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Dutch North Sea for 25% Covered with Wind Turbines by 2050

Division North Sea between littoral states

The Dutch national energy institute ECN predicts that by 2050, when 80% of the electricity for the Dutch market will be generated via wind, the Dutch part of the North Sea will be covered by wind turbines for 25%.

[] – Straks staat kwart Noordzee vol windmolens

The obvious locations for large scale wind parks in Dutch part North Sea

bathymetrie-noordzee[source] The Dutch are lucky with their shallow share of the North Sea

[] – Dogger Bank (depth 20 m)
[] – Klaverbank (depth 30-40 m)

North Sea


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