Equinor behind new large-scale North Sea offshore wind project

Energy companies Equinor, RWE and Norsk Hydro plan to submit a joint proposal to Norwegian authorities to develop a large-scale wind farm in the North Sea. Development costs total EUR 3-3.4 billion.

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Three new partners have joined up on an offer to Norwegian authorities to develop a large-scale offshore wind farm in the region Sørlige Nordsjø II.

This is one of the two main areas opened up by authorities for offshore wind development at the start of the year, when licensing rounds for Sørlige Nordsjø II and Utsira Nord launched on Jan. 1.

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