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Offshore wind could be a gold mine for offshore carriers

Offshore carriers specializing in erecting offshore wind turbines can look forward to bulging order books over the next 15 years. In a new report, OECD projects that the global offshore wind market will grow significantly between now and 2030. A2Sea is turning its focus to Asia and the US.

Rederi med ekspertise i at opsætte havvindmøller kan få rigeligt at lave de næste fem år. PR-foto: A2Sea.

The global market for offshore wind looks set to enter a golden era over the next 15 years, in which the sector is expected to grow significantly and create thousands of jobs around the world.

This creates good opportunities for offshore carriers with expertise in setting up wind turbines offshore, as the demand will increase exponentially in Europe, Asia and the US.

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