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Wind energy in the North Sea: Beneficial for climate and nature Since the end of 2020, offshore wind energy produces...

06 Sep 2021

Wind energy in the North Sea: Beneficial for climate and nature

Since the end of 2020, offshore wind energy produces approximately 8 TWh of green electricity annually, representing about 10% of the total electricity demand in Belgium.

The Belgian Offshore Platform and 4Sea have released a letter of intent ​to demonstrate how wind energy development in the Belgian part of the North Sea can be good for nature and climate.

With this letter of intent, the initiators want to demonstrate how wind energy development can contribute to European biodiversity and climate strategy.

This declaration of intent focuses on the opportunities for nature in wind farms, outdoors, near and in Natura 2000 areas. The initiators distinguish between opportunities for nature conservation and opportunities for nature development in the various phases of design, construction, operation and decommissioning.

More than 10 years of scientific research into wind farms shows that wind farms can contribute to nature development, but also that current wind farms do not automatically contribute to nature protection. Some positive contributions to biodiversity in and around the wind farms have already been observed. The observed adverse effects will be further mitigated as much as possible to contribute to further protecting nature in and around the wind farms.

The non-profit organisation Belgian Offshore Platform is an association of investors and owners of wind farms on the Belgian North Sea.

Bond Beter Leefmilieu, Greenpeace Belgium, Natuurpunt and WWF-Belgium join forces for nature and climate in the Belgian part of the North Sea, as ‘4Sea’.

The letter of intent is illustrated by the creative team of the communication agency Page in extremis.

Communication around crucial environmental issues has been a priority for the agency since its founding in 1994. Over the past thirty years, the agency has collaborated and still works for renowned ecological associations such as Greenpeace, and WWF, with European industrial associations such as EWEA (currently WindEurope) and the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and within framework contracts with international institutions such as the European Environment Agency (EEA) in Copenhagen and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in Geneva.

The Communication Agency, Page in extremis is glad to have participated in spreading attention to the environment.

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