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Australia's first offshore wind farm has seen installation of two floating LiDAR sensors, one buoy and a new CEO.
Photo: Frauenhofer
Photo: Frauenhofer

Australian offshore wind project Star of the South has taken another couple of steps toward becoming reality. At the up to 2GW project, which Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) bought its way into two years ago, work has commenced to have wind and sea conditions measured by way of two LiDAR sensors and a wave buoy.

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