Energy Transition

Why ‘floating wind’ is key to the energy transition and how to get it onto the sea quickly

The world's first full-scale floating wind turbine, Hywind, being assembled in the Åmøy Fjord near Stavanger, Norway in 2009. Image: Lars Christopher

Rebecca Meier

Senior Consultant, Kearney

Mo Chatterji

Manager, Kearney

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Floating wind energy has a huge potential to fill the gaps in the energy sectors globally
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Expected Floating Wind Energy Cost Reductions
Expected floating wind energy cost reductions. Image: Berkeley Lab
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