Many people believe that offshore wind power will be the main source of energy in the future. However, whether this will actually happen and what the advantages/disadvantages of this energy source are, let’s find out and evaluate.
In the context of fossil fuels, traditional energy sources are increasingly depleted, prices are skyrocketing…, sustainable energy development is becoming a top priority for countries around the world, including Vietnam.
In developed countries around the world, offshore wind power is becoming a more popular choice for energy producers. It is seen as a new trend in the energy industry because it can produce electricity efficiently and sustainably.
Advantages of offshore wind power
Jack-up offshore is an effective tool for the offshore wind power industry
High initial investment costs: Specifically, many wind power manufacturers need to invest billions of dollars to build offshore wind equipment. This enormous cost makes it difficult to deploy offshore wind for small businesses and developing countries.
Risk of negative impact on marine organisms: Wind turbine blades can cause noise and vibration in the water, affecting marine organisms such as fish, shrimp, jellyfish, and other marine animals, impacting the fishing industry.