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    Norway: New offshore wind farm to be developed in the North Sea

    September 9, 2022 - M-Brain Nordic News


      A major offshore wind farm, Sørlige Nordsjø II, is to be developed in the North Sea, south from Norway. The project includes German green energy supplier RWE Renewables, Norwegian energy company Equinor and Norwegian renewable energy company Hydro REIN who have signed an agreement with Windport, a subsidiary of marine industry company Global Ocean Technology. The wind farm's first phase will be auctioned in 2023. The winner will build a wind farm of 1.5 GW and the electricity will be delivered to mainland Norway. The second stage will also include 1.5 GW and the electricity will also be delivered to Europe.


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