Siemens Gamesa is a leading supplier of wind power solutions to customers all over the globe. A key player and innovative pioneer in the renewable energy sector, who has installed products and technology in more than 90 countries, with a total capacity base of over 84 GW and 25,000 employees. Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy was created in April 2017, with the merger of Gamesa Corporación Tecnológica and Siemens Wind Power. Together, Siemens Wind Power and Gamesa are a leader in the renewable energy industry.
Ideol is a company fully dedicated to developing floating offshore wind. Its main successes include the deployment of two prototypes, one in France, one in Japan. Its integrated team allows to address internally all technical aspects of floating wind projects and technology development. This results in original solutions developed efficiently. Ideol has also enlarged its activities to wind farms project development, which allows projects to benefit from Ideol’s team unique understanding of floating wind technology, from design to performance, maintenance and construction works.
ORE Catapult is the UK’s flagship technology innovation and research centre for advancing wind, wave and tidal energy. It is a leading, independent, cross-disciplined research and development platform serving utility companies, developers, manufacturers and investors in new energy technologies. In partnership with industry, it is achieving new breakthroughs in the design, deployment and commercialisation of renewable energy technologies, shaping the future through innovation. Its staff has a wide range of practical experience to support the development and testing facilities at ORE Catapult, helping to bridge the gap between innovation and commercialisation.
Eire is an innovative design, manufacturing and testing company, involved in lightweight, high performance fibre-reinforced composite materials, with an international blue-chip customer base of over 70 companies in the aerospace, renewable energy and automotive sectors. The company has established accredited composites manufacturing and testing facilities in Galway, Ireland and has significant intellectual property in manufacturing and tooling for composite materials. It was originally a spin-out from NUI Galway and retains a very strong research and innovation focus.
GDG is an engineering consultancy with specialist knowledge in offshore geotechnics including traditional limit state design and advanced numerical modelling for various offshore structures such as monopile supported wind turbines, jackets, gravity bases, floating platforms and jack-up platform maintenance vessels.
Siemens Gamesa is a leading supplier of wind power solutions to customers all over the globe. A key player and innovative pioneer in the renewable energy sector, who has installed products and technology in more than 90 countries, with a total capacity base of over 84 GW and 25,000 employees. The Danish team is involved on skills related to rotor performance and floating wind turbine designs.
The Maritime Research Institute Netherlands (MARIN) is dedicated to furthering maritime understanding
and knowledge since 1932. It is an internationally recognised authority on ship and offshore hydrodynamics,
involved in frontier breaking research programmes for governments, the maritime and offshore
industry, and navies. It provides testing services, simulation & training consultancy. It has a cluster of the
largest dedicated maritime research facilities in the world, comprising array of basins, simulation tools,
measurement equipment and production tools.