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Published: 31 January 2022 31 January 2022

The Front Cover

The wind industry is rapidly growing and taking steps towards becoming a significant source of power. But, as the discussion around climate change becomes more serious, floating wind companies need to think smarter. The first step towards increasing output from offshore wind is increasing the size of the wind turbines Read more about Gazelle Wind Power's floating wind solution in the article on page 7. (Cover image is an artistic impressions and purely for illustrative purposes)


Publisher's Note

The year 2022 looks promising for (floating) offshore wind

Features

Managing Larger Floating Offshore Wind Turbines
By Jon Salazar, Founder and President, Gazelle Wind Power, Ireland
 
By Claudia Maldonado, John Hall, Edward Tierney and James Roetzer, Atrevida Science, USA

 

By Ernesto Silva M., Covestro Deutschland AG, and Dr. Johann Maass, Bewind, Germany

 

By Eric Rud, Global Hydraulic Filtration Product Manager, Eaton, USA

 

Windtech Future

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly About Wind Turbines

By Ahmad Hemami, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

View from Inside

By Claire Cohen, Principal Marine Energy Consultant, Black & Veatch, UK

 

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