Sweden's wind production braced to double by 2022

Over 2 GW is expected to be installed in Sweden. It will be a backward step if the Swedish subsidy system is suddenly closed, says a wind industry association.

Sweden's wind production fell by just 7 percent to 16.4 TWh in 2018, however a wind association projects expansion of almost 3.4 GW over the next three years, and 2,242 GW are projected for 2019 alone.

The installation of the many long-blade new turbines will cause Swedish wind production to double to approximately 35 TWh in 2022, says Svensk VindEnergi (Swedish Wind Energy) in a new forecast.

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