OBS can serve as an excellent offshore support structure for wind turbines in deeper water, better than any other known technology. Using the OBS System, the offshore turbine Is initially fully built on the shore and towed while floating to its destination. This method saves additional costly marine work associated with alternative installation methods. These exclusive features, and its competitive price, guarantee customers a cost effective, fast and easy project implementation using OBS.
At OBS, we pride ourselves on introducing the most efficient and cost-effective offshore support structures for deep-water wind turbines. Our OBS system ensures that constructing the offshore wind turbine, which is fully built onshore and towed while floating to its designated site, saves resources related to costly marine work.
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Offshore wind power was introduced in 1991, when the first offshore wind farm was built in Denmark. Since then, offshore wind power has been gaining recognition for its ability to maximize the potential of wind energy, mitigate the complications of onshore wind turbines, and contribute to the improvement of renewable electricity standards.
The largest cities with the largest demand for electricity are usually located along the coast, thereby eliminating the need for transporting offshore wind power across long expensive transmission lines.
Offshore wind speeds generally coincide with peak demand hours, enabling the reduction of the number of resource consuming back-up plants used to meet peak demand.
Because the wind speeds over the ocean are more powerful and consistent than wind speeds over land, offshore turbines operate at a much higher efficiency than onshore turbines.