Norwegian wind

Wind power is a strong renewable power in a country typically known for its hydropower generation
Total installed capacity

4 GW

Percentage of electricity mix

6.4 % (electricity)

Long-term sustainability target

55 % 2030 emissions reduction target

Norway boasts 53 wind farms, totalling an installed capacity of approximately 4 GW. This generates 13 TWh of electricity in a year, around 10% of the country’s electricity production. Wind power is relatively new to Norway, as the first wind farm was put into operation in 2002, but investment in wind power has increased significantly in recent years.