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Ireland has the wind and seas to become an offshore superpower

By Aldert Otter, PhD Researcher, Marine and Renewable Energy Ireland, University College Cork
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The Irish government signed up to the recent Glasgow Climate Pact and used the summit to announce a raft of ambitious goals, including the development of 5 gigawatts (GW) of offshore wind energy up to 2030. That would more than double the country’s current onshore and offshore wind power capacity.

Compared to some of its more outlandish ambitions, such as having nearly a million…The Conversation

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