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Oceanex eyes massive 10GW of offshore and floating wind farms in Australia – RenewEconomy

Oceanex Energy hopes to develop more than 9GW of offshore and floating wind farms in Australia, and another 3GW in New Zealand.

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A newly formed offshore wind company – backed by at least one deep pocketed international industrial giant – has revealed ambitious plans to develop more than 9GW of offshore and floating wind farms in Australia, and another 3GW in New Zealand.
Oceanex Energy was set up last year by Andy Evans and Peter Sgardelis, two of the founders of Star of the South, which is advancing the massive 2GW project off the coast of Gippsland in Victoria that is likely to be the country’s first offshore wind farm.

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