Exclusive: Can OWLC's concrete gravity tripod offer an alternative for fixed bottom offshore wind?

UK-based OWLC is hoping to challenge the dominance of monopile offshore substructures with a novel gravity tripod concept in full concrete. Eize de Vries hears more from the company's CEO, Matt Bleasdale.

by Eize de Vries
A fully assembled gravity tripod for a 14-16MW-plus class turbine will weigh around 7,500-8,500 tonnes
A fully assembled gravity tripod for a 14-16MW-plus class turbine will weigh around 7,500-8,500 tonnes

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