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Cerulean tables £10bn offshore wind farm to electrify UKCS

Project designed to curb offshore emissions ahead of target and power large-scale green hydrogen production

Independent UK-based renewables developer Cerulean Winds has proposed a £10bn  ($14bn) floating offshore and hydrogen project in the North Sea that it says would have the capacity to electrify the majority of current UK continental shelf oil and gas assets and supply large-scale onshore hydrogen production. The project, which would include 200 floating wind turbines with a total capacity of 3GW at sites West of Shetland and in the Central North Sea, would have the potential from 2024 to reduce emissions “well ahead of abatement targets” and would not require government subsidies, the company says. “The Cerulean UKCS decarbonisation project has the potential to meet all of the basin



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