The UK was powered without coal for three days in a row over the Easter weekend, marking the longest unbroken period without coal power stations generating since the Industrial Revolution.
Nearly 30% of the UK's electricity is planned to be generated by wind power by 2030, under a new deal announced by the government.
The move will help the UK towards an aim of getting almost all of its power from low-carbon sources.
The plan will see the offshore wind industry invest £250 million over the next 11 years. The government says it will create thousands of jobs.