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Univerrgy and Saitec create a SPC to develop wind floating projects (marine) in Japan

9 of January of 2018

Today Saitec Offshore Technologies and Univergy have closed and agreement for the creation of a Special Purpose Company for the development of floating projects in Japan with SATH technology.

Ignacio Blanco , Executive President of Univergy International, has pointed out that “this agreement that links both companies Saitec y Univergy have a high strategic value for the development of offshore plants projects, as much by the expertise of both companies in this sector of the economy, as well as by floating technology STAH”.

On the other hand, Alberto Galdós Tobalina, President of Saitec Group, has said that “this agreement supposes the union of two companies with very strong presence in the international field that provide a great experience in management of PLA, s and technologies with advanced solutions in projects offshore through the STAH”.

UNIVERGY International is a Spanish-Japanese company specialized in the development of renewable energies operating internationally in 12 countries worldwide, including a high level of know-how for more than 20 years in the development of Projects from renewable sources, with a portfolio of development of projects higher than 3.1 MW.

UNIVERGY contributes to the new company with the know-how of the development for the Projects or offshore plants within the Japanese territory, where has acquired a dominant position during the last 5 years, developing offshore wind projects of more than 800 MW.

SAITEC OFFSHORE contributes with the Technical know-how to provide the basic Engineering and produce layouts for the development of the Offshore Project; implantation of the SATH technological solution in the Projects and Equipment selection, and construction of the Project.

Source credit: http://www.univergy.com/en/noticias/71-univergy-y-saitec-crean-una-spc-para-el-desarrollo-de-proyectos-proyectos-eolicos-flotantes-marinos-en-japon

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