Three rotor blades that are getting a second life thanks to Pure Energie Enschede, were delivered to the Droneport Eemshaven.
After being cleaned, the rotor blades will be stored at Droneport Eemshaven for drone inspection and rotor blade repair training. The blades will be placed on blocks in various positions so that companies can experiment with drone inspection, rotor blade repair, robotization, and other technologies. Students of the MBO course ‘Drone-expert’ can also practice their practical skills at the Droneport Eemshaven.
“By using the Droneport Eemshaven we hope to contribute from the OWIC project to innovation & training programs around the maintenance & management of offshore wind farms,” OWIC wrote on social media.
Groningen Seaports, Lubbers Logistics Group, Ems Maritime Offshore (EMO), and Wim Robbertsen were among the OWIC partners and associates who contributed to the project.
Image source: OWIC