Offshore wind leaders on the Humber have given their own 2030 vision as a vintage 2022 was toasted.
The curtain came down on The Waterline Summit with a celebration of two completed projects in the cluster, Hornsea Two and Triton Knoll. The climate-focused conference had turned the clock forward for much of the three days as £15 billion of industrial decarbonisation opportunity was dIssected.

Transformation on land is scheduled to come two decades on from the first turbines being installed off the Lincolnshire coast, with the transition on the Energy Estuary aided by the spotlight that has shone on the sector that has settled and soared.

This year Hornsea Two, from Orsted, became the world’s largest offshore wind farm when commissioning completed in August, while RWE’s Triton Knoll has seen the biggest machines yet to be operated from Grimsby installed above the near North Sea waters it occupies.

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