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Netherlands, Belgium


  • Welcome
    Jan Buttle-Ulvin, Director Wind, Norwegian Energy Partners

  • Update from Netherlands offshore wind
    Peter Lambooij, Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO)

  • Update from Belgium offshore wind
    Tim Schyvens, Elia

  • Update on the Dutch and Belgian offshore wind markets and business opportunities for Norwegian companies
    Jos Leo, Energy Advisor, Norwegian Energy Partners

  • Upcoming activities for offshore wind
    Jan Buttle-Ulvin, Director Wind, Norwegian Energy Partners

The Dutch and Belgian markets


More offshore wind energy is needed to achieve the climate goal of a 55% reduction of CO2 emissions by 2030. In 2022, the Government raised the target for offshore wind capacity from 11 to 21 gigawatts (GW) by 2030/2031. Achieving this target means offshore wind farms will supply 16% of Dutch energy needs. It also equates to approximately 75% of our current electricity consumption. Further the North Sea Energy Outlook indicate Netherlands will need between 38 and 72 GW of cumulative offshore wind capacity by 2050.


The Princess Elisabeth Zone, whose main development is the Princess Elisabeth Island, the world’s first artificial energy island, will see up to 3.5 GW of new offshore wind farms connecting to the island’s infrastructure.

The construction of the island, which will be built by the Belgian transmission system operator (TSO) Elia, will start in March this year and is expected to be completed in 2026. If developed to full capacity, the Princess Elisabeth zone will increase Belgium’s operating offshore wind capacity from the current 2.26 GW to 5.76 GW.