Netherlands to raise target for North Sea offshore wind

The Dutch government wants to expedite the nation’s offshore wind build-out with a new objective of having installed 70 gigawatts by 2050.

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The Netherlands’ government is preparing to raise the national goal for North Sea offshore wind installations, now targeting establishment of 70 gigawatts by 2050, reports media Offshore Energy.

At the same time, Amsterdam intends to set up Power-to-X facilities to make renewable fuels based on green hydrogen powered by forthcoming North Sea offshore wind.

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