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Offshore wind

The market for renewable energy continues to expand with offshore wind being one of the most important sources of renewable electricity.

Unlike the typical use of the term "offshore" in the energy industry, offshore wind power includes inshore water areas such as lakes, fjords and sheltered coastal areas as well as deeper-water areas. Most offshore wind farms employ fixed-foundation wind turbines in relatively shallow water. As of 2020, floating wind turbines for deeper waters were in the early phase of development and deployment.

 Offshore substations are an essential element of an offshore wind park. 
We offer a complete range of doors that are tried and tested to withstand the toughest environments and are resistant to fire, blast, gas, water, intrusion, ballistics and noise, as well as the harshest of climates.