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By 2030, 1/3 of United Kingdom energy will come from offshore wind

10 March 2019

"The sector deal will ensure that even more of these companies win work not only on here, but around the world". This report divides the Wind Turbine Blade market based on the key players, Type (Pointed, Flat, Hook), Application (Electric Equipment, Generator) and Regions.

The offshore wind "revolution" will mean nearly a third of homes and businesses will be powered by offshore wind, and more than two thirds by low-carbon sources including. The World Bank and IFC will help emerging markets assess their offshore wind potential and provide technical assistance to develop a growing pipeline of projects that are ready for investment by renewable energy developers.

In a deal between the government and the offshore wind sector, industry players have agreed to invest £250m over the next 11 years in exchange for participation in £557m of state subsidies for renewable energy.

The Co-Chair of the Offshore Wind Industry Council, Benj Sykes, said the deal meant offshore wind would be set to take its place "at the heart of our low-carbon, affordable and reliable electricity system of the future".

Energi Coast Chairman and Tekmar Group CEO, James Ritchie, stated that the Sector Deal is a significant step forward in creating a sustainable industry and providing real value creation to the local supply chain.

"Companies are burgeoning in clusters, creating new centres of excellence in this clean growth boom", he said.

"The UK offshore wind sector has been attracting global interest in its development and investment opportunities, and the range of opportunities for investment will only continue and grow as the activity in the sector progresses so impressively over the next few years".

Key Strategic Developments - The study also includes the key strategic developments of the Offshore Wind Cable market, comprising R&D, new product launch, M&A, agreements, collaborations, partnerships, joint ventures, Global and regional growth of the leading competitors operating in the market on a global and regional scale.

The ' Floating Offshore Wind Power 'research study covers each and every aspect of the Floating Offshore Wind Power market globally, which starts from the definition of the Floating Offshore Wind Power market and develops towards Floating Offshore Wind Power market segmentations. "We also want to ensure far more diversity in the industry, by reaching a target of at least 33% women employees by 2030, and by recruiting people from a wider variety of ethnic backgrounds".

"The government has reaffirmed its support for the Contracts for Difference subsidy regime, for R&D funding to increase United Kingdom competitiveness and further reduce costs, and for policies to support the export of United Kingdom expertise around the world". This leaves Britain with a big energy gap in the future. Although 84% of the total offshore wind installations are in the European waters, the governments outside the European region, particularly in the Asia-Pacific and North America have set an ambitious target for the installation of offshore wind farms in their respective territorial waters.

"Renewable power now presents the best opportunity for cheaper, cleaner and faster decarbonisation", executive director John Sauven said.

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By 2030, 1/3 of United Kingdom energy will come from offshore wind