Limiting the risks is a key to make floating wind projects profitable and accessible.
DIETSWELL has therefore been designing the TrussFloat with several key drivers. One of the main objectives is to limit the risks during each phase of the product lifecycle.
Floating wind has basically consisted of a floater with the standard wind turbine. This emerging form of power is perceived as an extension of two industries. On one side of the wind turbine comes from 50 years of onshore developments, and today, it has been 20 years of offshore wind on fixed foundations. On the other side, the floating technology has been mastered for 50 years by the Oil & Gas industry, with large and similar development.
DIETSWELL experience lies with the early offshore projects. And DIETSWELL has been showed the important activities in offshore and floating solutions since its creation in 2000. Thus the TrussFloat is a natural inheritance of years of technological progress, which limits the risks.
Before opting for the most suited technology for floating wind, it is important to consider the main drivers.
As mentioned before, it is essential to limit the size of marine operations, which brings low costs but also risks at the same time.
The Truss float concept is as light as can be when it comes to the offshore operations.
DIETSWELL has been awarded an ADEME financing, after a call for the tender process. Several reviews are completed by the experts, not only who expressed the positive opinions but also about the commitment of DIETSWELL, who deliver a low-risk product.