addressing two of the biggest
opportunities in the energy industry
Offshore wind generation is intermittent and can only be used when there is immediate demand
Offshore wind developers need a suitable buffer to store energy that is otherwise wasted during periods of low demand.
When the onshore grid is constrained, offshore power cannot be delivered where needed and ends up being wasted.
Offshore wind developers need a suitable buffer to store energy and deliver it when the grid is available.
FLASC addresses client-specific Pain Points
bridging the gap for offshore wind developers
Developers are currently exposed to wind intermittency, demand fluctuations, grid congestion and market volatility.
A FLASC energy storage system within the windfarm introduces flexibility to the energy supply, increasing profitability which will enable a scale-up in new offshore windfarm deployments.
FLASC is unique when compared to other offshore energy storage concepts because it is compact and less expensive, has a lower environmental impact, and can be co-located in shallower waters within the footprint of the windfarm.