Marine Power Systems are proud sponsors of the world’s largest event dedicated to floating offshore wind turbines. It is an incredibly exciting time for the sector and floating technologies will play a critical role on the pathway to Net Zero.
FOWT2021, Floating Offshore Wind Turbines, St Malo, France, 16th – 18th November 2021
Marine Power Systems is well positioned to address this opportunity and realise the full benefits from floating offshore wind through its market leading floating platform solution. Marine Power Systems’ unique and patented platform technology offers best in class cost compared with its peers due to the significantly reduced system mass. Moreover, its modular and flexible design, enables optimum local content delivery through a decentralised logistics model. These benefits provide utility scale developers maximum flexibility between reducing cost and increasing local economic benefits, whilst in parallel accelerating farm deployment at scale.
These benefits are also relevant to other markets Marine Power Systems serve including oil and gas, and green hydrogen production. In oil and gas, our floating wind platform can help operators decarbonise the production process and displace fossil fuels typically used offshore. The market for green hydrogen production is developing quickly. Marine Power Systems is in prime position to support this market, not only in terms of providing electrons, but also by offering a stable, robust floating platform where hydrogen molecules can be produced, stored and transferred to market.
Should you want to learn more about Marine Power Systems’ technology, our commercialisation roadmap or pre-commercial deployments, please come and visit our stand at FOWT2021 or get in touch to book a meeting with Martin Carruth at email@example.com.
We look forward to meeting developers, partners and suppliers alike in St Malo at FOWT2021.