The Netherlands selects three offshore wind sites for 10.7GW

The Dutch government aims for to add offshore wind power totaling 21GW towards 2030.

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The Netherlands' government has selected three new sites which will contribute with 10.7GW of offshore wind capacity towards 2030.

The plan is for the sites Nederwiek, Lagelander, and Doordewind to be tendered in 2025, joining already scheduled 11GW for a total of 21GW of offshore wind capacity by 2030.

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