Companies Team Up To Offer Offshore Wind Power Technology

Posted by NAW Staff on May 14, 2012 No Comments

Tideland Signal, Dabbrook Services and Tranberg Systems say they have joined forces to offer a service designed to specify, supply and install navigation warning systems and other low-voltage equipment on offshore wind farms.

The offering covers the specification, sourcing and supply of all low-voltage equipment required on offshore wind turbines, as well as project management, installation, maintenance, testing and certification.

In addition to safe marking of offshore wind farms to protect against collisions and accidental damage caused by shipping, the consortium also supplies and installs a complete range of other low-voltage equipment, including power supplies, general lighting, aviation lights and winches.

Tideland Signal is a supplier of navigational aids and solar power systems to ports, harbors and offshore industries, and its sister company, Dabbrook Services Ltd., specializes in the installation of photovoltaic and other electrical systems offshore. Tranberg Systems, part of Norwegian based Tranberg AS, is also a long-standing associate of Tideland Signal and has extensive experience of the offshore power industry.

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