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    Friday, November 06, 2020

    World Ocean Wind Gets Bigger

    GWEC: Offshore wind will surge to over 234 GW by 2030, led by Asia-Pacific

    5 August 2020 (Global Wind Energy Council)

    “…With 6.1 GW of new capacity added, 2019 was the best year in history for the global offshore wind industry, bringing total global cumulative installations to 29.1 GW. China remains in the number one spot for the second year in a row for new installations, installing a record 2.4 GW, followed by the UK at 1.8 GW and Germany at 1.1 GW…Offshore wind is being seen as a major contributor to post-COVID economic recovery by governments…[It] has been less impacted by the pandemic compared to other energy sectors… thanks to continued growth 900,000 jobs will be created in the industry over the next decade, demonstrating its viability to be a key driver for a global green recovery…[T]hrough 2030, more than 205 GW of new offshore wind capacity will be added globally, including at least 6.2 GW of floating offshore wind…

    …[This 15 GW increase from the pre-COVID forecast shows] the resilience of the sector…Floating offshore wind will reach full commercialisation by 2030 with at least 6 GW installed globally. Turbine technology is also set to improve in both efficiency and resilience, resulting in LCOE reductions and increased adoption. Other innovations such as Power-to-X will also play a key role in opening new market opportunities for offshore wind and decarbonising our energy systems.” click here for more

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