Europe's wind industry set 2020 order record of 15 GW

The wind turbine industry gave the Covid crisis a wide berth, thickening order books in both the onshore and offshore segments.

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Europe's wind industry stormed ahead throughout 2020 and increased the amount of orders by 74 percent to a record 15 GW.

The sector thereby avoided the Covid crisis entirely and saw its order books get thicker within both onshore and offshore, writes European trade association WindEurope in a press release.

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