Oceans of Energy is planning to deploy a 3 MW off-shore floating PV array in the North Sea. The project is being developed under the umbrella of the EU-funded European SCalable Offshore Renewable Energy Sources (EU-SCORES).
A company spokesperson told, “In future projects, we expect to deliver clean energy everywhere in the world for less than €0.05 per kWh.”
According to a recent report from DNV GL, the North Sea may host around 100 MW of floating solar capacity by 2030, and 500 MW by 2035. The LCOE of offshore PV systems is currently estimated at around €354/MWh but in the future it should be close to that of ground-mounted solar parks.
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