New Norstec group aims to give North Sea wind lift-off

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Manufacturers, developers, suppliers, and other industry bodies meet to promote and capitalise on "extraordinary" offshore wind opportunity

Siemens, Alstom, E.ON, and National Grid are among 44 companies meeting today to discuss how to make the most of the "extraordinary economic and investment opportunities" for clean energy projects in the...

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