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BlueFloat and Euroports Forge Offshore Wind Alliance

Euroports and Spain’s BlueFloat Energy have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to advance cooperation in ports infrastructure and supply chain for the delivery of offshore wind in Europe.

Euroports plays an indispensable role in the logistics and infrastructure framework essential for the thriving wind turbine industry, said BlueFloat Energy.

As the world increasingly turns to cleaner energy sources, the collaboration between Euroports and BlueFloat Energy exemplifies the kind of forward-thinking partnership that will pave the way for a more sustainable and resilient energy future,” said Carlos Martin, CEO of BlueFloat Energy.

The signing of the MoU between BlueFloat and Euroports marks a significant milestone in our shared commitment to sustainable energy solutions,” said Frédéric Platini, Chairman & CEO Euroports Group.

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With a focus on floating wind technologies, BlueFloat Energy’s portfolio of both bottom-fixed and floating projects comprises 34.1 GW of planned capacity in ten countries across the globe e.g. Spain, France, ItalyScotlandAustralia, New ZealandTaiwan, and Colombia.

In terms of other news coming from BlueFloat, the company, together with its partner Renantis, recently submitted the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report for the Kailia Energia floating offshore wind project in Italy. Kailia Energia floating offshore wind project will feature up to 78 wind turbines with a maximum expected installed capacity of 1,170 MW.

When it comes to Euroports, the company is one of the leading port infrastructure operators with a wide footprint of more than 50 port terminals strategically located on key trade routes in Europe and Asia, according to BlueFloat.


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