- Apr 4, 2022 10:13 pm GMT
Floating Wind USA
The plan outlined in the UTR, which encompasses permitting, development, construction, operation, and maintenance of the giant project - which would be Washington’s first, would see the array in operation as early as 2030.
Olympic would be sited 43 miles (70km) offshore in water depths of 500-1,300 metres in a swathe that underwent marine spatial planning studies in 2013. Wind speeds in this area run around eight metres a second.
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