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Onshore Wind Energy



Protecting our climate concerns us all, and not just since Fukushima. However, as a result of the fatal reactor accident in Japan and the Fridays for Future movement, people are reevaluating their stance on climate change and the public is asking for more comprehensive and efficient climate protection measures. We are doing our part to improve climate sustainability.

The driving force behind this is onshore wind energy. Over the past two decades, it has emerged from its niche market to become the leading renewable energy technology. In 2020, the erected wind turbines in Germany produced 132 billion KWh, which corresponds to a 27% share of electricity production and the avoidance of over 89 million tons of CO². (Source: BWE)

Facts and Figures

According to the German Wind Energy Association (BWE), 420 new onshore wind turbines with a capacity of 1,431 MW were installed in 2020. Germany had a total of 29,608 onshore wind turbines at the end of 2020. The total installed capacity from onshore wind energy is 54,938 MW. (Source: Deutsche WindGuard GmbH)

Wind energy creates jobs: in 2018, 121,700 people were employed in the wind power industry. 25,100 employees worked in offshore wind power and 96,600 individuals worked in the onshore wind sector. Since 2016, the sluggish wind energy expansion has had an increasing impact on the industry’s job situation. However, since figures are not collected annually, there are currently no actual figures available (as of January 2021). The industry associations BWE and VDMA presume that there were a good 100,000 employees in 2020. (Source: BWE)

Further information on wind energy can be found on the German Wind Energy Association website at

Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) 2021

Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) 2021

In Germany, the Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) has been a fundamental foundation for the successful expansion of renewable energies in the electricity sector for more than 20 years. To continue this success, the appropriate framework conditions must be created in the EEG as well as in other legislation.

65 percent of Germany’s electricity consumption is supposed to originate from renewables in 2030; this is a binding requirement under the 2030 climate protection program. To facilitate realization, tendering volumes will gradually increase until 2028.

Improving the acceptance of renewable energies should be done by, among other things, through the financial participation of municipalities neighboring wind farms. In addition, the incentives for landlord-to-tenant electricity and framework conditions for privately generated electricity is improving. (Source: bmwi)

These and other contents of the EEG 2021 can be found on the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy website at

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