Energy and environmental law and policy series volume 28 offshore wind in the european union towards integrated management of our marine waters provides you with a thorough exploration of the issues behind the planning permitting and licensing of offshore wind farms and grid interconnections in the european union marine waters with a focus on the north and baltic seas. Offshore wind in the european union towards integrated management of our marine waters katelijn van hende home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for energy and environmental law policy series . The european union has 3072 grid connected offshore wind turbines at 82 farms spanning 11 countries for a total of 103936 mw of offshore wind energy capacity as of june 30 2015 market leaders the united kingdom denmark and germany are the clear leaders in offshore wind energy development in europe. The european unioneu aims to increase its use of renewable energy to 20 of the eus total energy consumption by 2020 in connection with this offshore wind power generation is growing rapidly in europe this technology involves large turbines installed in the sea that harness the power of the wind to produce electricity. Offshore wind power or offshore wind energy is the use of wind farms constructed in bodies of water usually in the ocean on the continental shelf to harvest wind energy to generate electricity higher wind speeds are available offshore compared to on land so offshore wind powers electricity generation is higher per amount of capacity installed and nimby opposition to construction is
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