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Consortium behind artificial offshore wind island expands

Another member has joined the development of the artificial energy island in the North Sea. Wind ambitions will now be accompanied by gas.

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The North Sea Wind Power Hub consortium has gained a new member and now counts a total of four partners.

The new kid on the block is Dutch Gasunie, which will join the likes of Germany's TenneT and Dutch TenneT, as well as Denmark's Energinet.dk.

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