Naval Energies, a frontrunner in Marine Renewable Energies in France and Hitachi Zosen Corporation, a number one developer and producer of renewable energies in Japan, introduced their cooperation within the subject of floating wind power.
The challenge between the 2 corporations is predicated on a feasibility research to collectively design and construct floating wind generators with a capability of a number of hundred megawatts utilizing Naval Energies’ semi-submersible floater resolution off the Japanese coast.
Takashi Fujita, General Manager of Wind Power Business Unit at Hitachi Zosen Corporation mentioned: “Among all floaters developed on this planet, we take into account that Naval Energies’ semi-submersible floater, which has many benefits, is among the finest in the marketplace. We recognize that Naval Energies is taking part with us on this feasibility research and we hope that Naval Energies and Hitachi Zosen will
contribute to the event of an industrial floating wind power business in Japan.”
Laurent Schneider-Maunoury, President of Naval Energies mentioned: “We are very proud to have been chosen by Hitachi Zosen for this research and stay up for persevering with our collaboration with the target of turning into an industrial accomplice for the design and manufacture of floaters. The environmental situations in Japan are very beneficial for the set up of this expertise and we’ve all the mandatory know-how for the native growth of this new industrial sector. We hope that this step is the primary of a long-lasting and fruitful collaboration between our two corporations.”
(Source: Naval Energies)
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