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UK TO FLOAT WIND

UK Crown Estate to offer up deep water sites James Quilter, 26 April 2012 (Windpower Monthly) “The Crown Estate, which controls the UK's territorial waters…plans to open up test sites in deeper waters in the North Sea… as part of the UK's study into lowering the cost of energy for offshore wind. “The move would mean the development of floating platforms, which are being trialled by compa
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