L'éolien offshore: Défis, opportunités et implications sur la couverture d'assurance
Imagine a wind turbine the height of the Eiffel tower, floating in the sea, connected to the shore via a floating substation, its blades rotating with tip speeds of more than 300km/h. What may sound like a daring experiment is soon to become reality off the shores of France. By 2030, France is striving to start projects producing a total of 18 Gigawatt, a third of which from floating windfarms and two thirds from grounded windfarms. This is an ambitious undertaking, as it equals today's worldwide installed offshore wind energy capacity!
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