Wind Catching Systems, a Norwegian company, is developing a floating offshore generator with the potential to produce renewable energy for nearly 80K homes at a cost comparable to that of fossil fuels. The structure, named "Windcatcher," will have 117 turbine rotors stacked vertically to a height nearly the size of the Eiffel Tower. "Our goal is to enable offshore wind operators and developers to produce electricity at a cost that competes with other energy sources without subsidies," Ole Heggheim, Wind Catching Systems CEO told Dezeen.

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