Climate Change and the Energy Revolution: CLS, partner for Offshore Wind, is accompanying the Widespread of Clean Resources. CLS, as catalyst for change, helps you manage your transition to clean energy projects.
The Paris Agreement , signed by 195 countries, has laid the foundations against change: the aim is to reduce carbon emission by 40 % by 2030.
CLS References in Offshore Wind - 10 years experience
2008 – 2012: SOMEMR PROJECT (CNES) / Metocean services for MRE
2009 – 2011: Wind Emulator for wave & Wind with TOTAL
2008 – 2012: NORSEWIND PROJECT / Wind Atlas Northern Europe CLS & DTU (Denmark Technical University) have realized a wind Atlas based on Envisat SAR database
2012 – 2015: PROJET EERA – DTOC (FP7) PROJECT / European Energy Research Alliance Design Tools for Offshore wind farm Clusters Wind wave effect studies from SAR & comparison with insitu data
2017 – 2020: CARAVEL PROJECT Characterization of wind fields combining satellite & in-situ data Extrapolation of winds at 100 meters Wind variation & extreme values calculation to specify wind turbine
Measuring the wind resource with SAR satellitesView More
Extrapolation of Wind at 100 metersView More
Wind Wake StudiesView More
High Frequency Wind DynamicView More
Wind EmulatorsView More
Wind Atlas studiesView More
Fleet TrackingView More
Environmental Impact AssessmentView More
Metocean PrevisionsView More
Maritime Traffic StudiesView More
Sediment Transport ModelizationView More
In Situ Measurement for Wind FarmsView More
See you at FOWT 2022
FOWT 2022, the annual meeting of the floating offshore wind sector community, takes place May 16 to 18 in Montpellier, France. CLS is honored to be part of it.
Offshore wind turbine off Saint-Nazaire: A first in France
As a partner of the wind energy industry, CLS and its subsidiary Meteodyn look back at the SARWind solution.
Offshore Wind: new contract for French floating wind with the French Ministry of Ecological Transition
CLS is proud to announce the signature of a new contract for the South of Brittany bidding zone (AO5) with the French Ministry of Ecological Transition’s Directorate General for Energy and Climate (DGEC).