11 Dec '11, 3am

Why DOE-Funded Floating Turbines May Change Future of Offshore Wind

Then Maine Governor John Baldacci had visited Norway to inspect Statoil’s Hywind floating turbine project with state and university officials and business leaders and encouraged Statoil to consider his state for deep-water testing of the commercial floating wind turbine technology in the Gulf of Maine. A return visit introduced Norway’s Statoil to turbine construction expertise in Maine, visiting the Vinalhaven wind turbines on the Fox Islands constructed by Cianbro.

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2011/12/10/why-doe-funded-floati...

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