Vissim strikes deal with Equinor on Dogger Bank

The software firm will provide digital optimization solutions to Equinor's offshore wind projects, including Dogger Bank A, B and C.

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Norwegian software company Vissim has made a deal with compatriot oil firm Equinor to help optimize its solutions for offshore wind farms. And one of the projects highlighted by the company is Dogger Bank, which is set for construction in three stages offshore of Britain with a total capacity of 1.2 GW.

Vissim has prior experience with offshore wind and has this year already secured contracts on its solutions for new offshore wind projects in France, Japan and Scotland.

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