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This is how we can make floating wind farms the future of green electricity

Floating wind farms could help supercharge the world's renewable energy capacity. Image: REUTERS

Susan Gourvenec

Royal Academy of Engineering Chair, Emerging Technologies - Intelligent & Resilient Ocean Engineering, University of Southampton

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This is by how much the installed capacity grew - of floating wind farms (light grey) vs. on shore wind farms (dark grey). Image: IRENA

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