Our work mentioned in Offshore Wind Journals ‘Danes look beyond historically low bids to post-2020 environment article.


The article states “As BVG Associates also pointed out at the time that deal was struck, under the nearshore model, the Danish Government undertook much of the preliminary development activity. Even though it will pass on some of these costs to Vattenfall, the overall development costs (and risks) are believed to be lower than normal. A further special feature of these Danish sites is that they are long in the crosswind direction and thin in the downwind direction. This means they can be laid out with (nearly) a single row of turbines resulting in very low wake losses when the wind is in the prevailing direction.”