World’s First Combined Wave and Wind Power Plant is Launched in Denmark  

2010.06.28
The world’s first combined wave and wind power plant has been established just outside Lolland, in the Southern part of Denmark. The plant scaled 1:6 is a pilot project named Poseidon 37.
The concept for the pilot plant is that a relatively heavy wave module will act as the foundation for three wind turbines instead of a costly fixed offshore foundation thus greatly improving the economy of the entire premises.
 
The plant automatically rotates with the waves, in order for the systems to catch the energy, and it is equipped with three wind turbines, each with a capacity of 11 kW. The plant will function as a testing ground for the coming six months, and the plan is to build a 1:3 scale plant within the next three years and a full scale plant within the next five years.

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