EOLFI contributes to the development of floating wind turbine technology

EOLFI has applied for patents both in France and abroad and is developing new technologies providing innovative solutions for floating wind turbines.

EOLFI invests in R&D to develop technologies for renewable marine energy, and in particular floating wind turbines.

Blidar and Stationis are mature technologies that can be put into use in the short term.


Accurasea initiated by a collaborative R&D project called BLIDAR, is a buoy which measures weather and oceanic data. DNV GL has independently validated the Accurasea floating LiDAR offshore wind measurement device and reached the 2nd stage of the Carbon Trust Offshore Wind Accelerator Roadmap.   

The project was supported with 40% public funds (from the FUI and several regions) and was undertaken in partnership with NKE and the research organisations IFREMER and IRSEEM. The Accurasea buoy is on the market since 2019.


STATIONIS, a joint project with several SME’s (ABYSSCAD, CAPSIM, INNOSEA) and Ecole Centrale de Nantes, is software which can assist with designing floating wind farm projects: from the optimal architectural design of the anchors, to the internal electric structure, to delivery at sea. The 3D graphical interface means you can quickly set the parameters of a floating wind power farm. 

Our locations


10, place de Catalogne 
75014 Paris
Tel : + 33 1 40 07 95 00

EOLFI Lorient

18, rue du Sous-Marin Vénus
56100 Lorient
Tel : + 33 1 40 07 95 00

EOLFI Marseilles

7, rue du Docteur Fiolle 
13006 Marseilles
Tel : + 33 1 40 07 95 00

EOLFI Montpellier

Parc Club du Millénaire 
1025, rue Henri Becquerel 
34000 Montpellier
Tel. : +33 1 40 07 95 00

EOLFI Nantes

11 bis Promenade Europa
44200 Nantes
Tel : + 33 1 40 07 95 00

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