Partners

Ten partners from six European countries form the INFLOW consortium. Point at the logos for further information. Click on a logo to access the partner’s homepage.


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IFP Energies nouvelles, France
IFP Energies nouvelles is a public-sector research, innovation and training center active in the fields of energy, transport and the environment. As part of the public interest mission with which it has been tasked by the public authorities, IFP Energies nouvelles (IFPEN) focuses on:

  • providing solutions to take up the challenges facing society in terms of energy and the climate, promoting the emergence of a sustainable energy mix;
  • creating wealth and jobs by supporting French and European economic activity, and the competitiveness of related industrial sectors.

IFPEN is in charge of the INFLOW project coordination and various technical aspects related to the floater upscaling.

Technip, France
Technip is a world leader in project management, engineering and construction for the energy industry from the deepest subsea oil & gas developments to the largest and most complex offshore and onshore infrastructures.

Eiffage Construction Métallique, France
Eiffage construction métallique, formerly known as Eiffel, is a subsidiary of Eiffage, major of construction and concession in France and Europe.

EDF Energies Nouvelles, France
EDF Energies Nouvelles is a market leader in green electricity production with a development focused on wind and solar photovoltaic energy. The company is expanding its business in offshore wind energy and is also present in other segments of the renewable energy market: marine energy, biogas, biomass and small hydro as well as in distributed energies. EDF EN manages renewable energy projects’ development, financing, construction as well as operation and maintenance for its own accord and for third parties. EDF Energies Nouvelles is a subsidiary of the EDF Group and its renewable energy arm.

DTU Wind Energy, Denmark
DTU (Technical University of Denmark) Wind Energy department is composed of the former Wind Energy Division at Risø National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy. DTU together with Risø haveprovided a major part of the wind energy research in Denmark and are internationally recognized as being in the forefront of wind energy technology.

Alstom Hydro España, Spain
Alstom is a global leader in the world of power generation, power transmission and rail infrastructure and sets the benchmark for innovative and environmentally friendly technologies.

Nenuphar, France
Nenuphar develops robust and economical floating vertical axis wind turbines with limited environmental impact for power producers who want to install floating offshore wind farms.

Fraunhofer Institute for Wind Energy and Energy System Technology IWES, Germany
The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft is Europe’s largest application – oriented research organization and active in the sectors health, security, communication, energy and environment. The research activities of Fraunhofer IWES cover wind energy and the integration of renewable energies into energy supply structures.

DUCO Ltd, United Kingdom
DUCO Ltd is the technology and support centre for Technip Umbilical Systems (TUS). TUS has designed, manufactured and supplied subsea umbilicals to the oil and gas industry for over 30 years.

Vicinay Cadenas S.A., Spain
Vicinay Cadenas S.A.‘s field of business is the manufacturing of offshore mooring chains and -accessories as well as related engineering and design.

Vryhof Anchors NV, Netherlands
Vryhof provides drag anchors and related mooring equipment for larger floating structures to the offshore energy industries as well as for offshore civil applications.