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Offshore Wind: Unpacking the Latest UK leasing rounds: Chinwag podcast

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UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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Offshore Wind: Unpacking the Lates…

The UK has big plans for offshore wind, but the past few weeks has seen a few headwinds - unwanted ones!

High leasing prices, leasing round delays and planning permission court battles - all these have raised their heads recently, to the consternation of some industry observers. We round up some of the key developments and analyse what they might mean for the industry. Are these bumps in the road or evidence of a change in route? Is it right to worry, or do some of these outcomes simply reflect the success of a fast-growing sector?

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