Cork firm to harness high winds in deep waters
Simply Blue Energy plans to exploit one of Ireland’s most prolific natural resources by building floating wind farms far out to sea
Simply Blue Energy is expanding its operations in Cork as it looks to move early on the high potential floating wind energy market in Ireland.
Opening new offices in Cork last week as it recruited 12 new staff, Sam Roch-Perks, managing director of the renewable energy company, said he was focused on floating wind due to its ability to exploit high wind resources in Ireland’s vast deep sea waters.
Floating wind turbines are mounted...
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