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Wind Power Cheaper, More Reliable With Floating Turbines: Project Deepwater Study

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Floating wind turbines are a little more complicated and require higher initial costs. But a new study, Project Deepwater, by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) in the UK has found that due to their greater ability to access stronger and more consistent winds deeper out at sea, they are more economically efficient in the long term.

Read the whole story at cleantechnica.com

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