UK and Germany now share a common goal: to rapidly accelerate the development and deployment of offshore wind energy to help their respective countries deliver energy security and meet agreed carbon reduction plans.
The recent Renewables Road Map put the UK goal at up to 18GW by 2020, while Chancellor Angela Merkel has committed Germany to building 25GW of offshore wind capacity over the next 20 years, as part of the country’s nuclear energy exit strategy.
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