Translation for 'offshore wind' from English to Russian
NOUN   an offshore wind | offshore winds
береговой ветер {м}
offshore wind
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морская скважина {ж}
offshore well
прибрежные острова {мн}
offshore islands
ветер {м}wind
морской ветер {м}
onshore wind
солнечный ветер {м}
solar wind
пронизывающий ветер {м}
biting wind
пронизывающий ветер {м}
nipping wind
духовой инструмент {м}
wind instrument
ветрогенератор {м}
wind turbine
дыхание {с}wind [esp. Br.] [breath]
наматывать на [+akk.] [несов.]to wind round [roll, thread, rope etc.]
закончить что-л. [сов.]to wind sth. up [bring to an end]
Ветер и лев [Джон Милиус]
The Wind and the Lion [John Milius]
Кто сеет ветер, пожнёт бурю.
They that sow the wind shall reap the whirlwind.
Унесённые ветром
Gone with the Wind [novel: Margaret Mitchell, film: Victor Fleming]
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Usage Examples English
  • The term marine energy encompasses both wave power — power from surface waves, and tidal power — obtained from the kinetic energy of large bodies of moving water. Offshore wind power is not a form of marine energy, as wind power is derived from the wind, even if the wind turbines are placed over water.
  • As of 2011, the expanding offshore wind power industry had been the prime focus, and 75% of the company's work was based on offshore renewable energy.
  • Other industrial companies that use the River Tees are manufacturing and servicing the North Sea oil and gas industry as well as the renewable energy industry sector, including offshore wind turbines.
  • The east coast has limited conventional energy generation capacity, but Whitby is the closest port to a proposed development on Dogger Bank, ideally placed to provide the offshore wind power industry with support vessel operations and logistics.
  • They can also be chartered for a wide variety of uses including inspections of shallow bed offshore wind farms and VIP or passenger use.

  • An offshore wind farm called Arkona is in development 35 km north-east of the point, designed with 60 Siemens Wind Power 6 MW gearless turbines.
  • Crystal Steel Fabricators Inc. is contracted to produce components for Ørsted offshore wind projects in Maryland and New Jersey.
  • The town's museum now known as "The Mo" includes a collection of old lifeboats, various displays, a viewing tower and houses the Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm visitor centre.
  • More than three-quarters of solar generation came from distributed small-scale installations such as rooftop solar in 2019, and there is planning underway to significantly increase renewable generation with the state's offshore wind resource.
  • Starting in 2015, a UVA team led by mechanical engineering professor Eric Loth began Department of Energy-funded research into an original design of offshore wind turbines that would potentially dwarf the size and scope of any being produced or researched anywhere else.

  • For instance, the 2019 levelized cost of energy of solar energy was estimated to be $40-$46/MWh, on shore wind was estimated at $29-$56/MWh, and offshore wind was approximately $92/MWh.
  • In the deep fjords there is still fresh water from the summer with less density than the saltier water along the coast. Offshore wind, common in the fjord areas during winter, sets up a current on the surface from the inner to the outer parts.
  • Brunsbüttel is an important port for bulk goods and also serves as the basis for the offshore wind energy industry.
  • In 2018, a joint venture of German energy company EnBW and Seattle-based Trident Winds announced its plan to obtain the power plant's grid connection to connect a 650 MW floating offshore wind park comprising up to 100 floating wind turbines and a floating substation situated some [...] off the coast.
  • The coast of Cumbria is known as Britain's Energy Coast due to the large amounts of energy being produced along the coast of the county; Sellafield is a power station which is located in West Cumbria and is a major contributor to the "Energy Coast" also, Barrow-in-Furness is major town in contributing to the "Energy Coast" with a power station (Roosecote Power Station), Gas Terminals (Rampside Gas Terminal) and an offshore wind farm (Walney Wind Farm) which is approximately 14 km (8.6 miles) west of the town's coastline with some of the largest wind turbines on Earth.

  • Siemens energy-related products include gas and steam turbines; generators; compressors; on- and offshore wind turbines; high-voltage transmission products; power transformers; high-voltage switching products and systems; alternating and direct current transmission systems; medium-voltage components and systems; and power automation products.
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