Proud Sponsors of the 2018 forum:
Founded in 2011, CETEAL is the subsidiary of MAREAL specialized in structural engineering for the Marine Renewable Energy sector. Strong of its offshore experience, CETEAL is involved in every stage of a project, from feasibility to detailed engineering through construction drawings. It is very important for us not to standardize our designs and always adapt to construction and site specifications. That is why R?D is very important to us and why we developed XCF, a concrete floating structure designed for turbines up to 12 MW. XCF’s simple design and material make it a reliable and cost-efficient solution.
Ince & Co is an international law firm. The Energy & Infrastructure Group works alongside clients to support and defend their commercial interests in oil, gas, renewables and power. Our specialist renewables lawyers represent leading international contractors, service companies, developers and operators on the full spectrum of renewable energy projects from the drafting and negotiation of contracts, financing of assets and projects through to dispute resolution. Our lawyers have advised on over half the offshore wind farm projects in the UK, as well as various operational and planned projects in Germany, Denmark, Belgium, The Netherlands and France.
LIC Energy is a specialist offshore consultancy focussed on the renewables sector. Operating out of Bristol, in the UK, LIC Energy is the counterpart to LIC Engineering A/S of Denmark, together known as LIC. LIC have an extensive track record in offshore wind, with considerable experience in the floating wind market. LIC recently launched a combined service offering with Principia of France, which provides clients with full geographical coverage across the globe, and from top to bottom of your fixed or floating support structures. This includes fully coupled aero-elastic analyses, mooring simulations, cost-modelling, fabrication advice and geotechnical design.
EOLOS Floating Lidar Solutions provides turn-key wind resource campaigns via a cost-effective, accurate and reliable floating LiDAR system. Quickly accruing references with the key European developers across the North Sea, Baltic Sea and the Mediterranean over one or two-year campaigns, the product has been recognised by the UK´s Carbon Trust and DNV-GL floating lidar roadmap as a bankable provider of both wind and ocean data. Crucially, the lower capex and ease of installation permits swift and flexible operations at a fraction of the cost of a conventional bottom fixed met mast.
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