Last week an investor told me some interesting numbers regarding wind energy consent times and number of authorities liaise with. So I decided to make my own research:
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The Wind Barriers project also investigated the number of authorities that need to be contacted in each country in order to obtain permission to build onshore. Denmark has the fewest authorities to contact, just five, whereas Greece has the most authorities to contact, with 41. But there is not a direct correlation between the length of time it takes to get permission and the number of authorities that need to be contacted.
The experience in the offshore sector is, so far, more positive. The average time to get the green light is 18 months, much lower than onshore. “A number of countries with offshore wind farms have developed an efficient decision making process for this sector, thereby reducing the complexity for offshore wind developers,” concluded Wilkes.

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