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Doing Business In … Brazil (14 June, 3pm CEST)

Brazil is ranked 10th globally in terms of installed wind capacity. During 2015, it installed 2.75 GW – a record for Brazil – bringing the total to 8.72 GW, which accounts for 6.3% of the Brazilian energy matrix. More than R$ 16 billion have been invested, 41,000 jobs created, more than 5 million homes were supplied with electricity from wind …

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Doing Business in… US (3 May 2016, 3pm CEST)

The U.S. wind industry experienced its third most active year in history in 2015, installing 8,598 MW of new wind power capacity. On the heels of the multi-year extension of the Federal Production Tax Credits, increasing state renewable portfolio standards across the country, and a 66% reduction in the cost of wind since 2009, wind is poised to continue growing …

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Global Wind Market Report (19 April 2016, 3pm CEST)

Join our one-hour live webcast organised in collaboration with Renewable Energy World and delivered by our Secretary General, Steve Sawyer, who will take you through the key highlights from our flagship publication.

This 75-page report provides a comprehensive snapshot of the global wind industry now present in more than 80 countries, 24 of which have more than 1,000 MW installed, and 14 …

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Venezuelan congress addresses climate, algal bloom kills Chilean salmon, climate change threatens Brazilian agriculture

Switchboard – Natural Resources Defense Council Staff Blog

The Standing Committee on the Environment, Natural Resources and Climate Change of the National Assembly in Venezuela pledged to include and prioritize climate change in the parliament’s agenda due to its devastating impact on communities, the economy and the environment. With an agenda in hand and several meeting underway, the currently proposed plan …

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China aims to blow away pollution with wind

News.ca

Now, hopes are riding on wind.

There are good reasons for that. Over the past decade, the wind energy sector has grown hundredfold, both in terms of capacity and production: China boasts the highest expansion rate in the world, even during a global slowdown.

And since 2010, China has been the largest wind power producer, as well. It generates more than 153.4 …

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Match-making meetings with Brazilian companies at EWEA 2015

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Tour of exhibition by Brazilian companies at EWEA 2015

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GWEC activities during EWEA 2015

Meet the GWEC team and our event partners at booth K10-2c

 

Join us at our Booth K10-2c (opposite the Danish Pavilion), and see how GWEC can help your company build your business in emerging wind markets! Meet our event partners and ensure your company gets optimum visibility at our upcoming events in Mexico, Brazil, China and South …

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Doing Business in… US Offshore (9 November 2015, 3.30pm CEST)

The global offshore wind market is on target to set an annual deployment record in 2015. In the U.S, offshore could total as much as 22GW by 2030. According to the U.S. Department of Energy trends indicate technology advances and supply chain maturity will help the industry to grow and reduce costs.

With the growth of the U.S. Offshore industry, we …

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