What is ROMEO project
The ROMEO project is an initiative backed by the EU through its Horizon 2020 programme, under the call topic Low Carbon Energy LCE- 13-2016, which aims to develop advanced technological solutions that enable the operation and maintenance costs of offshore wind power facilities to be reduced.
What does ROMEO project do
The objective is to develop a platform for the analysis and management of the data obtained from the offshore wind power generation wind farms during their operation and use these data to optimise the O&M in wind farms
Partners & Pilot Test
ROMEO is an industry based consortium made up of 12 recognised and experienced key players from 6 different EU member states and 1 associated country led by IBERDROLA RENOVABLES ENERGÍA.
The consortium includes large companies (Electricité De France, ADWEN offshore, SIEMENS Wind Power, RAMBOLL IMS, IBM Research, INDRA Sistemas, BACHMANN Monitoring,), SMEs (LAULAGUN Bearings, UPTIME Engineering and ZABALA Innovation Consulting)and a prestigious university (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow), and will work jointly to benefit decision making processes of offshore WF operators.
The project will be put to the test in three different locations: Teesside (United Kingdom), East Anglia ONE (United Kingdom) and Wikinger (Germany)
Test in three different locations
12 partners, one mission
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