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    Friday, July 01, 2022

    World’s Planned Offshore Wind Doubled in 2021

    Global offshore wind pipeline doubles

    Gail Rajgor, 22 June 2022 (Windpower Monthly)

    “The global pipeline of offshore wind projects – operational, under construction, consented or planned – has almost doubled over the last year, from 429GW a year ago to 846GW today, according to the latest data from RenewableUK...Europe accounts for 350GW of the current pipeline, with 26GW fully operational, while the remaining 496GW is outside Europe… China is out front with a pipeline of 98GW, while the UK is a close second with 91GW - up from 55GW a year ago…The US in third place with 80GW, while Germany and Brazil round out the top five, with 57GW and 52GW…

    For operational capacity, RenewableUK's report said that China, again, leads with 24.5GW, followed by the UK (10.5GW), Germany (7.7GW), The Netherlands (3GW) and Denmark (2.3GW)…[The UK’s 32GW also lead] the floating wind market…Sweden is second at 25GW, followed by Taiwan (21GW)…The UK also has the biggest operational floating capacity at 80MW, with two floating wind farms generating in Scottish waters…[In April,] 25 parties - including six European governments - agreed to work together to fast-track the deployment of offshore wind in European waters…” click here for more

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