GALWAY, IRELAND--September 3, 2012 --Written by Martin Lynch, European News Editor for Industrial Info (Galway, Ireland) Germany is backing the drive for more offshore wind by introducing a bill that will see consumers and grid operators being charged more if there are any more serious delays to getting windfarms built and connected to the grid.
The new bill has the backing of the Cabinet of Ministers and is seen as vital to overcoming the chronic delays plaguing offshore windfarm projects, especially getting them grid connected.
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