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CWind and ORE Catapult Drive UK Offshore Wind Technology Innovation

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CWind, part of the Global Marine Group (GMG), has signed a Collaboration Agreement with the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult, the UK’s offshore renewable energy innovation center. The agreement demonstrates CWind’s long-term commitment to develop solutions to overcome the challenges faced by the UK offshore renewables sector, using innovation and technology to drive change.
CWind and ORE Catapult Drive UK Offshore Wind Technology Innovation

Together, the two companies will focus on delivering applied research projects and accelerating technology development, aimed at improving health and safety, the operational performance of offshore renewable assets and reducing risk and cost.

Over the last 12 months, CWind and ORE Catapult have established a strong relationship, leveraging their respective strengths and capabilities, and have planned multiple projects for 2019, including the exploration of an engineered corrosion protection solution, and an in-field communication solution.

Furthermore, CWind has joined the Offshore Wind Innovation Hub’s (OWIH) Technical Advisory Group. The OWIH, a joint initiative by ORE Catapult and the Knowledge Transfer Network, is focused on offshore wind energy cost reduction and maximizing UK economic impact. CWind will play a key role in shaping the initiative’s O&M and Electrical Infrastructure Technology Roadmaps, identifying the innovation needs of the sector.

Ian Bryan, interim Managing Director of CWind, said, “Being part of the Global Marine Group, we are proud to be at the forefront of subsea engineering across multiple markets, and are passionate about championing new technologies and digital advances to drive efficiencies and improvements for customers.”

Chris Hill, ORE Catapult’s Operational Performance Director, added, “With CWind’s strong and proven background in engineering, I am confident that together we can deliver new research, technology and development projects that will support evolving offshore wind capabilities and generate significant economic benefit for the UK.”

Photo: The 7MW Levenmouth Demonstration Turbine enables companies to test & demonstrate innovative new technologies (Catapult)

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