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These are the countries bidding to become wind power superpowers

The potential to deploy both onshore and offshore wind capacity depends on a country’s geography. Image: Unsplash/ Luo Lei

Johnny Wood

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China leads the world in offshore wind capacity growth.
China leads the world in offshore wind capacity growth. Image: Statista

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China accounts for more than a quarter of global wind power capacity.
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