France seems to have avoided a far-right government, which is positive for offshore wind in the country

July 9, 2024
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France's parliamentary elections saw the left-coalition Nouveau Front Populaire emerging victorious with the largest number of seats, while Macron’s Ensemble coalition received the second most seats. The right-wing Rassemblement National (RN) became the third largest party, but failed to secure the desired absolute majority and is unlikely to be part of the new government coalition.

This is good news for the offshore wind sector in France, as it seems to have voided the strong opposition from RN that promised a mortarium of wind energy during the election campaign. However, the parliament’s new composition also creates uncertainty as negotiations to form a new government are expected to be difficult and could drag out.

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