Hundreds of companies from across Wales and the south west have this week unveiled a new strategy detailing how the UK could deliver up to 20GW of floating offshore wind capacity in the Celtic Sea that could serve to transform the region’s economy.

The group, known as The Celtic Sea Cluster, brings together more than 240 organisations and is led by its founding partners, the Welsh Government, Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership, Celtic Sea Power, Marine Energy Wales, and the Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult.

The Cluster said its ambition is to establish the Celtic Sea region as a world leader in floating offshore wind by 2030, adding that it intends to play a key role positioning the UK at the forefront of the green industrial revolution as it accelerates its progress towards net zero emissions.

The Cluster have argued that floating wind in the Celtic Sea will

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