The Anonymous Widower

Windeed’s Floater Solution Gets Bureau Veritas Nod

The title of this post, is the same as that of this article on

This is the sub-heading.

Bureau Veritas has granted Approval in Principle (AiP) to Sweden-based Windeed for its low-weight and low-acceleration floater solution for offshore wind turbines.

These three paragraphs fill in more details.

The AiP is a significant milestone in the development of Windeed’s technology, which could offer competitive prices and lower levelised cost of energy (LCOE) compared to other solutions on the market due to its industrialised manufacturing process, the developer said.

Bureau Veritas provided testing and assessment to ensure the solution is safe, reliable, and ready for deployment.

The approval in principle is a testament to the quality and innovation of the company’s technology.

I have been waiting some months for a new more efficient float for offshore wind turbines and then Gazelle Power Systems and Windeed turn up with designs on the same day.

Pictures of Gazelle’s design are available on their web site, but Windeed’s web site is text only, although it does say this.

Our purpose is to provide superior technology and industrialization of floating offshore wind power, lowering costs and environmental impact, to meet the need of more and clean energy.

I wouldn’t be surprised to see other designs!

April 5, 2023 - Posted by | Energy | , , , ,

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