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The UK has signed an MoU with North Seas Energy Cooperation (NSEC) members and the European Commission to re-engage with the NSEC. The NSEC facilitates the coordinated development of offshore wind and offshore grids in the North Sea, the Irish Sea and the Celtic Sea.
The MoU allows for engagement between the UK and NSEC, following the UK’s departure from NSEC when Brexit took effect three years ago. The MoU covers the time until 30 June 2026 and signals a new phase of UK-EU cooperation. The NSEC consists of nine countries: Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden. To strengthen its energy security and ensure affordable electricity for European families and businesses, EU countries now want 110 GW of offshore wind by 2030. And the UK wants another 50 GW.
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