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Hexicon floats to Italy to hook new partner

The Swedish floating wind developer has found a partner in Italy.

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Hexicon is still looking for a big breakthrough for its floating wind concept, which entails installation of two wind turbines upon a single buoyant platform, and now the company has come one step closer with a little help from Italy.

The Swedish floating wind developer has formed a joint venture with Italy's Avapa Energy, based in Bologna. The partnership means tat Avapa is now licensed to use Hexicon's technology for projects either managed by the Avapa or a third party in Italy.

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