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BBC on prospects for Floating wind..."Wales is well-placed as an area to look into further as is Cornwall, Ireland, the Celtic Sea, but it's currently more extensive in Scotland, where there will be more tests and demonstrations and we are very confident of moving to full scale."

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Matt Chester on Nov 16, 2020

It's interesting that the headline frames this as 'can they power our homes.' Practically, all we should care about is getting those wind-powered electrons into the grid system-- whether they go to homes or industry or elsewhere is more or less an accounting exercise, but the goal is to decarbonize our grid, not decarbonize home electricity vs. other electricity uses. 

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