Wind energy provided 14% of Europe’s electricity last year, up 2% on 2017 – but there are worrying trends threatening further progress, according WindEurope.
At 41%, Denmark boasted the highest share of wind in its electricity last year, with Ireland on 28% and Portugal 24% making up the top three, statistics released today showed. The outlook is patchy though, with the 2030 National Energy & Climate Plans, set to be finalised in 2019 the opportunity, according to WindEurope, for governments to firm up their commitments.
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