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Deep waters, double turbines to lead Hexicon's breakthrough

With two turbines on one foundation, Swedish floating wind firm Hexicon means to secure a front position in the segment where fixed-bottom offshore wind cannot be part of the green energy race. CEO is confident in breakthrough by the end of the decade.

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With two turbines on a single foundation, Swedish firm Hexicon means to conquer the floating wind market, which is anticipating a major breakthrough in the years to come.

Grand plans for a green transformation emerging across the globe entail a need to find the right technologies to replace fossil energy sources. Hexicon is confident that floating wind will become one of the preferred technologies once developments accelerate in earnest.

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