Van Oord 'successfully tests' noise mitigation system

Hammering monopiles in to the seabed at offshore wind projects is typically a noisy process and potentially harmful to wildlife. But leading installer Van Oord has completed tests on a new system using acoustic resonators which may change that.

by Craig Richard
The NMS is currently designed for use in water depths of up to 45 metres
The NMS is currently designed for use in water depths of up to 45 metres

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