When entering a new market, Hexicon partners with regional industry experts who have extensive local knowledge. Hexicon has several ongoing projects on different markets which are listed below, with more projects coming in the near future.
This is a pre-commercial array using Hexicon’s in-house TwinWind technology. By leveraging the world’s only floating offshore wind policy framework and decades of offshore experience within our partner Bechtel, this project will deploy multiple floating platforms off the windy coast of Cornwall in the Celtic Sea.
Hexicon and Norwegian Aker Offshore Wind have together joined forces and created the company Freja Offshore. Freja Offshore is developing three wind power projects in Sweden, two are located in the Baltic Sea and one in Skagerrak. With government plans for expanding the electricity grid far offshore and ambitious net zero commitments, Freja Offshore is positioned to leverage floating offshore wind opportunities in the Swedish market.
“Great interest in offshore wind power in Sweden.”
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WunderHexicon is Hexicon’s joint venture with WunderSight, with the aim of developing floating wind projects in Spain and Portugal. WunderHexicon is also part of a joint industry project, Ocean H2, together with Acciona and 4 other partners. This project develops a green hydrogen plant powered by Hexicon’s floating wind technology and also floating PV. The first project is situated off the coast of Gran Canaria with a similar project in Portugal.
Hexicon’s first full-scale platform will feature large multi-megawatt turbines and be deployed in 2023 at Metcentre’s demonstration site in waters that are 200 m deep.
Munmu Baram, South Korea
Hexicon’s joint venture CoensHexicon is together with Shell developing a floating wind farm with the ambition to make it the world’s first large scale floating wind farm. The wind farm will be located off the coast of Ulsan, South Korea’s hub for maritime construction.
Pentland Floating Wind Farm, Scotland
Hexicon has entered into an agreement with Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) to sell a majority interest in the Dounreay Trí project. The project is located 9 km from shore in Dounreay, Scotland in 90-100m water depths. Renamed Pentland Floating Wind Farm, the site will be re-permitted for 100 MW and ready for the AR5 regulated CfD regime.