BloombergNEF: H1 wind spending increases despite supply chain challenges

Investors increased their backing of both onshore and offshore wind projects in the first half of the year despite global supply chain challenges and rising financing costs, according to new figures from analysts BloombergNEF.

by Craig Richard
China was the most popular investment destination for wind in the first six months of 2022, with $58 billion spent on new projects – more than double the total one year ago (pic credit: Windey)
China was the most popular investment destination for wind in the first six months of 2022, with $58 billion spent on new projects – more than double the total one year ago (pic credit: Windey)

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