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Semco forms new trio targeting floating wind

A new partnership among Semco Maritime, Technip and ISC Consulting aims to offer substations for floating wind farms.

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Semco Maritime, Technip and ISC Consulting join forces in the goal of bringing a developed ”reliable, cost-effective, and scalable floating offshore substation concept” to market, Semco announces in a statement Thursday.

The idea is to combine Semco and ISC’s offshore experience dealing with engineering tasks such like fixed-bottom offshore substations with Inocean’s knowledge of naval architecture and skills in designing ”floating structures for floating wind turbines and for major floating oil & gas topsides”.

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