Northern Europe can be proud of its well-developed offshore wind supply chain and unique track record.
Two leading figures at the forefront of foundation developments speak out on the viability of XL and XXL monopiles. Hear from Peter Rindebæk of Bladt Industries and Søren Juel Petersen of Ramboll.
SEA INSTALLER transports no fewer than eight 3.6 MW topsides at a time for installation far from shore.
The biggest mobilisation we have ever attempted – both in time, effort and sheer number of people.
Super-sized monopiles are a tough challenge for the offshore wind supply chain. But where will it end?
Thousands of jack-ups. No leg bends, no punch-throughs. It’s proof that the impossible can be done.
New funding arises as the compelling business case for offshore wind becomes more widely recognised.
No one likes a turbine whose blades aren’t spinning. When it does happen, select the best tool for the job.
Kaj Lindvig resigned his position with A2SEA at the end of August, after 12 years with the company.
On 1 September, Kirsten Bank Christensen started as Head of Group HSEQ at A2SEA.
A2SEA site office in Qidong, China, where SEA CHALLENGER, hobbies, and a historic model all meet.
“Where there’s a team, there’s a way.” Clockwork-like coordination is the name of the game at Gwynt y Môr.