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Japan offshore wind set for fast-track expansion

Offshore wind, which offers the advantage of scale over other renewable sources, will help bridge a power generation capacity gap that has emerged as Japan struggles to restart its nuclear reactors. But the local supply chain may not be ready in time to support new projects expected to be tendered out this year

WoodMac projects Japan’s offshore wind capacity will expand 62-fold to four gigawatts in 2028

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