Online-Conference on off-shore wind energy from a German, European and global perspective/ Main topic: Germany raised installation target for offshore wind from 15 to 20 gigawatts in 2030 and to 40 gigawatts in 2040
Renewable Energy Hamburg EEHH
The German Government and parliament Bundestag (House of
Representatives) at the very end of the year 2020 finally decided on
significant changes for the further development of offshore wind in
Germany. The installation target1 for offshore wind in 2030 was raised
from 15 to 20 gigawatts, which was a long-time industry demand. However,
even more significantly, an ambitious installation target was set for
the year 2040 at 40 gigawatts for the first time.
The 2021 edition of HOW conference on April 7 from 2 pm will discuss with a prominent panel what these significant political improvements in Germany imply for all stakeholders from a German, European but also global perspective. How will these new targets change the perception of the German offshore wind industry in a rapidly developing global offshore wind landscape? In addition, the digital conference will focus on the long term plan, from 2030 to 2040, and discuss how this significant offshore capacity build-up can be achieved and aligned with all stakeholders over that decade towards 2040 to archive maximum investor attractivity and an cost-effective and efficient build-up of industry capacities and infrastructure.
More information and registration at www.erneuerbare-energien-hamburg.de