CIP receives important approval for 2GW offshore farm

Following a long wait, Australia's minister of energy has awarded an exploratory license for the country's first offshore wind farm project.

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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