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"Although we don't think we will see the first offshore development in the country until 2030, it is certainly an area worth investigating." Mercia Grimbeek, Chair of SAWEA.
Siemens Gamesa has pioneered wind circularity by launching the world’s first recyclable wind turbine blade for commercial use offshore.
New installed capacity of offshore wind reached 6.1GW in 2020, 14 times higher than 10 years ago says the Global Wind Energy Council in its latest report.
A scanning lidar campaign, completed by UL, has assessed local wind resources in support of offshore wind farm development in Germany’s North Sea.
The investment from Moreld Ocean Wind and Chevron Technology Ventures will fund Ocergy's offshore floating wind technology solutions including an environmental monitoring buoy.
The offshore wind industry envisions an installation of 1,400GW of offshore wind by 2050 to drive decarbonisation and a green economy. Is this achievable?
The International Energy Agency finds that global offshore wind capacity may increase 15-fold and attract around $1 trillion of cumulative investment by 2040.
The overall renewable power capacity, excluding hydropower, in Sweden is projected to more than double from 14.8GW in 2019 to 30.4 GW in 2030.
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