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ICCP Offshore Wind

ICCP Offshore wind protection by CORROSION. Wind technology is not new. Historically it’s been used to pump water, mill grain, or cut wood. In today’s world, wind turbines have become a symbol of “clean energy.” They have a reputation of being efficient and environmentally friendly technology.

You can follow each wind turbine from your own location

Modern day wind turbines are often found in or near the sea. Which means they’re susceptible to CORROSION and fouling, just like any other sea water construction. Sacrificial anodes can be used to protect the steel from rust and fouling. But, there’s a problem. Anodes simply aren’t environmentally friendly. They release enormous amounts of zinc and aluminum into the environment.

We were the first to see the possibilities and we continue to bring successful sustainable solutions to this sector.

Our highly sophisticated ICCP offshore wind systems effectively protect steel wind turbines foundations from CORROSION problems for decades. Our specially made ICCP anodes work for more than 25 years. And without releasing any harmful material into the environment!

Location used to be an issue. Most wind turbines are offshore, far from the mainland. The old technology required individual inspections and maintenance–On location. Not anymore. Our systems have been redesigned. They’re SMART. You can follow each wind turbine from your own location. Reading data and making adjustments can be done with the click of your mouse.

Offshore Wind Projects

Protecting over 2.300 foundations, and counting

Project name

 

Foundation quantity

Foundation type

ICCP Protection

Commissioning date

Albatros 16MonopileInternal09-01-2020
Albatros 16MonopileInternal09-01-2020
Alpha Ventus 6TripodExternal27-04-2010
Arkona Becken 60MonopileInternal01-01-2019
Baltic Eagle 50MonopileInternal30-09-2024
Baltic II Substation 1JacketExternal29-10-2015
Belwind II 50MonopileExternal and Internal09-12-2010
Borkum West II 1JacketExternal03-07-2020
Borkum west II – Phase II 32MonopileExternal and Internal03-07-2020
Borssele III & IV 77MonopileExternal and Internal06-01-2021
Borssele V 2MonopileExternal and Internal25-02-2021
Butendiek 80 Monopile External 04-08-2015
Changle A 26 Jacket External and Internal 01-10-2021
Changle A Substation 1 Jacket External 01-10-2021
Changle C 14 Jacket External 01-10-2021
DanTysk 80 Monopile External 30-04-2015
DanTysk Substation 1 Jacket External 30-04-2015
DanTysk OAP Substation 1 Jacket External 30-04-2015
Deutsche Bucht 31 Monopile External and Internal 30-09-2019
Galloper 56 Monopile Internal 03-04-2018
Global Tech 80 Tripod External 02-09-2015
Global Tech Substation 1 Jacket External 02-09-2015
Greater Gabbard 140 Monopile External 07-08-2013
Hohe See 71 Monopile Internal 01-11-2019
Hollandse kust 70 Monopile External 01-06-2023
Horns Rev III 49 Monopile External and Internal 22-08-2019
Kaskasi Substation 1 Monopile External and Internal 01-10-2022
Kaskasi II 38 Monopile External and Internal 01-10-2022
Les Eoliennes Flottantes du Golf du Lion 4 Monopile External 01-09-2023
Luchterduinen 43 Monopile External 21-09-2015
Meerwind 80 Monopile External 29-12-2014
Meerwind Substation 1 Jacket External 29-12-2014
Merkur 66 Monopile External and Internal 24-06-2019
Seamade (Seastar) 30 Monopile External and Internal 15-12-2020
Seamade (Mermaid) 28 Monopile External and Internal 15-12-2020
Northwester II 23 Monopile External and Internal 14-05-2020
Northwester II Substation 1 Monopile External 14-05-2020
Noshiro Port 21 Monopile External and Internal 31-12-2022
Rentel 42 Monopile Internal 31-12-2018
Riffgat 30 Monopile External and Internal 07-03-2014
Riffgat Substation 1 Jacket External 07-03-2014
Saint Nazaire 80 Monopile External and Internal 31-12-2022
Sandbank 72 Monopile External and Internal 25-01-2017
Triton Knoll 90 Monopile External and Internal 01-01-2022
Veja Mate 67 Monopile Internal 31-05-2017
Xinghua Bay Substation 1 Monopile External 01-01-2017
Yunlin 80 Monopile External and Internal 31-03-2022

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