The EDP platform departs from the outer port of Ferrol

    The semi-submersible platform, built for an EDP marine park, set off, last Saturday, towards the Portuguese waters from the outer port of Ferrol, where the corresponding wind turbine was placed in recent months. The structure of offshore wind, belonging to the Windfloat project, was manufactured at the Fene shipyard by Navantia and Windar Renovables. The EDP marine park, one hundred meters deep, will be located in the waters of Viana do Castelo. It will have three wind turbines, located on as many semi-submersible platforms. At this time, Navantia and Windar are manufacturing five other similar structures for a Scottish marine park at the Perlío plant.

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Navantia Australia presents the new JSS at the international fair PACIFIC 2019

    Last week the international PACIFIC 2019 fair was held in Sydney, where Navantia Australia presented its new support vessel called JSS (Joint Support Ship or Joint Support Ship). The JSS has been completely designed in the new center that the Australian subsidiary of the Spanish public company opened last year in the Antipodes. It has a curious and very capable design by combining, on the same platform, up to 70% of the loading capacity of the HMAS Choules landing ship and 70% of the AOR HMAS Success fuel transport capacity. To achieve this combination, the design team of Navantia Australia has departed from the plans of the Galicia class in service with the Spanish Navy.

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Navantia Puerto Real will deliver the fourth pretrolero of Ibaizábal on July 10

    Navantia will deliver the next July 10, the fourth and last tanker manufactured in Navantia Puerto Real for the shipowner Ibaizábal. The ship, which left the dry dock last March, has successfully completed the navigation tests that it has carried out throughout June, according to this newspaper. In its construction, 20,144 tons of steel have been used. It measures 274 meters in length, 48 in beam, and 23.7 in depth. Its load capacity amounts to 175,000 cubic meters of oil. The first of the tankers, Mount Udala, was delivered in March of last year. Just four months later, Monte Urbasa arrived, manufactured in just nine months. In January 2019 it was the turn of Monte Urquiola, which preceded Monte Ulía. In April, this shipyard began the construction of twenty supports for a marine wind farm in Scotland, which ...

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Countdown to the premiere of East Anglia One

  The offshore wind farm, East Anglia One, which Iberdrola is building in the British North Sea and which, when it becomes operational in 2020, will become the second largest in the world with an output of 714 megawatts (MW). The construction of the park, which is the largest renewable energy project of a Spanish company with a record investment of 2,500 million pounds (about 2,800 million euros), has entered its final phase with the start this weekend of the assembly of the 102 wind turbines, manufactured by Siemens Gamesa, which will be located about 50 kilometers from the English coast of Suffolk. The installation of the turbines, of 7MW each, will continue until April next year, when the start-up phase will begin, with the connection of the machines, to finish producing and supplying clean energy to the network British ...

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