New data suggests offshore wind prices fell 20 percent in 2017

From 2016 to 2017, investment expenses for offshore wind seem to have fallen almost eight times more than expenses for onshore wind.
Photo: Robin Dave
Photo: Robin Dave

Last year broke several records in the European wind industry. According to WindEurope's annual review, more onshore and offshore wind was installed than ever with 12,526 MW at sea and 3,154 MW on land. But wind investments also reached a never-before-seen level.

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