Commercial and technology partnership as part of the design and engineering of two floating demonstrators in Japan (Hitz is member of a consortium led by Marubeni)
From the outset, Ideol has forged strong and long-lasting partnerships with major financial institutions and industrial groups as well as leading academic institutions. Ideol continues to develop new partnerships, with a view to contributing to the structuration of a competitive sector for offshore floating wind turbines.
Furthermore, Ideol is a member of Wind Europe (ex-European Wind Energy Association), the world’s largest wind energy network representing the interests and supporting the growth of the wind industry by shaping its regulatory framework to promote longterm investment opportunities.
Construction of the hull until offloading (exclusive partnership for the markets of France, Morocco and Hong-Kong)
Preliminary collaboration aiming at designing, engineering and constructing floating offshore wind turbines using Ideol’s technology for the Taïwanese market
Areva Le Creusot : Optimisation of the metallic component of the mooring interface for the foundation, as part of the Oceagen research & development project
(Formerly called REpower system) Supply of the wind turbine (4 units of 6,15 MW) for the Eolmed project
Optimisation of the cable-based mooring system as part of the Oceagen research & development project
Supplying of the wind turbine for the Floatgen project
Qualification of nylon mooring lines within the frame of the MRCF project
Coupled analysis on the Floatgen and the Japan projects
Development of the pilot floating wind farm Eolmed off the Languedoc coast
Defining and carrying out tests to check the key mooring components as part of the Oceagen research & development project
Provision of the SEM-REV test site as part of the installation of a floating demonstration project : Floatgen
Stake acquisition as part of the Series D
Financial assistance in the amount of € 7m granted through the Investments for the Future programme (PIA) as part of the Oceagen research & development project