CIMC RAFFLES just lately delivered a semi-submersible offshore floating solar power platform to CIMC Solar Marine Technology (Yantai) Co. Ltd., and it has been towed to the designated location for deployment.
The platform has 4 single float arrays and a complete put in capability of 400 kW, in addition to internet deck space of roughly 1900 sq. meters. The platform is supplied with eight methods: floating construction help, buoyancy materials, multi-body connection and mooring, fender collision avoidance, photovoltaic power technology and inverter, clever monitoring, dynamic subsea cable transmission, and power consumption.
The platform can function safely in open sea areas with wave heights of as much as 6.5 meters, wind speeds of as much as 34 meters per second, and tidal variations of as much as 4.6 meters, the corporate says.
Last yr, CIMC RAFFLES partnered with the Yantai Municipal Government to collectively set up CIMC Solar, which presents built-in options for the excellent improvement of offshore PV, leveraging CIMC RAFFLES’s expertise in semi-submersible product engineering.
The profitable set up and supply of this PV power technology platform demonstrates the corporate’s supply functionality within the commercial-scale semi-submersible PV platform, CIMC says.