Wind power provided 14% of the European Union's electricity last year, from 12% in 2017, according to statistics released by the European Wind Energy Association. Wind power rose in Europe by 11.3 gigawatts in 2018; 8.6 gigawatts of land-based wind turbines and 2.65 gigawatts of offshore wind farms.

The installation of the first wind turbine in the largest wind farm in the world was completed, generating official electricity.

Wind energy from land-based plants is today one of the cheapest sources of renewable energy. However, without any significant change in design constraints, Cornwall Insight advises that offshore wind energy is likely to overtake land as a source of cheap renewable energy in less than ten years.

The 332 billion. dollars exceeded investment in clean energy worldwide in 2018, according to estimates by Bloomberg New Energy Finance.

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