Equinor says time has come for large floating wind projects

New floating offshore wind projects should preferably be of the gigawatt scale, and over 500MW as a minimum, says Equinor’s floating wind lead.
Photo: Equinor
Photo: Equinor
by ANDERS LIE BRENNA, translated by jonas sahl hollænder

At a seminar arranged by climate organization ZERO, Equinor’s vice president for floating offshore wind said that the time has come to bank on major projects within the segment.

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