Better performance - cheaper energy
Floating turbines benefit from the stronger, more consistent winds generally found further out at sea. The North Sea's first floating projects have demonstrated they produce more energy than conventional turbines - the more efficient they are, the cheaper energy is for consumers.
Local supply chain opportunities
Floating turbines are assembled onshore, providing major economic benefits to the communities around ports and the local supply chain.
Environmental benefits
Mooring systems for floating turbines limit the risk of disruption to the seabed or marine ecosystems.
Reduced visual impact
Floating wind technology allows turbines to be sited in much deeper waters further from the shore, significantly reducing visual impact on coastal communities.

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