Deluge of challenges prompts Equinor to postpone OSW indefinitely

The Norwegian energy group reduced its assets in the Trollvind project on a previous occasion, and developments have now been put to a complete halt. 
Photo: Equinor
Photo: Equinor
by william rønfeldt kristensen, translated by simon øst vejbæk

A floating offshore wind farm driven by some of the world’s largest oil and gas producers has been postponed indefinitely, namely the Trollvind project, which was slated to produce an annual 4.3TWh with an installed capacity of 1GW.

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