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The winds of change: 5 charts on the future of offshore wind energy

Despite the disruption, the pandemic has failed to cast a shadow over growth of offshore wind energy sector Image: REUTERS/Phil Noble

Andrea Willige

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Installation of offshore wind energy farms has seen a surge in Europe and China Image: GWEC Market Intelligence, June 2020
Global offshore wind energy growth to 2030. Image: GWEC Market Intelligence, June 2020

Global offshore wind energy growth to 2030 in Europe. Image: GWEC Market Intelligence, June 2020
Global offshore wind energy growth to 2030 in North America. Image: GWEC Market Intelligence, June 2020
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Floating offshore wind energy installations 2019-2030. Image: GWEC Market Intelligence, June 2020

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