RWE and FibreMax Team Up on Advancing Synthetic Mooring Technology for Floating Wind

Synthetic mooring solutions provider FibreMax has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with RWE to advance the development and support of synthetic mooring technology for use in floating wind generation.

The Netherlands-based FibreMax said it aims to bring to the table its extensive knowledge and experience in the development, design and manufacturing of unique and patented synthetic mooring solutions.

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”We are proud of this MoU with RWE as this is a very important step for FibreMax and will not only enhance the overall efficiency but also contribute to the sustainability and potentially local production opportunities,” said Sander van Helvoort, Director Renewable Energy at FibreMax.

The MoU outlines a shared commitment to research and development, as well as the exploration of innovative methods to further reduce the cost of mooring solutions for (ultra) deep water and local production opportunities.

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Chris Willow, Head of Floating Wind Development, RWE Offshore Wind, said: ”It’s important to further develop and grow the supply chain for floating wind, in order to leverage its full potential. Working with forward-thinking and innovative companies like FibreMax helps unlock this potential.”


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