Offshore wind capacity to thrive in Europe in 2022

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Development is mostly driven by UK ambitions.

Official Press Release Rystad Energy:

Offshore wind capacity additions in Europe to break records in 2022, driven by UK developments

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Offshore wind capacity additions in Europe to break records in 2022, driven by UK developments

New offshore wind capacity additions in Europe are poised to hit a record high this year, topping 4 gigawatts (GW) for the first time and more than doubling additions seen in 2021, Rystad Energy research shows. The continent’s capacity additions in 2022 will hit 4.2 GW, beating the 2021 total of 1.8 GW and topping the previous annual record of 3.8 GW set in 2019.

New capacity additions are expected to grow further in the coming years, almost doubling again in 2023 to 7.3 GW and jumping to 8.6 GW in 2025. Annual capacity additions in 2024 are expected to slow down due to project timing, but high construction activity is likely to lead to the projected record-high commissioning numbers for 2025. The record-high capacity additions will be driven primarily by UK projects... ... More: Official Press Release Rystad Energy

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