New wind plans require far more offshore wind service vessels
Twice as many wind turbines will need to be installed at sea over the next many years, and this will require significantly more offshore wind service vessels to handle the installations, writes Clarksons Platou in a new analysis.
BY TRINE VESTERGAARD, SHIPPINGWATCH
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