Alternative to floating wind turbines?

The origins of the AWC's design lay in the concrete articulated column developed by the DORIS Group

Current technology tends to limit offshore wind farms to water depths of less than 50 metres but now technology has been developed that can extend this to depths of up to 200 metres, providing a challenge to the use of expensive floating wind turbines.

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