IRENA, GWEC target 380GW in offshore wind by 2030

The two organizations have struck a deal to markedly increase the world's offshore wind expansion ahead of 2030. The current outlook is that 270GW will be established by 2030, with this capacity now set to jump by 110GW.

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380GW in installed offshore wind capacity by 2030 and a whopping 2TW by 2050.

These are the targets set by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) in a new compact aiming to boost the offshore wind ambitions of the world's nations.

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