An estimated 467MW of floating wind capacity is anticipated to be operational by 2026 in Mainland (ML.) China with the first turbine commissioned in 2021. ML. China currently ranks fifth globally in terms of installed capacity and this could speed up…
The UK’s Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme has played a key role in developing the country’s offshore wind industry – 65% of operational and EPCI capacity is now supported by a CfD. Industry experts were closely following the results of the fourth CfD auction; would the scheme remain as popular as in previous years?
In the latest release of the Global Offshore Wind Market Forecast, covering July – September, our analysis revealed that global installed capacity totalled 37.9 GW at the end of 3Q 2021, with Mainland China and UK accounting for 31% and 27% of total market share respectively.
Offshore wind development across US states has not been uniform, with states such as Massachusetts, New York and New Jersey far more visible in terms of ambition and development pipeline Click play to watch our infographic on the US offshore wind pipeline capacity by state.
In the newest quarterly release of the World Offshore Wind Market Forecast, analysis showed that mainland China overtook the UK in 2Q 2021 to become the world’s largest offshore wind market
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