Pres. bilbao feb2012uniovi

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Pres. bilbao feb2012uniovi

  1. 1. Offshore Experimental Station MISSION:  Infrastructure for experimentation, demonstration and operation of new devices and technologies; wind and ocean energy converters, environmental research and analysis of climate change. KEY OBJECTIVES:  To promote a specialized industrial sector in marine-based renewable energies through R&D activities  To foster the development of Asturias and the University of Oviedo as a “Knowledge Centre of Maritime Renewable Energies”  To attract national and international renowned technology developers and professionals.  To increase the public and private R&D investment for regional business development.
  2. 2. Main Activities R&D-O&M ACTIVITIES Off Shore Energies Aquaculture Wind Energy Pile foundation Transport efficiency Grid Integration Environment and Wave Energy Climate Change Marine biology Tidal Energy
  3. 3. Site Location I
  4. 4. Site Features IDepth: 25 to 50 mDistance to Shore: 2,7 KmSea Bed:Sand, average 25 m thicknessStone 25 m depth areaWind Speed: 7 m/sWind Power: 500-600 W/m2Waves (summer): 10 Kw/mWaves (winter): 35 Kw/m
  5. 5. Site Location II
  6. 6. Site Features IIDepth: 25 to 60 mDistance to Shore: 2 KmSea Bed:Sand, average 25 m thicknessStone 25 m depth areaWind Speed: 7 m/sWind Power: 450 W/m2Waves (summer): 10 Kw/mWaves (winter): 34 Kw/m
  7. 7. Main Infrastructures 1 Scientific Research Floating Platform 2 C.E.O. Column for Experimentation Offshore 3 Multimodal Transfer System•Public Funding: 11.5 M€ 1 2• 3 years (2012-2014)• Infrastructure and equipment 3

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