Ørsted installing around 1GW of German offshore wind

Gigawatt-scale scale projects ought to be a given in Germany's coming offshore wind tender, says Ørsted, which on Wednesday takes the decision to develop one of the world's first unsubsidized offshore wind farms.

What's lost one place must be recouped elsewhere. Few hours after Ørsted was obliged to admit defeat in Denmark's tender for rights to develop offshore wind farm Thor, the Danish utility made its final investment decision for German projects Gode Wind 3 of 242MW and the 900MW Borkum Riffgrund, set to commission in 2024 and 2025, respectively.

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