UK wind energy targets achievable, says Crown Estate

March 2013
Engineer (Online Edition);3/7/2013, p1
The article offers information on a report about the wind energy targets of the British government. The report mentions that the government's target of 18 gigawatts of capacity in 2020 is attainable. According to the author, despite the challenges faced by the government, the country's offshore wind industry is expected to continue to attract global investments.


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