Consortium to invest EUR 3bn in Norwegian offshore wind

A Norwegian consortium led by Norseman Wind seeks to secure a license to expand in the region Sørlige Nordsjø II, where at least half of the project is meant to benefit domestic companies.

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Another consortium officially enters the fray of Norwegian offshore wind upon the opening of licensing rounds for the regions Sørlige Nordsjø II and Utsira Nord.

Alongside companies including Aker Solutions, EnBW and Norwegian grocery wholesaler Norgesgruppen, Norseman Wind has applied for a license in Sørlige Nordsjø II to an area of 400 square kilometers and a capacity of 1.4 GW, the consortium writes in a statement.

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