Massive Wind Turbines, US Wind Energy Potential, and the Decline of Onshore Wind

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The SG 14.222 DD is headed to Scotland for its first deployment, first power in 2024. A German engineer envisions 250M-tall turbine lattice wind towers; is lattice worth revisiting? Some SPRIN-D designers think so. Meanwhile, Japan has installed its first offshore wind turbines. The country plans to deploy 10 GW of offshore wind capacity by 2030 and up to 45 GW by 2040, including floating wind. While critics say it’s not enough, Japan is moving forward – including with a new “clarity” for offshore bidding, and a little friendly competition.

Back in the US, the lower 48 states were recently ranked by wind energy potential. Spoiler alert: Joel does the math and says Texas has some serious export potential.

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