Crown Estate fires starting pistol on new generation of offshore wind farms

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Crown Estate fires starting pistol on new generation of offshore wind farms

Manager of the seabed publishes new paper on how the next wave of offshore wind farm zones could be leased to developers

The UK's position as the world's leading offshore wind energy market looks set to be further cemented, after Crown Estate Scotland published proposals to lease a new generation of seabed zones to developers....

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