The TrussFloat is a steel floating substructure. She is conceived so as to host any kind of high offshore power wind turbines, and is therefore fit for any floating wind development. The videos illustrate the main principles of operations.

Trussfloat and standard wind turbine

The growth in wind turbine will require adapted structures, which will more and more become floating to cope with higher water depth. This video showcases the main features of the TrussFloat  from construction to operations.

Trussfloat and downwind turbine

Downwind turbines are expected to demonstrate several advantages over standard wind turbines in some instances. For this reason, the TrussFloat  also accomodates such particular technology, for example in cyclonic areas where downwind turbines are a must.