EOLOS buoy validated

This LIDAR buoy has four individual floats attached to the corners of the skeleton structure that provide the buoyancy and help to ensure good stability in rough seas

Floating LIDAR systems offer a much cheaper alternative to evaluating wind farm sites than establishing a fixed measuring station. German renewables developer RWE Innogy, in partnership with the operator of the Eneco Luchterduinen offshore wind farm, has successfully completed the trial of such a buoy by mooring it in close ...

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