- Jun 27, 2022 5:04 pm GMT
Lots of discussion around Floating Wind at #rukgow22 in Manchester last week. Let's see how this innovative concept progresses.
The curious design is said to allow for a lighter structure and a better distribution of the load, reducing installation and maintenance operations.
In addition, the wind turbine’s anchoring system allows it to change its position naturally to face the wind, optimizing costs and maximizing its performance.
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