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EDF enters Norwegian offshore wind

The French utility and partner Deep Wind Offshore will bid in Norway's offshore wind tender.

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Yet another big player on the global energy market has now announced its intention to bid in Norway's offshore wind tender. EDF Renewables and partner Deep Offshore Wind will bid for rights to develop both fixed-bottom and floating wind in two offshore wind areas Utsira Nord and Sørlige Nordsjø II, the French power company writes in a statement.

The cooperation takes the form of a 50/50 joint venture, wherein Deep Wind Offshore will offer its experience working far out to sea, power generation and development of large-scale wind energy. For its part, EDF also adds its experience within development and operating floating and fixed-bottom offshore wind.

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