Finland clocked a 75% increase in wind power capacity last year, boosting the countrys renewable energy cred. According to the latest statistics from the Finnish Wind Power Association (FWPA), 2022 was a record time for green power. Specifically, 437 new wind turbines were put into operation, delivering a 2,430MW power capacity. Whats more, wind power covered 14.1% of the countrys electricity consumption, rising from 9.3% in 2021, a period in which 141 turbines were installed. As a result, Finland now has a total of 1,393 wind turbines with a combined power of 5,677MW raised by nearly 43% in 2022…

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