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The most important figures for offshore wind energy at a glance
Are you looking for up-to-date figures on offshore wind energy? Here you will find current press graphics, charts, data and diagrams for your presentation or publication.

Offshore wind energy: Strengthen capacities and infrastructures along the value chain!

24 new plants with 229 MW went into operation in the first half of the year. Total capacity to 8.385 MW
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Offshore tender by the Federal Network Agency

Statement by Stefan Thimm on the Federal Network Agency's tender for offshore wind energy
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Offshore generation capacity Figures for 2022 – push ahead with expansion now!

Statement by Stefan Thimm on figures for generation capacity in 2022 for offshore wind energy
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Realizing expansion targets for offshore wind energy – planning alone is not enough!

Joint press release from BWO, BWE, Offshore Wind Energy Foundation, VDMA, wab and WindEnergy Network on the expansion figures
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Revised area potential study by Fraunhofer IWES

Offshore wind energy is essential to achieving the 2045 climate goals, but expansion requires space. Therefore
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Study proves: Auction design in the WindSeeG increases industrial electricity prices by up to €21/MWh

In total, with a bid component in the amount of the uncapped English reference values, the costs fall by up to a year
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Water depth & distance to the coast of OWFs in Germany

The OWEA that went into operation in 2020 are on average at a water depth of 34 m and standing
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Distribution of the OWF to the federal states and the North or Baltic Sea

The capacity installed in the North and Baltic Seas at the end of 2020 can be determined based on the location of the
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Monthly market values ​​2020

The monthly market values ​​for offshore wind energy collapsed due to the COVID-19 pandemic at the beginning of 2020 and reached 1,1
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Configuration of offshore wind turbines

The systems put into operation in 2020 have an average nominal output of 6,84 MW
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