Europe's wind sector weathers pandemic with €43bn investment in 2020

Michael Holder
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Wind farms in the UK are getting larger, with Equinor’s planned Dogger Bank project set to have the same capacity as Hinkley Point C | Credit: Equinor
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Wind farms in the UK are getting larger, with Equinor’s planned Dogger Bank project set to have the same capacity as Hinkley Point C | Credit: Equinor

UK leads the way as Europe's onshore and offshore wind sector sees investment grow 70 per cent, despite Covid-19 disruption

Europe invested €43bn in new wind farms in 2020, marking the second highest level of investment on record and a major 70 per cent uptick on the sums channelled into the sector the previous year, as the...

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