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Energy isle could come online in 2031

The first offshore wind turbines for the 3-GW endeavor could connect to the forthcoming energy island in the North Sea as of 2031, according to preliminary tender documents from the Danish Energy Agency.

The Danish Energy Agency invites to a market dialog on the energy hub by specifying current expectations of the project's timetable. | Photo: PR - TenneT

The delay of the prestigious energy-island project in the North Sea could be shorter than assumed.

Whereas Danish parliament's final political agreement on the nation's two planned hubs determined that the caisson construction in the North Sea could hardly be realized before 2033, the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) now invites to a market dialog, saying offshore wind turbines may be connected to the island as of 2031.

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