According to a study by the European Environment Agency, offshore wind turbines face more efficiency issues than onshore wind turbines. Greater environmental and social constraints, such as space availability and transmission of electricity, are found in offshore facilities. Because of this, offshore wind turbines tend to be costlier to develop and operate, which further decrease its competitiveness in the market. Onshore wind turbines have been developed for a longer time, so they are likely to be more updated in technology.
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