Japan Expanding Floating Wind Farm Amid Intensifying Global RaceBy
Pilot project off Fukushima is currently world’s largest
Japan has 500 gigawatts of potential floating wind capacity
Japan’s ambition to lead in the development of floating wind turbines is facing stiff competition from rivals in Europe -- most notably from France -- as companies and governments press to lower costs and prove the technology can rival other sources of clean energy.
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