Offshore wind farm package

December 1999
European Power News;Dec99, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p20
Trade Publication
Reports on the Dredging, Environmental and Marine Engineering Group's packaging of the specialist services of its member companies to offer renewable energy developers a full multi-disciplinary solution for the construction of offshore wind farms. Complexities of offshore wind farm engineering; Capabilities of each company involved in the specialist services package.


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