Report: UK wind and marine energy exports worth £525m a year

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Offshore wind accounted for 70 per cent of exports from wind and marine energy last year
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Offshore wind accounted for 70 per cent of exports from wind and marine energy last year

UK is the 'go-to destination' around the world for expertise on designing, building, and further developing wind, wave, and tidal energy projects, RenewableUK claims

The UK's wind, wave, and tidal energy sector exports are worth £525m to the economy each year, with British-based companies now exporting their products and services to 37 countries across six continents,...

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