Offshore wind farm Star of the South has taken another important step toward becoming a reality. The Australian government has thus approved a license allowing the developer behind the 2 GW project, Offshore Energy Pty., to initiate site assessment, informs Australian Energy Minister Angus Taylor in a press release.
Since 2017, the project has been owned in partnership with Danish project developer Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP).
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