Collaboration of the European projects AquaWind and FLORA that will be tested in PLOCAN

The European projects AquaWind and Flora, which will test their prototypes on the test site of the Canary Islands Ocean Platform (PLOCAN), have laid the foundations for future collaborations in the field of marine energy and the sustainable blue economy at an event held in the Port of Las Palmas Foundation. AquaWind, led by the


Marine Power Systems, focused on offshore wind, interested in demonstrating its pre-commercial prototypes in the future potential test site south of PLOCAN

The British marine renewable energy development firm Marine Power Systems has selected the possible future southern test site of the Canary Islands Oceanic Platform, in the southeast of the island, to test its flexible offshore floating wind prototype, PelaFlex. The director of PLOCAN, José Joaquín Hernández Brito, and Gareth Stockman, representing Marine Power Systems have

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