Seawind Ocean Technology has announced a collaboration with Singapore-based SeaTech Solutions International on the design of semi-submersible floating platforms.
Under the agreement, SeaTech will provide Seawind with the basic design of the semi-submersible floating platform in accordance with international standards and specifications.
Once the basic draft is finalized, SeaTech will then provide a complete design package of the semi-submersible floating platforms, which will include detailed design, 3D modeling and the full set of construction drawings.
The semi-submersible floating platforms are a key part of Seawind’s integrated approach to fabricating the floating concrete foundations and then lifting and assembling the tower, nacelle and blades of its floating offshore units, the company said.
Seawind has developed exclusive two-blade floating wind turbines integrated with a floating concrete structure suitable for installation in all seas, including cyclonic regions and ultra-deep waters.
Earlier this year, the company signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Petrofac, under which the two will collaborate on the delivery of the first floating concessions for offshore wind power plants, initially in the Mediterranean Sea and later in other sites. European and global. , as well as working on the electrification of other offshore energy assets.
The deal will see Petrofac support system design verification and provide project management/EPCM services as part of the company’s first 6.2MW floating offshore wind demonstrator, to be deployed in the waters. Europeans in 2024.
Dutch company Seawind said on April 15 that it had started obtaining the necessary permits for a turbine production and assembly facility in a port area in Italy, where the first newly designed semi-submersible floating platform should be deployed and commissioned in the fourth quarter of 2024.
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