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European Summit to Accelerate Wind Energy Production in North Sea

The meeting will organise by Belgium in the coastal town of Ostend, to meet the leaders of EU members France, Germany, Ireland, Denmark, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.

April 25, 2023. By Nivedita Ojha

Nine European nations were organising a summit targeted at escalating wind power generation in the North Sea.

The meeting will organised by Belgium in the coastal town of Ostend, to meet the leaders of EU members France, Germany, Ireland, Denmark, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.

The collective common target of various countries of Europe was to promote offshore wind power generation to 120 gigawatts by the year 2030 from mere 30 GW to least 300 GW by the year 2050.

Europe requires to construct the offshore infrastructure to expand 20 GW in output yearly, with supply chain bottlenecks for cables, substations and foundations, and in the presence of offshore wind vessels.

Britain has the greatest fleet of offshore wind farms, 45 of them manufacturing 14 GW, with further proposal to expand capacity to 50 GW by 2030.

Germany is having 30 wind farms producing 8 GW, ensued by the Netherlands with 2.8 GW and Denmark and Belgium both with 2.3 GW.

The European Union set a target to twice the amount of renewables in its energy amalgamation, to 42.5 percent, so that it will make easier to get permits to set up the infrastructure.
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