Stiesdal's floating solution operational

Stiesdal's floating wind project is now connected to the Norwegian power grid, with the next phase of the demonstration project also underway.

Photo: Stiesdal

After the TetraSpar Demonstrator foundation this summer went on its maiden voyage from Grenaa in Denmark to Stavanger in Norway, the floating wind technology has now entered operation.

TetraSpar has been connected to the Norwegian power grid, where the next period will see collection of data and characteristics, aiming to pave the way for floating wind projects on a commercial scale.

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