Offshore wind installations rose 35 percent globally in 2019

2019 saw higher activity within installation of offshore wind projects than ever before, according to a new report by the Global Wind Energy Council.

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Last year saw installation of new offshore wind farms totaling a capacity of 6.1 GW, and particularly great capacity was installed in China, the UK and Germany.

As such, 2019 saw more projects being installed than ever before, according to a report from the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC).

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