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Offshore windfarm development: bigger, better, cheaper

18.03.2019
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Cost of offshore wind has fallen as turbines have improved, along with energy storage schemesIt is hard to keep up with how quickly offshore wind technology is developing. Turbines standing in shallow seas will soon cover hundreds of square miles of the UK's coasts, providing one-third of Britain's electricity.Next it will be the turn of floating turbines. Admittedly, it took 15 years for Statoil to develop the first floating windfarm off Aberdeen, but its output has exceeded expectations. The Norwegian state oil company, renamed Equinor to make its image greener, has said more than half of the North Sea is suitable for deploying floating wind power. Electricity produced from these turbines anchored in deep water could provide all the EU's electricity four times over. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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