Search results for: Offshoretronic

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  • 5 January 2023
    R&D, Technology, Vessels

    TSC Offshore Corporation, a subsidiary of the Hong Kong-based CMIC Ocean En-Tech Holding, and Offshoretronic have signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly develop and commercialize a solution aimed at changing the traditional methods of installing monopiles on offshore wind farms. The next generation offshore wind turbine units between 15-20 MW capacities are expected to […]

  • 21 September 2022
    R&D, Vessels

    Barcelona-based WinDecom has unveiled a new vessel design for the installation of the next-generation XXXL monopiles that weigh up to 5,000 tonnes. According to the company, the shortage of installation vessels has increased, and with the availability of wind turbines of up to 20 MW by 2030, radical vessel design measures are needed. The new […]

  • 20 October 2020

    Offshoretronic has unveiled a dual crane wind turbine installation vessel design and a novel concept called ADD-ON Installation Support Tower, which can be fitted onto the vessel. The company, headquartered in Spain, said that this transportation and installation method could provide large cost savings by utilising the same monohull crane vessel for installing all kinds […]

  • 29 November 2021
    R&D, Technology

    Barcelona-based Offshoretronic S.L. and its new Asian partner have unveiled a new fixed bottom foundation design which is said to be fully scalable and future-proof for wind turbines of over 20 MW capacity installed in water depths of up to 90 metres. The newly developed TRIPOD “PLUS ©” foundation is said to be adaptable to […]

  • 30 July 2021

    After unveiling its dual crane wind turbine installation solution for turbines of up to 11 MW last year, Offshoretronic has now introduced vessel design for the installation of the next-generation, ultra long XXL monopiles that will support wind turbines of up to 20 MW. The vessel design involves conversion of obsolete ultra-deepwater (UDW) drillships. Offshoretronic’s Project […]

  • 16 February 2016

    Spanish company Offshoretronic has informed that it designed the first wind farm installation vessel (WTIV) concept based on the conversion of the Samsung 10.000 DP Deepwater Drillship. According to the company, the newly designed vessel, named Sustainable Installer I, and installation method will have a 30% faster installation time compared to the older wind turbine installation jack-up vessels. The Sustainable […]

  • 2 November 2020 brings you the ten most-read articles on the site for the month of October 2020. Crane for Next-Gen Offshore Wind Turbines Coming to Market The Netherlands-based Tetrahedron has developed a new crane for next-generation offshore wind turbines, said to be designed to fit on both existing and new jack-up vessels. Construction Starts on World’s […]