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Norway Preparing for Offshore Wind

With a well-established and highly-trained oil & gas industry already in place, Norway is now looking into the potential of offshore wind to provide clean electricity in the future and to develop its offshore wind supply chain.

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Norway has extremely good wind resources and wants to harvest offshore wind in the future. The government has already expressed interest in floating wind energy, because the coastal waters are very deep and not fitted for bottom-fixed wind turbines.

WindEurope attended the Offshore Wind Days 2019 conference in Oslo last week and stressed that Europe has all the right criteria to further develop it offshore industry locally. Right now, it’s crucial that Europe addresses its most significant offshore challenges. These include the development of the grid infrastructure (which is fundamental to the deployment of more capacity) and ensuring offshore wind’s happy coexistence with fishing, shipping, military interests and biodiversity interests.

Windfair Staff
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