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Stiesdal's floating turbine TetraSpar installed in Norway

The voyage from Denmark's Port of Grenaa to the Marine Energy Test Centre in Stavanger, Norway, is now complete and the turbine installed.

Photo: Stiesdal

Approximately 10 kilometers off the coast of Norway sits a floating wind turbine that just sailed from Grenaa in Denmark to Stavanger in Norway. The machine has just been installed and is ready for testing, reports Renews.

The 3.6MW wind turbine and its foundation will be tested on waters 200 meters deep offshore of Norway, where the natural conditions are especially harsh.

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