China’s wind farm installations grew 27.8 per cent last year, making up half of the world’s 6.07 gigawatts of offshore wind farms erected globally. Photo: EPA China’s wind farm installations grew 27.8 per cent last year, making up half of the world’s 6.07 gigawatts of offshore wind farms erected globally. Photo: EPA
China’s wind farm installations grew 27.8 per cent last year, making up half of the world’s 6.07 gigawatts of offshore wind farms erected globally. Photo: EPA

China to overtake UK as the world’s top offshore wind farms installer as it works towards carbon-neutral goal

  • China led the world in new annual offshore wind installations for the third year in a row with over 3 gigawatts of new offshore wind capacity in 2020
  • Growth will primarily be driven by developers’ rush to complete projects before Beijing withdraws its tariff subsidy programme at the end of the year

Topic |   China’s carbon neutral goal
China’s wind farm installations grew 27.8 per cent last year, making up half of the world’s 6.07 gigawatts of offshore wind farms erected globally. Photo: EPA China’s wind farm installations grew 27.8 per cent last year, making up half of the world’s 6.07 gigawatts of offshore wind farms erected globally. Photo: EPA
China’s wind farm installations grew 27.8 per cent last year, making up half of the world’s 6.07 gigawatts of offshore wind farms erected globally. Photo: EPA
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