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Great to see the birth of offshore wind in France.

The 480 MW project is scheduled to be operational in the summer of 2022 when it will become the first commercial-scale wind farm installed in French waters.

 

Renewable generation increased by 4x in France over the last decade - from 16 TWh in 2010 to 64 TWh in 2020. With offshore wind and continuing investment in onshore wind and solar - France should be able to double its renewable generation this decade.

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Matt Chester on Oct 14, 2021

The 480 MW project is scheduled to be operational in the summer of 2022 when it will become the first commercial-scale wind farm installed in French waters.

That's a nice sized project for it to be the country's first!

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