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Wind: Offshore Developers & Operators

A vital part of the global drive towards renewable energy, the Offshore Wind industry stands as a testament to the immense potential of sustainable power generation.

The sector, already contributing a substantial proportion to the global renewable energy mix, has experienced a significant uptick over the past decade.

 

As of 2023, offshore wind farms have a combined capacity of over 40 GW worldwide, a figure projected to increase exponentially over the coming years. This upward trend is supported by advancements in technology making offshore wind energy increasingly efficient and cost-effective. 

 

An exciting development in the industry is the emergence of floating foundations for offshore wind turbines. This innovative technology unlocks the potential for wind farms in waters too deep for traditional bottom-fixed structures, opening up vast new territories for renewable energy generation. At DIS/CREADIS, we’re proud to have already provided pioneering engineering solutions in this nascent field, reinforcing our commitment to innovation and sustainability.

 

Navigating the Offshore Wind industry comes with significant opportunities, as well as unique challenges. For developers, owners, and operators looking to venture into or expand within this dynamic sector. With over 25 years of wind engineering experience, DIS/CREADIS is well-positioned to help your overcome the unique challenges of the offshore wind industry. We acknowledge the intricate nature of grid integration and the design of electrical infrastructures and offer our expert advice to ensure your offshore wind farm is effectively incorporated into the grid.

 

We also support your offshore wind operations & maintenance across its entire lifecycle. From aiding in equipment selection to implementing predictive maintenance planning, we utilize state-of-the-art digitalization tools, including advanced analytics, AI, and machine learning. The end goal is to bring significant reductions in downtime, operational expenditure (OPEX), and the Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE).

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Why DIS/CREADIS

In the rapidly evolving offshore wind sector, DIS/CREADIS leverages over 25 years of wind engineering experience to help developers, owners, and operators navigate the unique challenges of this industry. Our expertise ranges from grid integration to innovative floating foundation design, reflecting our commitment to sustainability and innovation.

 

We support the entire lifecycle of your onshore wind operations, leveraging cutting-edge digital tools to minimize downtime and costs, making your renewable energy solutions more competitive and efficient. With DIS/CREADIS, you gain a dedicated partner that facilitates your growth in the offshore wind industry.

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