A sector deal for offshore wind in the UK aims to ensure that one-third of British electricity comes from offshore wind. Meanwhile, new requirements for local involvement have also been set, informs BEIS, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, in a press release.
The deal sets a national target for the UK to reach 30 GW in offshore wind capacity by 2030, thereby focusing on making the UK the home of approximately one-fifth of the world's projects offshore wind capacity by that year.
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