Offshore Wind Turbines
With land constraints and the need for a quick transition to renewable energy countries are rapidly adopting offshore wind turbines to reach net zero targets.
The Ocean Renewable Energy Action Coalition (OREAC) has called upon all governments to increase their offshore renewable energy ambition to achieve the vision of 1,400 GW offshore wind by 2050.
As of 2021, installed global offshore wind capacity was estimated at 48 GW.
To drive efficiency in installed capacity, bigger turbines are required to generate more power and generate capital efficiency. To drive efficiency in installed capacity, bigger turbines are required to generate more power and generate capital efficiency. In order to reach this target, governments will be heavily reliant on projects like Makuutu, containing the basket of Dysprosium (Dy) and Terbium (Tb) to reach this milestone.
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