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Wind Power Monthly
Last month, Senvion CEO Andreas Nauen said the “exotic” markets of America, India and Korea will drive growth in the offshore industry, but what will be the new emerging markets of the onshore industry?
Besides China, global growth in the wind industry is now being driven by Brazil, Mexico and South Africa. But what’s next?
Needless to say, most of …
The Irish Times
The wind energy industry is to hold a series of open days for the public this weekend to counter what they believe is damaging perceptions of wind turbines.
The annual Global Wind Day takes place on Sunday, and this year it will be marked by 13 wind farms across both parts of the island opening up to the public.
With Developing World’s Policy Support, Global Renewable Energy Generation Capacity Jumps to Record Level
Now 95 emerging economies nurture renewable energy growth through supportive policies, up six-fold from just 15 countries in 2005;
Renewable electricity capacity achieves new record level, jumps 8.3% in 2013, accounts for more than 56% of net additions to global power capacity; renewables meet almost one-fifth of world final energy consumption.
The number of emerging economy nations with policies in place to …
2013 was a record year for wind energy development in Canada with new installed capacity from 23 wind energy projects totaling nearly 1,600 MW, ranking 5th globally for new installed capacity.
Canada finished 2013 with 7,802.72 MW of total installed capacity—supplying approximately 3 per cent of Canada’s electricity demand with enough power to meet the needs of over 2 million …
The Hindu Business Line
Much will depend on the outcome of the national elections to be held in May 2014 in India, wrote the authors of the Global Wind Energy Council’s Market Forecast 2014-2018 report a few months back. That about sums up the mood of the wind industry in India.
After suffering for two years after the withdrawal of two key …
Wind Power Monthly
If we assume that the course of human civilisation will continue for at least another 1,000 years, then we will eventually arrive at a 100% renewable-energy future.
Whatever you believe about the existing reserves and undiscovered sources of fossil fuels and other combustible or radioactive minerals, they will eventually be exhausted or too expensive to extract.
Energy policymakers and planners …
U.S. President Barack Obama says natural gas can be a bridge from coal to a cleaner energy future.
Investors are showing it’s more likely a bridge to nowhere.
The country’s embrace of natural gas means less love for wind and solar. New investments in renewable energy sources declined 5 percent in North America last year to $56 billion, the lowest since 2010, …
Große Ehre für Dr. Klaus Rave: Der FH-Honorarprofessor ist in Las Vegas als Präsident des Global Wind Energy Council wiedergewählt worden. Für zwei weitere Jahre wird Rave dem weltweiten Dachverband der Windenergiebranche vorsitzen.
Gamesa Corp Tecnologica SA (GAM) won an order for 100 megawatts of wind turbines from a unit of General Nuclear Power Group in China’s Yunnan province, its third order in two months in the world’s biggest market for the machines.
Gamesa is due to install 50 G97 2-megawatt machines at CGN Wind Energy’s Yangchajie wind farm in the fourth quarter, the …
Wind power has become the least expensive and fastest growing source of renewable energy in the world.
In the Pacific Islands States, however, the scale at which wind energy technology has been adopted is comparatively small.
In fact amounting to only 0.004% of the global cumulative installed capacity according to recent statistics released by the Global Wind Energy Council.