Decision on 660 MW British wind park approaching

Offshore carriers can look forward to quite a mouthful when the British government within the next few months will reach a decision regarding one of the biggest North Sea offshore wind projects ever.

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November 7th this year marks the deadline for the British government's final decision regarding the major offshore wind project Walney 3 - which is being developed by Dong Energy - says the British authority The Planning Inspectorate in a statement about the 660 megawatt (MW) project.

The authority has recommended that the government approves the project.

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