramatically in the future. Energy experts estimate that 7% to 11% of Europe’s electricity will be generated by offshore wind by 2030. With its unique set of features for wind farm owners, SeaTwirl is poised to play a role in this development.
Islands and remote locations
Supplies of power are uncertain in many remote locations and demand for locally-produced power is rising. SeaTwirl can offer a steady supply of energy and a greener profile to hotels and other stakeholders in the tourist industry.
Other potential off-grid users are fish farms. They require power on a smaller scale to deliver electricity to feeders and pumps.