“Offshore wind is viewed as a much more environmentally friendly energy source than traditional approaches such as coal, oil and gas. Offshore wind is attractive because it has the potential to create large energy volumes with minimal environmental impact. It is considered a prime energy source in the future. Consequently, demand for offshore wind solutions is rising, and sales are increasing at double digit rates.” – BCC Research – Global Markets for Offshore Wind Turbines
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