Overall, the EU-27 states have installed nearly 50% of the target wind-power capacity. Denmark leads the field, with 102% of its target capacity already installed, followed by Germany with 67%, although it has installed only 2% of its offshore target. France, belying its substantial target, is languishing at the bottom of the league, having installed only 27% of its target capacity. And the UK, which has the highest offshore target, has achieved only 29% of its ambition.
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The map also shows the progress of member states' interconnections, crucial for integration of large proportions of wind energy. These are exploited to the full; in 2011 France (64TWh) and Germany (56TWh) were the biggest exporters of electrical energy and Italy was the biggest importer (47TWh). There are numerous plans for additional trans-national interconnections, many to accommodate the planned build around the North Sea.