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WindFloat Project Overview

The first semi-submersible floating wind farm in the world that features innovative technology enabling it to harness offshore wind energy.
Structure designed to anchor itself at depths greater than 40 m
First-ever floating wind farm on the Iberian Peninsula
Capable of withstanding 17-meter waves and winds of more than 60 knots
Features an expected capacity of up to 25 MW (enough power for 60,000 people)
Boasts the largest and most powerful turbines ever installed on a floating structure
It has a maximum height (base + tower + rotor) of 190 meters, half the size of the Empire State Building
The rotor is 164 meters in diameter, double the size of the largest passenger airplane in the world

A sustainable and environmentally-friendly solution

The location of the offshore wind farm, in deep waters and far off the coast, allows it to harness the natural resource of strong, high-speed winds much better than onshore wind farms.
  • Close-up of the WindFloat platform assembly

    Disruptive and innovative technology

    The installation of the semi-submersible wind platforms in deep waters minimizes its environmental impact and makes it possible to exploit wind resources that had been inaccessible to date.
  • Wind turbines at sea against a clear sky backdrop

    Guaranteed supply of clean energy

    This offshore wind farm guarantees uninterrupted, carbon-free, clean energy production throughout its entire 25-year-long useful life.
  • Wind turbine blades

    Free of geographical boundaries

    Its location at sea and ease of installation make it possible to replicate in other locations. It can also withstand extreme weather conditions, such as 112 km/h winds, completely undamaged.
Proyecto WindFloat Atlantic, un molino de viento en el mar