By Paul Dvorak This article provides notice of a report from Market Transparency Research.
Offshore wind energy is witnessing an increased level of adoption chiefly owing to its several benefits as compared to the existing onshore wind energy. Land acquisition and high noise generation in and around onshore wind farms are two reasons affecting the onshore wind energy generation. Feasibility of land is another key concern in present scenario since it depends on environmental conditions. With a number of man-made structures coming up in various parts of the world which act as an obstruction to the otherwise freely flow of wind, onshore wind farms
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