Norseman Wind urges concrete offshore wind targets in Norway

Developer Norseman Wind estimates that Sørlige Nordsjø II’s potential is two or three times bigger than the 3GW currently allocated.

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Norwegian wind power at sea has been a topic of discussion for many years, and now things are moving forward.

Initially, however, only 1.5GW of floating wind has been arranged for Utsira Nord in addition to 1.5GW of fixed-bottom variety at Sørlige Nordsjø II. For the latter, the plan is to open up for 3GW in total down the line.

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