The Demowfloat project, supported by FP7 of the European Commission, gathers 12 entities of 5 different countries who aim to test and monitor the performance of a offshore wind integrated system, named WindFloat®.
WindFloat® enables harnessing wind power at sea in deep water (depths greater than 40 m) for conversion to clean renewable electrical energy.
This prototype project is located 6 km offshore Póvoa de Varzim (Portugal), at a depth of about 42 m. The closest villages are Aguçadoura and Apúlia.
On the 08th of July the Demowfloat project launched the project’s Dissemination Centre in Póvoa de Varzim, Portugal. At the Diana Bar, Póvoa de Varzim, diverse information about the Demowfloat project and the WindFloat® technology is now available. The exhibition will be open to the public for free until July 2015.
Demowfloat had its second workshop (English spoken) in Ostend, Belgium on the 2nd of July 2014, in the frame of the event Clustering the Future – a new opportunity for business development: current practices & strategies (Flemish spoken) organized by Greenbridge and Power-Link Universiteit Gent.
Demowfloat will have its second workshop (English spoken) in Ostend, Belgium on the 2nd of July 2014, in the frame of the event "Clustering the Future - a new opportunity for business development: current practices & strategies" (Flemish spoken) organized by Greenbridge and Power-Link Universiteit Gent.
Principle Power is pleased to announce the recent appointment of João Metelo as the Chief Operating Officer and acting Chief Financial Officer.
Principle Power, Inc. is pleased to announce The U.S. Department of Energy today selected the WindFloat Pacific project for up to $47 million in matching grant funding to accelerate development of the 30-megawatt floating offshore wind farm proposed for the deep waters off Coos Bay, Oregon.
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) today released its finding that there are no competitive interests for the offshore area of Oregon where Principle Power has requested a commercial lease for its “WindFloat Pacific” project.
Principle Power’s WindFloat Pacific Project Unsolicited Lease Request Determined Complete by BOEM (Principle Power, 01/10/2013)
On the 9th of July 2013 a Public Session about the WindFloat project took place at Apúlia (Esponsende region), Portugal. This event gave the participants an update of the latest news about the offshore wind turbine WindFloat in Portugal. Presentations now available.
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