Written by Joshua Plourde Wednesday, 29 May 2013To download the full Navigation Safety Plan for the VolturnUS 1:8-scale, please click here. (PDF, 6.4 MB)
This document represents the Navigational Safety Plan for the deployment and operation of a 1:8 scale wind turbine on a floating offshore platform at the UMaine Offshore Wind Test Site located in Castine, Maine. This is a revision of a plan by Capt. Derek Chase submitted on December 7, 2010, for the UMaine Deepwater Offshore Wind Test Site off of Monhegan Island. The original plan was for deployment of up to two 1:3-scale floating wind turbine systems, while this revised plan has been updated to meet the requirements of the single 1:8-scale floating wind turbine system for deployment at Castine. This plan is required for permitting under the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) General Permit. The Navigation Safety Plan includes consideration of State and Federal requirements.
Written by Joshua Plourde Monday, 13 May 2013
Energy Ocean International is right around the corner – have you reserved your spot?
Seats are filling up FAST and you don't want to miss out on hot topics such as:
- Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion: Economic Feasibility for Electricity Generation
- Pinnacles for Success: Adaptive Management and Stakeholder Engagement
- National and Regional Ocean Policy Development
- Technology Roundtable: What’s New for Ocean Energy
Swing by our booth, say hello, and learn about our most recent advances in deepwater offshore wind technology June 10-12th in RI!
Written by John Poulin Thursday, 09 May 2013
ORONO, Maine — The University of Maine unveiled the floating platform of VolturnUS, a one-of-a-kind offshore wind turbine that officials hope will shape the future of energy in Maine, during a ceremony Wednesday.
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