Localisation requirements for UK offshore wind could help rebuild local supply chains

The introduction of onshore power supply requirements across the EU's core TEN-T ports by the end of 2025 will alter the case for hybrid short-range passenger ferry designs (credit: Wight Shipyard)

Toby Mumford of Wight Shipyard Co discusses the challenges of preparing for changes in the UK and major European markets, and mulls greater localisation requirements.

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