The Netherlands’ Utrecht has become home to a new office for Copenhagen Offshore Partners (COP), a pioneer in offshore wind origination, development, and construction.
Early market assessments for offshore wind in the nation are being conducted by COP.
Because to the Dutch North Sea’s attractive offshore wind production conditions—including its relatively shallow waters, windy environment, and accessibility to ports and energy end users—COP has concentrated on the Dutch market. The ambitious renewable energy goals of the Netherlands, which include having at least 21 GW of offshore wind in operation by 2030, up to 50 GW by 2040, and 70 GW of total capacity by 2050, depend heavily on offshore wind growth.
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