Offshore wind on track to become cheaper than gas power within five years, says report

James Murray
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Industry-commissioned study details how offshore wind is on a steep cost reduction curve that should allow new projects to compete with new gas power plants

Offshore wind projects going into construction in 2020 could deliver clean power at a cost that is lower than that delivered by new gas-fired power plants. That is the key conclusion from the latest...

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