Offshore wind power is becoming increasingly important in the context of the ambitious energy transition targets. The plunging costs and technological advances in renewables are remarkable, and nowhere more so than in fixed and floating offshore wind.
Floating offshore wind will be an exciting new market with 250 GW installed producing 2% of global power in 2050. Therefore, with the increasing number of offshore wind farms projects, it is now necessary to ensure that both efficient and reliable solutions for integrating offshore wind energy into the transmission grids are implemented, whilst considering varying special characteristics in each system.
What can we learn from the experience of over two decades of offshore wind power grid integration?
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