Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands Want to Build an Island Hub to Support 100GW of Offshore Wind

By [email protected] A group of European countries is looking to build a giant island in the North Sea order to support up to 100 gigawatts of offshore wind projects.

If built, the island would be sited on the Dogger Bank, a large North Sea sandbank where the water depth ranges from 15 to 36 meters.

It is intended to act as a staging post for turbine operations and maintenance crews, as well as to provide a central connection for planned far-shore wind farms and host direct current lines acting as interconnectors between Denmark, Germany, Holland, Norway and the U.K.

“The cooperation will spend

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