Reducing Cost and Risk in Floating Offshore Wind - A Buoyant Future

Reducing Cost and Risk in Floating Offshore Wind - A Buoyant Future

Technological advances in floating wind will open up opportunities to exploit the abundant wind resource in deeper water sites where it is currently not possible to deploy fixed-bottom foundations, making this an important area of research for the offshore wind industry. This article, written by By Robert Proskovics and Gavin Smart, ORE Catapult,  analyses the costs and risks of the three most common types of floating wind structure and compares them to those of a fixed-bottom monopile wind farm.


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