Dong not yet interested in floating offshore wind turbines

While players such as Statoil have made big investments in floating wind turbines, Denmark's Dong Energy is less eager to venture into this technology.

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At this point in time, Danish Dong Energy sees no need to get involved in floating foundations for offshore wind turbines in deep seas.

There are more than enough projects in the pipeline in more shallow ocean areas, said Executive Vice-President and Head of Offshore Wind at Dong, Samuel Leupold to Recharge News at OWE 2017 in London.

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