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The tests were conducted on a 1/44 scale MSPAR model at the Océanide facilities in South-East France and lasted for three weeks.

According to the developers, the results regarding the stability and behavior of the model during transport, installation and in-place conditions were well within industry standards and parameters and the concept is now ready for an Approval in Principle (AIP) and a full-scale prototype.

The companies, which signed a joint technology development agreement in December 2021, have fast-tracked the development of the concept and aim to complete Basic Design and certification principle by the end of 2022 and present a full-scale demonstrator to the market in the next two years.  Floating Wind and Hydrogen

 

 

 

 

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