12 September 2018
Wind energy in Europe: Outlook to 2022
WIND ENERGY IN EUROPE:
OUTLOOK TO 2022
This publication analyses how EU markets will develop in the next five years
Over the next 5 years European countries will (we hope) deliver on their 2020 renewable energy targets and will prepare their 2030 National Energy and Climate Plans (NECP) outlining their renewables trajectories to 2030. Wind energy will play a key role over the period, allowing many European countries to continue decarbonising their power systems in a cost-effective way and to continue the transformation of their energy systems.
Europe can expect to see new installations of wind energy capacity at an average rate of 17.4 GW a year from 2018-22. The growth will come in both onshore and offshore wind.
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