By 2030, offshore wind farms will produce a third of electricity in Britain

According to the plan, which the British government concurred, offshore wind farms have to produce a third of country’s electricity by the end of 2030.

For today, the offshore wind farms index is about 17% of the total country’s electricity. At the same time, the overall offshore wind farms capacity is about 40% of wind farms in the world.  

British government plans to motivate business to invest additionally $329 million in equipment production for offshore wind turbines construction.

Country plans to become one of the world’s leaders in equipment production for offshore wind farms by increasing equipment exports up to $3.4 billion per year.

Source: hromadske

Tags: renewable energy, wind energy, electricity

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