Equinor finds partners in French floating wind efforts

The Norwegian firm joins RES and Green Giraffe in establishing a new company focusing on licenses for floating wind in France.

Photo: Michal Wachucik/Abermedia / Equinor ASA

Equinor isn't exactly a newcomer to floating offshore wind. Perhaps that's why it's no real surprise to see the Norwegian firm deciding to pursue a piece of the French tenders.

The Norwegian oil major will do so alongside energy company RES and consultancy Green Giraffe, Equinor writes in a statement. The three plan to establish a new company named Océole with a particular focus on floating offshore wind in France.

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