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In theory, there could be a match between the growth pattern of electricity demand in the industry and the developments in the offshore wind sector. But how does this work in practice? The electricity production curve of offshore wind depends on wind speeds, which fluctuate over time, leading to energy surpluses and shortages.

In this edition of Studio Offshore Energy, we will discuss the report 'Flattening the Curve.' Joined by expert speaker Bart Visser, of Kalavasta, we will delve into the symbiotic relationship between far-reaching electrification in the industry and the development of offshore wind, and how the mismatch between industrial demand and offshore supply was analysed. Additionally, we highlight the search for techno-economic solutions to bring both curves closer together.

Join us for our morning webinar Studio Offshore Energy, on December 12, from 8:30 until 9:00, on Teams. Registrer here.

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