German wind sector hits new record low in Q1

New onshore wind installations during this year's first quarter hit the lowest level in almost 20 years, show figures from Wind Europe. This development undermines both Germany's and the EU's renewable energy targets for 2030, the trade association warns.
Photo: Senvion
Photo: Senvion

German onshore wind capacity growth hit a record low in the first quarter of this year, show new figures from trade association Wind Europe, which describes this development as a veritable collapse that both jeopardizes German and EU renewable energy targets.

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