CRP Subsea is exhibiting at Floating Offshore Wind 2023. They will be showcasing their innovative buoyancy and cable protection solutions for the floating offshore wind sector. The event is taking place from 4 to 5 October at P&J Live, Aberdeen.
Visit CRP Subsea’s stand (H46) and take advantage of the opportunity to have a first look at the NjordFloat buoyancy module. This pioneering product has been specifically designed to deliver optimal performance on dynamic cables for floating offshore wind turbines (FOWTs).
Ben Stubbens, Sales Team Manager for CRP Subsea, states:
“With over 4 decades of polyurethane and composite foam experience we take pride in our extensive engineering capabilities. This proficiency, coupled with a deep comprehension of the ocean environment, has driven the development of solutions geared towards protecting critical assets in offshore wind farms. CRP Subsea offer a range of dependable cable protection, buoyancy, and clamping solutions, designed to cater to both floating and fixed offshore wind farms.”
CRP Subsea is working to help address offshore wind challenges. They are developing high-quality solutions, including cable protection and buoyancy products. These solutions are designed to protect power cables in offshore wind farms, benefiting their customers.
Positioned at the forefront of technological advancement, CRP Subsea takes pride in delivering groundbreaking solutions to meet the growing global demand for sustainable energy. The company remains firmly committed to supporting the offshore wind industry.
The Floating Offshore Wind 2023 event
Organised by RenewableUK and Scottish Renewables, will span two days, featuring a conference program that brings together key figures from the industry. They will engage in discussions surrounding necessary infrastructure, technological advancements, and market developments crucial for propelling deployment in UK waters. CRP Subsea will be readily available at stand H46 during the event.
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For those looking further insights into floating offshore wind solutions, additional information can be found here.