Advanced platform technology yields superior return on investment

DWI employs the DWI Power Station, a floating, multi-turbine offshore wind power plant able to align itself to the wind direction.

The DWI Power Station is built in two dimensions – 540 X 540 m (the “H18” model) and 526 X 752 m (the “H24” model). It has an onboard crew capacity of 2 or 10, is moored to the seabed and equipped with 18 or 24 turbines per plant. Depending on the turbines being mounted on each plant, the installed capacity ranges from 36 MW to 86 MW.

In deep water offshore environments (>50 m), the DWI Power Station displays – due to its size, multi-turbine configuration and capability to align itself to the wind direction – a significantly higher electricity production at a considerably lower cost than other offshore wind power plants.

Simply stated: the novel technology of the DWI Power Station ensures high and sustainable profitability.

The DWI Power Station is designed in accordance with the rules and regulations of Lloyd’s Register, one of the world’s leading classification societies. It is built by well-renowned Chinese shipyards and shipped by semi-submersible and/or flat-deck vessels to the project sites, where final assembly and installation take place.