A floating wind farm planned for offshore eastern Scotland could become the world’s first combined floating wind and green hydrogen project. The 200 MW Salamander floating wind project is being developed by
WindFloat Atlantic, 20 kilometers off the coast of Viana do Castello, Portugal, has become the world’s first offshore wind farm to be in class with a classification society, after its three 8.4
U.S. offshore wind development is picking up pace, with the Biden administration doing everything open to it to remove kinks from the regulatory pipeline. With multiple Atlantic Coast projects moving along, the
The Business Network for Offshore Wind today published its Offshore Wind Policy Brief: The U.S. Opportunity in Floating Offshore Wind. The brief comes on the heels of the Biden administration’s recent announcement
THE GREEN ISSUE HAS ARRIVED! This issue of Marine Log magazine includes several in-depth features on floating wind, green technology, environmental initiatives of ports and terminals, ballast water treatment systems, and LNG
Mid-2022 could see the first offshore wind lease sale for a Wind Energy Area (WEA) off the coast of California, opening the way for the first floating wind farms off the U.S.
An active ballast control system designed to improve the stability of floating offshore wind platforms has gained Lloyd’s Register (LR) Approval in Principle. The system has been developed by Madrid, Spain, headquartered