Minesto Shares First Glimpse of the Dragon 4

Minesto Shares First Glimpse of the Dragon 4

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First Glimpse Dragon 4

Minesto shares first glimpse of the first Dragon 4 unit. The Dragon Class line is designed for increased performance, reduced costs, and scalable for commercial installations.

Deep Green Marine Energy

It is the new range of power plants of Minesto’s Deep Green marine energy technology, having developed from the grid-connected Deep Green systems installed and operated in Vestmannasund, Faroe Islands.

First Glimpse Dragon 4; Product Range

Dragon 4 models can be distinguished by the size of the wing. The current product range in development stretches from Dragon 4 (~4-meter wing) to Dragon 12 (~12-meter wing), with rated power ranging from 50 kW to 1.2 MW.

 

First Glimpse Dragon 4; About Minesto

Minesto is a marine energy technology developer, founded in 2007 as a spin-off from Swedish aerospace manufacturer Saab. Since then, Minesto has successfully developed its unique Deep Green technology.

Company Location

The company has operations in Sweden, Wales, Northern Ireland and Taiwan, with headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden. Main owners are BGA Invest and Midroc New Technology. Minesto’s share is listed on the Nasdaq First North Growth Market in Stockholm.

The Minesto team

The Minesto team of more than 50 professionals has a mix of core technical skills and extensive experience in bringing new technology to the market. In many connected areas of expertise, we have teamed up with world-leading companies and research institutes, who contribute to the technology and product development on a daily basis.

Backgrounds

Our team of experienced engineers represent a wide range of backgrounds that together cover key technology areas for Minesto, such as Control-System design, hydrodynamics, simulation and testing and mechanical construction.

Work Resume

Members of the team have previously worked in high-tech start-up settings and with technology-powerhouses such as Saab Aircraft, Volvo Truck Corporation and Bofors Missile Systems.

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