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Taranaki Offshore Partnership, a joint venture between Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners and NZ Super Fund, is set to deploy a Floating Light Detecting and Ranging device (FLiDAR) in New Zealand.
To be stationed 37km off the coast of Patea in the South Taranaki Bight for one year, the FLiDAR will measure wind speeds at heights of up to 300m, waves and currents to provide data critical for assessing the feasibility of the proposed offshore wind farm. Taranaki Offshore Partnership’s proposed offshore wind farm would produce up to 1GW of electricity.
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