80 percent of the available wind resources in Europe are in waters deeper than 60 meters. With floating wind power those resources can be tapped, and the technology can thus play a key role in helping EU reach its 2030 climate goals.
News & Media
SeaTwirl has signed a Letter of Intent with specialist companies within offshore and solar power with the aim of together offer select niche markets with electricity from floating wind and solar power. For SeaTwirl, this is an exciting opportunity for a quicker path to revenues.
SeaTwirl and Siemens have entered into a cooperation agreement which takes SeaTwirl closer to the goal of becoming a leader in floating wind power. SeaTwirl and Siemens are looking forward to a long-term cooperation focused on the technical parts of a floating wind turbine.
The first floating wind farm in the world performed better than expected during its first three months of operation, according to the owner Statoil who now aims to reduce costs. However, SeaTwirl wind turbines offer even greater opportunities for reduced costs.