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Offshore wind energy developments in the Netherlands: road to 2030 and beyond

Offshore wind energy plays a vital role in achieving the Netherlands’ climate goals and the transition to a zero-carbon energy supply by 2050. With the fulfillment of offshore wind energy capacity targets for 2023 in sight, the government aims to pick up the pace by setting ambitious follow-up targets for 2030 and beyond. Several instruments have been implemented to secure the industry’s growth and achieve the government’s sustainability goals. In this ILO article Joost van den Bogaerd, Veii Jacobs and Jan Erik Janssen provide an overview of recent legal and policy developments regarding offshore wind energy in the Netherlands.

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