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George Brandenburg

As Business Development Manager at DeRegt, I specialise in co-creating high-performance subsea cables for the renewables industry. Together with pioneers in solar, wave- and tidal projects, we develop dynamic cables that are cost-effective and are built to last the harsh conditions at sea. Do you have questions about connecting the grid? Let's tackle your challenges together.
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Advanced applications of fiber optic sensing in subsea environments

Feb 7, 2024 9:18:19 AM / by George Brandenburg posted in Renewable Energy, Subsea cables

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Our previous article about cable sensing delved into the fascinating world of fiber optic transmission and sensing technologies, uncovering how these innovations reshape data communication and monitoring. In this continuation, we venture further into the specialized realm of distributed fiber optic sensing, exploring its groundbreaking applications in various sectors.

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Fiber optic transmission and sensing technologies in subsea cables

Feb 7, 2024 9:18:10 AM / by George Brandenburg posted in Innovation, Subsea cables

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​​Safeguarding sustainability: the state of underwater seabed security

Jan 18, 2024 1:31:41 PM / by George Brandenburg posted in Renewable Energy, Subsea cables

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Although it may not generate headlines in the same way as other matters of national security, underwater seabed security is of vital importance. Our access to energy and ability to communicate with others around the world depend on undersea cables. They may be hidden many miles below the ocean’s surface, but they are integral to our daily lives. And the sustainability movement will only increase the necessity of seabed security in the years to come.

 

The NordStream pipeline blasts of September 2022 have reignited awareness of the importance of underwater seabed security. Those blasts, which led to the loss of around 800 million cubic metres of gas, according to Russia's Gazprom, also resulted in the disturbance of long-buried toxic substances that threaten marine life. But although this incident has certainly left most stakeholders in agreement that something must be done to improve underwater seabed security, what this should be exactly is less certain.

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Understanding the Impact of Ocean Energy Converter Types on Subsea Cables

Jun 15, 2023 10:44:20 AM / by George Brandenburg posted in Renewable Energy, Renewables

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When it comes to ocean energy conversion, the choice of cable plays a crucial role in ensuring the success and efficiency of your renewable energy project. With a diverse range of ocean energy converter technologies available (such as tidal turbines, wave energy converters, and floating solar installations) it is essential to understand how the type of converter impacts cable selection.

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Designing and prototyping a dynamic umbilical for your Renewable Energy project

Apr 5, 2023 9:08:09 AM / by George Brandenburg posted in Renewable Energy, Cable design

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Within the renewable energy industry, power transmission is an important aspect. A great variety of cables, both static and dynamic umbilicals, is being used for that purpose. With the rise of wave energy conversion systems and offshore floating wind, there has been renewed interest in dynamic umbilicals / power export cables. 

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