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Wind generation rose by 30 percent from 7.9 TWh in 2016 to 9.6 TWh in 2017.
At the end of 2015, 2,525 onshore wind turbines generated 3,000 MW of electricity, which represents only 5 percent of the Netherlands’ total requirement.
The primary focus of Dutch energy policy is carbon reduction through a so-called Energy Transition.
While the Netherlands is not on track to meet the 2020 renewable energy goals set by the EU, it is one of the first EU countries to announce plans to eliminate natural gas from its energy mix.
Other important aspects of Dutch government policy include closing the Netherlands’ sole nuclear power plant by 2024, and encouraging increased use of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies by factories, power plants, and waste incinerators.
This goal will be reached primarily through the construction of new off-shore solar and wind farms in the North Sea.To provide a boost to large-scale application, this program has supported 94 pilot projects in residential districts, city centers, office parks, industrial estates, and agricultural areas. There is a growing number of local energy cooperatives that focus on energy production (particularly collective solar and wind projects) and energy conservation. The Dutch power sector is unbundled, led by a transmission system operator (TSO), eight Distribution Service Operators (DSO), over 25 producers, and 35 electricity retailers.Dutch law requires ownership unbundling for both transmission and distribution.