Baltic countries form offshore wind partnership

Suspected embezzlement of subsidy capital and fear of Russian involvement have been a few of the factors that have thus far obstructed offshore wind development, but Estonia and Latvia are now ready to establish guidelines for a joint project in the Gulf of Livonia.
Golden day lay ahead for Latvia and Estonia's offshore wind partnership, this photo seems to communicate. It's certainly very handsome. | Photo: Jürgen Randma/Riigikantselei
Golden day lay ahead for Latvia and Estonia's offshore wind partnership, this photo seems to communicate. It's certainly very handsome. | Photo: Jürgen Randma/Riigikantselei

Cooperation among EU member states. That was one of the main themes emphasized in the report trade association WindEurope published ahead of this year's offshore wind conference.

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