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Reported by Ideol on 19 September 2018

Ideol's first demonstrator is delivering power to the grid

The connection of the electricity export cable and a final series of tests carried out in recent days enabled the Floatgen wind turbine, which is installed 22 km off Le Croisic (Loire-Atlantique), to become fully operational on Tuesday 18 September.

(Courtesy of Ideol SA)

This announcement is a highly symbolic step for Ideol, because this wind turbine is the first operational unit of the floating foundation concept patented by the company. A second unit of the Ideol foundation will soon be operational off Japan.

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Ideol SA. Press release - Ideol's first demonstrator is delivering power to the grid. URL: https://www.ideol-offshore.com/en/ideols-first-demonstrator-delivering-power-gri.... [Date Accessed: 01/10/2018].

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