MHIV and Total, new partners of Ideol on Eolmed project

Wednesday, 7 October, 2020 - 18:00
MHI Vestas and Total formally announced their involvement in the Eolmed project this week (pict. Ideol)
MHI Vestas and Total formally announced their involvement in the Eolmed project this week (pict. Ideol)

MHI Vestas and Total formally announced their involvement in the Eolmed project this week. These internationally recognized leaders and the project developer QAIR have agreed to combine their respective know-how’s and efforts to successfully develop and execute this 30 MW pilot project.
Paul de la Guérivière (Ideol’s CEO) indicated that “Ideol is looking forward to collaborate with such powerhouses who both have explicitly expressed their global ambitions in terms of floating offshore wind. Having access to Total’s solid offshore expertise and MHIV’s 10 MW turbine will undoubtedly contribute to Ideol’s already unique return on experience and overall efforts to reduce the cost of floating offshore wind per MW installed.”

Ideol, based in La Ciotat (France), was created in 2010 with the aim of developing both technically and economically viable floating foundation solutions for the offshore wind industry.

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