Our incoming CEO (joins no later than March 1 next year) is happy https://t.co/a9FudRa8Ah
Nov 29 2022 2:52am
He will be elected on an extra general meeting December 22. All documents related to that can be found (in Swedish)… https://t.co/pBED2d1iOH
Nov 29 2022 2:33am
Great news! Wind industry pioneer Dr Mike Anderson has been nominated to join SeaTwirl's board of directors.… https://t.co/LzxsGRaTNN
Nov 29 2022 2:31am
SeaTwirl is developing a 1 MW rated capacity SeaTwirl S2x, which is scheduled for completion by 2023. Its ambition is to sell its first commercial unit to a leading energy company and establish a floating offshore wind farm in 2025.
SeaTwirl has a unique solution for floating wind power. Each part of the wind turbine is a proven technology. Most floating concepts being tested are of the traditional type of horizontal-axis turbines mounted on some form of floating structure. There is much to suggest that vertical-axis wind turbines are more suitable for the marine environment than traditional horizontal-axis wind turbines. The simplicity of the design and low center of gravity are the great advantages. Few moving parts, which are easily accessible because they are located close to the water surface, lowering the total operation cost of the wind turbine. Service and maintenance costs are also minimized, which is a key consideration for wind turbine owners. SeaTwirl has built and launched a 30 kW prototype, SeaTwirl S1, which has proven to be very stable in operation withstanding major storms.
SeaTwirl now wants to build a larger model, SeaTwirl S2x, with an installed turbine capacity of 1 MW to demonstrate the concept and the advantages of a larger system.
SeaTwirl’s great advantages are its simple, robust and cost-effective design, leading to lower service and maintenance costs compared with other traditional horizontal axis wind turbines. SeaTwirl will deliver a competitive solution for future sustainable power generation.
The LAS MkII Scintillometer by Kipp & Zonen can detect sensible heat fluxes over long distances, up to 4.5km.
The Vocus CI-TOF from TOFWERK provides real-time chemical ionization measurements.
The Hiden LAS provides leak analysis of sealed packages.
Ahead of The Greener Manufacturing Show in Cologne on the 9th and 10th of November 2022, AZoCleanTech spoke with Peter Sarno, event director of the show, about the push for sustainable industrial solutions.
Following on from the Contamination & Geotech Expo, AZoCleantech speaks with Barnaby Hayward from P&D Marine Services about his involvement in the clean technology sector and the company’s innovative water management solution - the Jellyfishbot.
Vijay Madlani - Katrick Technologies
AZoCleantech speaks to the Co-CEO of Katrick Technologies to discuss the company's innovative wind panel solution designed with aerofoils to harness energy that can be routed directly to the grid or battery system.