Published: 06 October 2022 06 October 2022
Six key ports for offshore wind energy in Europe have formed an alliance with the aim of resolving capacity issues. Germany, Denmark, Belgium, and the Netherlands have defined a combined target of delivering at least 65GW offshore wind by 2030.
This prompted Port Esbjerg (Denmark), Port Oostende (Belgium), Groningen Seaports/Eemshaven (the Netherlands), Niedersachsen port/Cuxhaven (Germany), Nantes-Saint Nazaire port (France) and Humber (UK) to forge an alliance. The six ports will meet twice a year to discuss and share insights and knowledge. They will consider sharing work if ports lack capacity to take on entire projects, for instance.