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Ports of Normandy Authority (PNA), the port authority of Cherbourg and Caen-Ouistreham, has just finalised its  proposal to assist in the development of offshore wind energy in the Channel. PNA has published information concerning the capacity and characteristics of the ports it owns, with a view to supporting a European-level wind energy sector that would make use of its port facilities for support and assembly. 

PNA ports will be able to offer industrial, technical and logistical support to the planned development of wind farms in the Channel, both on the English and the French side. The configuration of the port of Cherbourg allows for the reception of all the marine-based renewable-energy sector's activities, such manufacturing and logistics. The port of Caen-Ouistreham is complementary to that of Cherbourg, and can position itself in relation to the housing of personnel working on the construction of the offshore wind farms and on their maintenance.
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