Little deep water wind power needed by 2020

January 2010
ENDS (Environmental Data Services);Jan2010, Issue 420, p13
The article reports that only a small part of the peak capacity offshore wind to be built in the deep waters off Great Britain is needed by 2020. The Crown Estate assumes that this project can be completed within the said timeframe. Only 14GW out of the originally planned 32GW is necessary to meet the targets set by the renewable energy directives of the European Union.


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