“Since AkzoNobel has extensive experience coating offshore assets, we felt confident in providing products that could cope with the demands placed on steel in these conditions,” said Adam Stephenson, AkzoNobel’s Sales Cluster Manager for UK, Ireland, and Benelux.
“For this specific project, we worked closely with Bladt Industries, who are one of the world’s leading suppliers of Transition Pieces (TPs). They have chosen and still continue to choose our proven products to provide the London Array and other offshore wind energy projects with long term protection.
AkzoNobel is working to ultimately connect the dots of the industry through technical expertise and tip-to-toe solutions, and as a company, we are proud to have supplied protective coatings for this project. Our extensive work in the offshore wind energy market also includes wind farms Alpha Ventus, Greater Gabbard, Beatrice, Hornsea, and Ormonde, a 150MW installation in the Irish Sea.”
With an unparalleled view of the industry, AkzoNobel brings its expertise to every part of your wind energy assets, as seen with the London Array project. We will guide you from protective coating selection to application, techniques and beyond.
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