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    Finland: Survey shows 82% in favour of increasing wind power

    December 9, 2022 - M-Brain Nordic News


      A survey carried out by Finnish opinion and market research company IROResearch for Finnish Energy shows that wind power is the second most desirable form of electricity generation in Finland. A total of 82% of respondents are in favour of increasing wind power. The total support for wind power stands at 91%. According to the Finnish Wind Power Association, onshore wind farm projects with a combined capacity of more than 52,000 MW and offshore projects with a combined capacity of 13,000 MW are currently in the pipeline. More than 4,700 MW of new wind power capacity is expected to be installed in Finland in 2022-2025.


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