ScotWind’s decision has left Aker Offshore ‘disappointed.’

Norwegians’remain dedicated’ to their goal and to expanding the portfolio of worldwide projects.

Aker Offshore Wind, a Norwegian business, said it is unhappy that it did not receive any licenses in the ScotWind leasing round, but it remains dedicated to its strategy and to expanding its worldwide project portfolio.

“Despite the sadness, we are sure that our expertise, organization, and relationships will help to accelerate the deployment of commercial scale floating wind across the world,” stated Philippe Kavafyan, CEO of Aker Offshore Wind.

“We will promote collaboration among major industry participants to guarantee that the possibility of GWs of floating windfarms in operation before 2030 becomes a reality.”

“We are unhappy with the conclusion of the ScotWind process, but we remain enthusiastic believers in the potential of floating offshore wind and Aker Offshore Wind’s technology and system capabilities to industrialize this market,” stated company chairman Kristian Rokke.

[Image: Aker Offshore Wind]

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