Wind Energy – Partnership
Navantia Seanergies and SeAH have signed a collaboration agreement for the development of offshore wind energy in countries on the Asian continent.
The agreement includes a special focus on the Republic of Korea, one of the most ambitious states in its geographical area and on the American west coast.
The agreement was signed in Navantia Seanergies facilities in Fene, La Coruña, Spain, by Javier Herrador, Navantia Seanergies Vice president and Abel Méndez, Commercial and Business Development Director, and on behalf of SeAH by Kwonhan Lee, Vice President and Juan Kim, Commercial Leader.
The collaboration between the two companies focuses on the manufacture in the Republic of Korea of complete floats, components or materials manufactured there or in countries where SeAH has facilities, or could be installed, such as the United States and Australia.
SeAH, in partnership with Taiichio and Wolf Projects, is the supplier of a large part of the materials for the construction of the jackets for the offshore wind projects built in Fene, such as the East Anglia One, Saint Brieuc and Le Tréport projects, as well as the substation jackets built in Puerto Real, Le Tréport, Noirmoutier, and Dogger Bank C.