RWE starts construction of large-scale battery storage project at two locations in North Rhine-Westphalia
Select which cookies and pixels we are allowed to use. Please note that some cookies are necessary for technical reasons and must be enabled in order to maintain the functionality of our website. If you would like to benefit from every service on our website, please consider that you need to choose every cookie category. For more information, please refer to our Data Protection Information.
You can change your cookie and pixel settings on rwe.com at any time via our Data Protection Information.
RWE is well on track to become a leader in floating wind and to have one gigawatt either in operation or under construction by 2030. To gain experience early, RWE is participating in multiple high-profile floating demonstration projects like the TetraSpar Demonstrator. Together with its partners Shell, TEPCO Renewables and Stiesdal Offshore Technologies RWE has safely deployed and commissioned the TetraSpar floating foundation off the Norwegian coast.
TetraSpar Demonstrator in operation
The TetraSpar foundation is a tubular steel structure with a suspended keel. The floating platform, including the 3.6 megawatt turbine, was towed to the Norwegian METCentre test site and installed in waters as deep as 200 metres. Recently, the turbine has been connected to the Norwegian grid and is producing power. This marks the start of the test phase where data on the performance and characteristics of the floating foundation will be captured and analysed to pave the way for commercial-scale floating wind projects.
For more information, please view the joint press release of the TetraSpar project partners: Shell, TEPCO Renewables, Stiesdal Offshore Technologies and RWE.
Images and video material for media purposes are available in the RWE Media library (copyright: TetraSpar Demonstrator ApS).