A Quarter Of EU’s Electricity Demand Could Be Met By Offshore Wind At €54/MWh

Up to a quarter of the European Union’s electricity demand could be met by onshore wind energy at an average of €54 per megawatt-hour in the most favorable locations, according to a new report published this month, which also suggests offshore wind could generate between 2,600 to 6,000 terawatt-hours per year. 

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