Onshore Wind Conference 2022
Onshore wind is already a key part of the UK’s decarbonisation success story. Renewable energy is on course to overtake fossil fuels as the biggest source of UK power and a quarter of that electricity comes from onshore wind. It has delivered thousands of jobs across the UK, not least in Scotland.
The benefits of onshore wind are clear to us in industry and many in government – the low-cost power it can provide is vital to keep consumer bills down and support the competitiveness of UK industry in the net-zero transition. To meet the challenge of net-zero, we must scale-up the growth of renewables and the industry has set an ambition for 30GW of onshore wind by 2030.
But just as we need to accelerate deployment, uncertainty persists as planning, grid and market reforms move forward at a glacial pace.
The Onshore Wind Conference 2022 examined all these issues and more.
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- About the Event
- Attendee List(PDF 409 KB)
- Presentations(PDF 5.85 MB)
- Venue, Travel & Accommodation
Sponsors & Supporters
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