Innovative cooperation between offshore wind turbines and drones
Together, ESVAGT, Siemens Gamesa and Ørsted are developing a drone-based solution for the delivery of spare parts and tools from vessel to offshore wind turbine.
‘Every operation makes us better’
With six SOVs and three newbuildings on the way, ESVAGT is the market leader when it comes to the SOV concept. Experience and competences are in high demand.
ESVAGT delivers new SOV to MHI Vestas
With the ‘Esvagt Albert Betz’, named in Eemshaven earlier today, ESVAGT solidifies its position as market leader on the SOV wind market. The vessel will service the wind farm Deutsche Bucht for MHI Vestas over the next 15 years.
Minister visit at ESVAGT
Ministers of Energy and wind industry executives experienced offshore wind innovation with a sail in ESVAGT's STB 12.
ESVAGT to develop new business areas
ESVAGT will extend its portfolio of services with new business areas and partnerships.
The 'Esvagt Supporter' put the wind in ESVAGT’s sails
ESVAGT’s first wind vessel has retired but the legacy of the ‘Esvagt Supporter' lives on in the many SOV vessels in the shipping company.
ESVAGT increases presence in dynamic offshore wind market
With the newbuilding ‘Esvagt Dana’, ESVAGT aims straight for the dynamic market for SOV vessels.
ESVAGT ensures calm waters during test of wave power device
Wave power is one of the possible sources of renewable energy, and ESVAGT has helped Wavepiston install their device at the test site near Hanstholm, Denmark.
New concept improves wind turbine inspections
Cheaper, faster and more precise. The joint venture between ESVAGT and Wind Power LAB reduces both weather risk and expenses related to drone inspections of offshore wind turbines.
ESVAGT attracts plenty of interest at the WindEnergy exhibition in Hamburg
WELL ATTENDED: ESVAGT’s stand at WindEnergy in Hamburg attracted a large number of guests and plenty of curiosity.
New service eliminates weather risk in offshore WTG blade inspections
ESVAGT have joined forces with Wind Power Lab, an Artificial Intelligence and blade specialist, to offer a series of services that support the control of offshore assets and expand their lifetime, without any weather risk for the owners. The first service in the portfolio is the inspection of WTG blades.
ESVAGT's wind turbine concept renders CTV superfluous
Safe Transfer Boats (STB) are central to ESVAGT’s SOV concept for efficient operations in offshore wind farms. The STB12 is approved for entering a harbour, reducing expenditure on Crew Transfer Vessels (CTV) to a minimum.
Fitting out of the STB7 will be done by ESVAGT
One of the big game changers in ESVAGT’s Service Operation Vessel (SOV) concept for offshore wind farms has been ESVAGT’s unique Safe Transfer Boats (STB), which are used for transferring turbine technicians safely from the mother ship to the turbines.
MHI Vestas and ESVAGT officially name hi-tech service vessel for Belgian offshore wind farms
Company executives gather today at Port of Oostende to christen the ‘Esvagt Mercator’; as the ship readies to support more than 100 offshore wind turbines in Belgian waters.
MHI Vestas and ESVAGT strengthen their relationship with a new long-term SOV Contract
A new ESVAGT Service Operation Vessel will support MHI Vestas Offshore Wind in its Deutsche Bucht Wind Farm project. The 15-year contract demonstrates a strong and collaborative relationship.
Attractive mobile ROV solution from ESVAGT
ESVAGT and DBB ROV-services are working together on an efficient ROV concept that will make underwater inspections faster and cheaper.
Safe, fast and efficient inspection with drones
Drone inspection on offshore wind farms can contribute to faster inspections and improved efficiency. Safety is also strengthened by eliminating the need for rope access.
ESVAGT’s unique SOV concept on display at Offshore Wind Energy 2017
Join ESVAGT at stand N-J40 at OWE2017 and learn more about the world leading SOV-concept.
ESVAGT uses O&M simulation programme from Shoreline to optimise its SOV wind solutions
Optimising operations of existing offshore wind farms and more precise calculations for new projects are the driving forces behind ESVAGT’s implementation of the MAINTSYS O&M simulation programme from Shoreline.
Excellent results with STB12 – now the 'Esvagt Wind 4' is on the way
ESVAGT has been very successful with its Safe Transfer Boats (STB). The next STB12 for MHI Vestas’ SOV is on the way. All the experience gained from working at the offshore wind farms, Butendiek and Baltic II, will be taken on board.