Ingeteam is participating in the project for the first offshore wind turbine in Spain
Ingeteam is participating in the first bottom-fixed foundation offshore wind turbine prototype to be installed in Spain and the first of its kind in southern Europe. At the request of Estyco, the project leader, the Ingeteam business unit specializing in energy plant operation and maintenance, through its High Voltage department, was responsible for the supervision and analysis of the electrical work on the wind turbine. Specifically, Ingeteam worked on the connection of the medium voltage submarine cable for the transmission to land of the energy to be generated by the wind turbine and also on the manufacture of an exclusive part to secure the power cable. The prototype was partly funded by the European Union 2020 Horizon program.
Headed by the company Esteyco, within the framework of the Elican project, the 5 MW offshore wind turbine, built in the Port of Arinaga, is now moored off the coast of Jinamar, together with the Ocean Platform of the Canary Islands (Plocan). The energy produced will be transmitted to the Jinámar power station. This is groundbreaking technology for offshore renewables, permitting cost savings and making it possible to take its construction almost anywhere.
This project is yet another step forward in the positioning of the company in the offshore sector, complementing the activity underway in another European project in which Ingeteam is taking part as an expert in electrical systems and as a supplier of a converter for a 10 MW+ offshore prototype, also funded by the European Union. Furthermore, Ingeteam has just introduced a new range of 5 to 15 MW offshore converters, in order to achieve the cost reduction milestones demanded by the offshore wind power sector.
Ingeteam Corporación S.A. Press release - Ingeteam is participating in the project for the first offshore wind turbine in Spain. URL: https://www.ingeteam.com/Pressroom/Corporate/tabid/1574/articleType/ArticleView/.... [Date Accessed: 15/01/2019].
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Ingeteam, an independent global supplier of electrical conversion and turbine control equipment, announced today that it just opened a new facility in the vicinity of Chennai to satisfy the demand for wind power converters and control cabinets by both local and international OEMs with operations in India.
Ingeteam, an independent global supplier of electrical conversion and turbine control equipment, announced today that a recent in-house R&D study allowed them to work out the optimal electrical power conversion designs for offshore wind turbines up to 15 MW. The research, taking into account the complex set of parameters at play in LCoE, enabled the company to develop a Medium Voltage Power Converter based on the parallelization of several conversion lines (core product) reaching up to the 15 MW power range. Ingeteam claims that its new design is the ideal solution for scaling up offshore turbine platforms and will present its converter and the associated research at the Global Wind Summit in Hamburg next month.