CIP enters 2 GW offshore wind project

Australia's first offshore wind farm welcomes a Danish member to its team. CIP has just signed a partnership deal with the developer of the 2 GW project.

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Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners has entered a partnership deal with Offshore Energy for the further development of the offshore wind project Star of the South.

The project, which thus far has been under development solely by Offshore Energy, is expected to boast 250 turbines and have capacity reaching upwards of 2 GW.

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