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Offshore wind and PPAs will drive renewables development

„Wir werden in den nächsten Jahren voraussichtlich mehr im Bereich Offshore machen als Onshore“, sagte der Parlamentarische Staatssekretär im Bundeswirtschaftsministerium, Thomas Bareiß (CDU), am Mittwoch in Berlin. Das geltende Ausbau-Limit von 15 Gigawatt auf See bis zum Jahr 2030 werde man auf 20 Gigawatt anheben können. Und das geplante neue Testfeld für Offshore-Windkraftanlagen werde einen technologischen Entwicklungsschub ermöglichen. […]

Wie der CDU-Politiker auf dem German Renewables Summit des Beratungs- und Forschungsunternehmens Aurora Energy Research in Berlin sagte, soll trotz der Fokusverschiebung in Richtung Meer auch der Onshore-Windenergiesektor wieder in Bewegung kommen. Dazu lägen voraussichtlich noch vor der parlamentarischen Sommerpause Eckpunkte in der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Akzeptanz Energiewende vor, die nach der Sommerpause in den Gesetzgebungsprozess eingebracht würden.

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