Floating wind’s ‘embryonic state’ means small contribution this decade — Aegir Insights

There could be as little as 1-2GW of floating offshore wind capacity installed by 2030, offshore wind intelligence firm Aegir Insights told Windpower Monthly amid recent struggles for the "embryonic" sector.

by Orlando Jenkinson

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