FOW CoE: Application of Standards, Regulations, Project Certification & Classification – Risks and Opportunities

This report aims to review the relevant floating offshore wind standards, provide a general overview to stakeholders less familiar with the standardisation framework in floating wind, map existing relevant standards onto a FOW farm project, and to identify risks and opportunities for a project developer and other
stakeholders, with a focus on the UK market.


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Image: Turbines at sea, part of a floating wind network
Photo of the WindFloat Atlantic project courtesy of Principle Power/Ocean Winds

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