Wind exec eyes growth in European onshore wind installations

"We expect a net capacity of 9 GW onshore wind be added in Europe every year until 2030," says Wind Europe's CEO.
Photo: /ritzau/Carsten Ingemann
Photo: /ritzau/Carsten Ingemann
By Ritzau Finans

The installation of new onshore wind turbines in Europe will continue in coming years and is not expected to be outdone by the installation of offshore wind turbines before 2030, according to the European wind turbine association, Wind Energy.

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