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NAUTILUS attending Offshore Wind Energy 2017, London ExCeL International Exhibition Centre

 

 

 

 

This summer, WindEurope and RenewableUK are joining forces to host Offshore Wind Energy 2017, the largest offshore wind conference and exhibition in the world.

In NAUTILUS Floating Solutions we did not wanted to miss this opportunity joining the event, therefore you could visit us at the stand NC-40 from the 6th to the 8th of June in London.

In addition, the Offshore Wind Energy 2017, organized a competition where a wide sample of technical posters related to marine wind energy were launched.

During the whole event, delegates and visitors were able to see the posters exhibited in the Conference room.

NAUTILUS, together with Tecnalia & Ramboll Wind Germany submitted the poster entitled “Design procedure for the NAUTILUS floating offshore wind semi-submergible substructure”. It details the approach of Nautilus for the basic design of a floating structure, whose fesaibililtyhas already been proven in two experimental campaigns, and that describes both, the substructure and the station maintenance system.

In this picture we can see Jose Ignacio Hormaeche, General Director of the Basque Country Energy Cluster, and NAUTILUS, Raúl Rodríguez, Technical Director and Jesús M. Busturia, Managing Director, next to the poster that TECNALIA presented on the NAUTILUS technology.

The NAUTILUS team wants to thank all those who came to our stand and invite them to the next WindEurope Conference & Exhitibion 2017 event that will take place in Amsterdam from 28 to 30 November, where we invite you to visit our stand.

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