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This artificial island will power 3 million European households

The first “hub and spoke” energy scheme will involve building an artificial island 80 kilometres out to sea. Image: Danish Energy Agency

Douglas Broom

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2020 saw a record year in wind growth with an estimated 82.3 GW of new wind power capacity globally, according to initial calculations by GWEC, which represents a 36% year-on-year increase in installations.
Image: Global Wind Energy Council
Offshore wind net capacity additions by country or region, 2016-2022
Offshore wind capacity additions by country or region, 2016-22. Image: IEA
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February 1, 2023

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