The world's first ship! A new generation of 2000-ton offshore wind power installation platform was delivered and put into operation
Today (September 28), the development of my country's offshore wind power industry has added another weapon. The world's first new-generation 2000-ton offshore wind power installation platform-"Baihetan" was officially delivered and put into operation in Nansha, Guangzhou, which is important for accelerating my country's offshore wind power. It is of great significance to promote offshore wind power parity online.
"Baihetan" is currently the world's strongest lifting capacity (2000 tons), deepest operating water depth (70 meters), largest variable load (6500 tons), and largest deck area (4200 square meters). The integrated wind power installation platform, lifting system, lifting system and other core operation equipment are all domestically produced. The ship is 126 meters long, 50 meters wide and 10 meters deep. It integrates transportation, self-lifting, self-navigation, lifting, installation, dynamic positioning and other functions. It has the installation capacity of more than 10 megawatts of offshore wind turbines, which can meet the needs of offshore wind power construction.
"Baihetan" has four 120-meter triangular truss pile legs, which can firmly "stand" at sea with the pile legs when going out to sea, with a maximum operating water depth of 70 meters. At the same time, it is equipped with a 2000-ton pile-winding crane to lift wind power foundation and fan equipment, thus greatly enhancing the construction and installation capacity of offshore deep water areas and deep-sea wind motor units and improving the operation efficiency.
The DP-2 level dynamic positioning system of the ship can automatically maintain the ship's position and heading in the event of a failure of a moving part or a single system, effectively improving the safety of offshore operations. In addition, the ship adopts full electric drive full rotary rudder propeller propulsion mode, which can realize low carbon and green environmental protection operation.
"Baihetan" is mainly operated in the waters of Guangdong and Fujian, which will further enhance China's ability to carry out the construction and installation of large-scale offshore wind turbines in the far-reaching sea, and provide strong support for China's subsequent concentrated and large-scale development of far-reaching sea wind power projects.