Industry fears that offshore wind gap will break the bank

The industry urges European politicians to agree on a target of 60 GW new offshore wind over the next decade. But despite the dramatic price reductions on the technology, this demand has been rejected for the time being.

MHI Vestas has built a miniature movie theater for the OWE in London. The movie playing was about potential problems if politicians do not start thinking outside of the box. | Photo: WindEurope


On screen, the camera pans out to show a dark blue sea rippling to a dramatic soundtack.

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