DCNS in 2015
AT PAIMPOL-BRÉHAT, DCNS IS DEVELOPING A NEW GREEN... AND BLUE ENERGY
— Cape Sharp Tidal: a world first Two major preparatory operations for establishing a 4-MW tidal turbine farm in the Bay of Fundy were carried out in 2015: installation of the connecting cable – a genuine world first – and the commencement of the installation barge, a unique catamaran-type vessel. A significant success for OpenHydro and Emera.
— DCNS invests in marine renewable energies in Chile In June 2015, DCNS signed an agreement with the Chilean government to set up an R&D centre devoted to marine renewable energies, MERIC. Operated by DCNS and Enel Green Power, this centre will be working in close cooperation with Chilean universities and manufacturers.
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By 2025, DCNS plans to generate
25% of its income
2019 is DCNS’ and
from marine renewable energies. —
Alstom’s target date for developing an integrated, floating semi-submersible wind turbine system generating 6 MW. —
— OpenHydro sets its sights on Indonesia In November 2015, the DCNS subsidiary OpenHydro and the Indonesian manufacturer PT PAL signed a Memorandum of Understanding to implement an industrial strategy for the development of a tidal turbine sector in Indonesia.
— A new wave of energy in Martinique As part of the NEMO project, DCNS and its partner Akuo Energy are to build an offshore ocean thermal energy (OTE) station capable of generating 16 MW.
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