India Wind Energy Outlook 2012

India Wind Energy Outlook 2012 is a joint publication by GWEC, IWTMA and WISE. The report examines the current status of wind power development in India, assesses the potential for future growth, and highlights the socio-economic, environmental and energy security benefits. It pinpoints remaining obstacles, which need to be overcome for India to fully exploit its rich wind resource.

 

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China Wind Energy Outlook 2012

The China Wind Energy Outlook 2012 is the fourth edition in the series, following the 2007, 2008 and 2010 editions jointly published by the Chinese Renewable Energy Industry Association, Greenpeace, GWEC and the Chinese Wind Energy Association. This year's version takes stock of the Chinese wind energy market, providing a comprehensive outlook on the current status of the industry with prospects for the future.

 

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Analysis of the Regulatory Framework in Brazil 2011

 

This study, which was undertaken in cooperation between the Brazilian Wind Energy Association (ABEEólica) and the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) provides an in-depth analysis of the Brazilian wind energy market. It evaluates the effects of the regulatory approaches to date, analyses the market and the industry, pinpoints remaining obstacles and challenges, and provides recommendations for legislative improvements.

 

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Indian Wind Energy Outlook 2011

 

The Indian Wind Energy Outlook 2011 is a joint publication by GWEC, WISE and IWTMA. The report examines the current status of wind power development in India, discusses the policy environment for wind, and assesses the potential for future growth, and highlights the economic, environmental and energy security benefits. It pinpoints remaining obstacles which need to be overcome for India to fully exploit its rich wind resource.

 

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China Wind Energy Outlook 2010

 

China's wind power can reach 230 GW of installed capacity by 2020, which is equal to 13 times the current capacity of the Three Gorges Dam; its annual electricity output of 464.9 TWh could replace 200 coal fire power plants, according to China Wind Power Outlook 2010, this new report jointly released by Greenpeace, the Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association (CREIA), and the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC).

 

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Indian Wind Energy Outlook 2009

 

"Indian Wind Energy Outlook 2009" was published in September 2009 in New Delhi by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association (IWTMA).

The study examines the potential of wind power in India up to the year 2030 and found that the technology, re-powering, untapped off-shore  potential and  furthering wind resource assessment could play a key part in the nation’s effort to provide energy to its ever growing demand in an economy which will boom and at the same time combat climate change.

 

China Wind Power Report 2007

 

China could lead the world in wind energy development and play a larger role in combating climate change, according to a 2007 report by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), Greenpeace and Chinese Renewable Energy Induistry Association (CREIA). The China Wind Power Report 2007 predicts that China's installed wind power capacity could reach 122 GW by 2020, equivalent to the capacity of five Three Gorges Dams.

 

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Joint Memorandum on the Realizing the Opportunities and Potential of the Chinese Wind Market 2007

 

The Joint Memorandum on Realising the Opportunities and Potential of the Chinese Wind Market, published in 2007, was developed in close cooperation between GWEC’s member companies active in China and the Chinese associations. The Memorandum identifies five priority areas to improve China’s role in wind energy generation and equipment manufacturing, and was presented to the NDRC.

 

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A Study on the Pricing Policy of Wind Power in China 2006

 

The report, from 2006, reviews the development of wind power and the pricing system in China. In particular, it looks at the existing wind concession projects and sums up the lessons learned. The report finds that the current tender system for wind pricing needs to be improved in order to build a fair environment for the wind industry competition.

 

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