UK offshore wind pipeline surges to 86GW

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The Hornsea One offshore wind farm in the North Sea is one of the world's largest
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The Hornsea One offshore wind farm in the North Sea is one of the world's largest

Dramatic uptick in projects touted by developers over past year puts UK ahead of China and the USA in terms of proposed offshore wind capacity, RenewableUK research shows

The UK's total pipeline of offshore wind projects now stands at 86GW, more than eight times the country's current operational capacity, RenewableUK has revealed. The pipeline includes projects which...

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