Australia prepares 2 GW offshore wind farm

A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed for the construction of a huge project consisting of 250 wind turbines.

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Australia could soon host its first offshore wind farm. Australian company Offshore Energy has signed an MoU with the national government and state of Victoria concerning the 2 GW project "Star of the South," which will consist of 250 turbines.

This is according to the Government of Victoria.

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