13 September 2017 | Der Tagesspiegal – Background, Energie & Klima
Prices for offshore wind power are falling sharply in Great Britain
"If costs continue to fall at the current rate, we may see offshore wind deployed without the need for government subsidies much sooner than previously anticipated—perhaps within the next ten years states Richard Howard"
Government to go full tilt for offshore wind power
"The devaluation of sterling since last year’s Brexit vote will put some upward pressure on consumer costs, since more than 50pc of the amount spent on a typical wind farm is imported. But in the longer term, the rebalancing of the currency will boost the competitiveness of UK offshore wind suppliers discusses Richard Howard, Aurora"