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Norwegian renewable energy developers Vårgrønn and Å Energi, together with UK-based Corio Generation have entered into a partnership dedicated to developing sustainable offshore wind in Norway.


According to research commissioned by the Brigg Vind partners, Norway’s potential for commercial offshore wind capacity could exceed 50 GW by 2050, potentially creating more than 55,000 new offshore wind jobs in Norway.

“We see huge commercial potential in the Norwegian offshore wind market. We see 50 GW by 2050 as a realistic target. Together with our partners, we are now ready to deliver the first round of projects by 2030″, said Olav Hetland, CEO of Vårgrønn.

“Our shared vision is that Norway delivers on its long-term ambition to become a major force in offshore wind power. This can be Norway’s next big growth sector, drawing on the country’s offshore and maritime skills base and heritage in pioneering renewable energy”, said Jonathan Cole, CEO of Corio Generation.


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