LONDON, March 24 (Reuters) – Britain’s Crown Estate said on Wednesday it would start work on producing a new leasing round for commerical-scale floating wind power projects in the Celtic Sea.
Floating wind farms are an emerging technology with far higher costs than plants fixed to the seabed, but costs are expected to fall as more projects are brought online, opening up huge potential to develop projects further offshore.
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