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Offshore Wind: what does the future hold?
- Dec 29, 2019 10:46 am GMT
Parliament has decreed that the UK be zero-carbon by 2050 and Dr Massey and I discuss the future of offshore wind. Without a vast increase in our usage of the latter, such a target stands no chance of being reached. Offshore wind will be crucial to the UK's future energy mix and its economy, and represents a tremendous opportunity to become a world leader in this sector.
So what's happening in offshore wind? As well as chatting through some of the current technological and deployment trends, we also indulge in some crystal-ball gazing to imagine where it might be heading in future - and who might drive it, including great opportunities for diversifying oil and gas companies.
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