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Offshore Winds And Resources

Metocean; Coastal; Meteorology; Maritime; Utilities (water, electricity, waste) ; Oil and Gas

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Wind farmers Utilities companies Wind turbine manufactures Consultancies Researchers

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  • Users can browse DTU's archive with 300,000+ wind maps over the Europea seas and other selected areas with importance for offshore wind energy planning.
  • Users can download wind fields over an area of interest (e.g a future offshore wind farm site) and investigate the wind flow in detail.
  • Users can view and download different wind atlases based on EO data or model simulations and use there for their own analyses and presentations.

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