BP to Form Global Floating Wind Team

(OW) BP is advertising a new opening in its offshore wind business, this time looking for the Head of Floating Offshore Wind, who will develop and lead its global floating offshore wind team from BP’s base in the UK. The company participated in public discussions on California’s (floating) offshore windBP is also exploring floating wind as... Continue Reading →

DNV: Offshore wind could grow 56-fold by 2050 and significantly contribute to green hydrogen production

Offshore wind capacity could grow 56-fold until 2050, driven by a growing need for decarbonisation and energy security, and decreasing costs. Regarding the latter, bottom-fixed and floating offshore wind levelised costs of energy (LCoE) are forecast to drop by 39 per cent and 84 per cent, respectively, according to the new Energy Transition Outlook from... Continue Reading →

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