Offshore wind to provides 300,000 jobs by 2030

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The future for offshore wind seems more promising than ever. They come to talk about their renewable energy and do so with a technology should not be underestimated, particularly as regards the discussion of employment: by 2030 there will be about 300,000 workers engaged in the business. The estimates are contained in the last report issued by trade associations.

The production is expected to come to 141 GW, a quantity that is calculated to meet the needs of 130 million households. From this particular branch of wind should come a share of electricity amounted to 13.1% of EU demand. This growth is based on completed projects in the areas of the North Sea and Baltic Sea and those in "during construction" in the seas of Great Britain, Germany and Belgium. In these areas in particular, will rise from 5.6 GW wind farms.

The same industry associations, however the data speak "potential", which will require some important conditions to be confirmed: in addition to the request for additional financing to investors to give "oxygen" to projects, the positive expectations may be invalidated by certain defects on the an employment and logistics, in particular with respect to submarine cables and specialized staff.

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