1 GW offshore wind farm to be built in France

In the north-west of France, off the coast of the Normandy region, they intend to build an offshore wind farm with a capacity of 1 GW. It is reported by Ecotown.

The government began to conduct public consultations on the project in November 2019 and will continue them until May 2020.

The country expects companies such as EDF, Total and Engie will be interested in the offshore project.

In June 2019, a consortium of EDF, Endbridge, and Innogy received permission for a 600 MW offshore wind farm project.

It was previously reported that an ironworks in the United States would be powered by wind energy.

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