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  • 15 Jan 2018 / webinars

    Doing Business In …. Mexico webcast (29 January, 3pm CET)

    Join Leopoldo Alberto Rodríguez Olivé, President of AMDEE (Mexican Wind Energy Association), and Steve Sawyer, Secretary General of Global Wind Energy Council, for our ‘Doing Business In … Mexico’ webcast on Monday 29 January, at 3pm CET.

    Since fundamentally transforming its power sector in 2013, Mexico has held three successful competitive auctions, with more than 2,300 MW of new wind energy …

  • 21 Dec 2017 / gwec-in-press

    Global Wind Energy Insight: Work Harder, Be Smarter in 2018

    Renewable Energy World

    2017 has been yet another tumultuous year. Cratering prices for wind and solar. The South African stand-off at the OK corral continues. The Indian market drops through the floor as procurement schemes change. On the bright side, wind and solar are hailed by all and sundry as the inevitable technology leaders going forward. And back in Washington…

    …the U.S. …

  • 20 Dec 2017 / fowind-in-press

    FOWIND presents offshore wind roadmap for India

    4C Offshore

    The FOWIND consortium has launched a new report: “From Zero To Five GW: Offshore Wind Outlook for Gujarat and Tamil Nadu (2018-2032)“ which outlines a roadmap for the offshore wind sector in India.

    The report follows an announcement from Indian Power and New & Renewable Energy Minister R K Singh that the Indian Government plans to auction 5GW offshore wind …

  • 20 Dec 2017 / fowind-in-press

    FOWIND Maps India’s Path from Zero to Five GW

    Following the announcement on India’s plans for inviting first offshore wind tenders next year with an aim to reach 5GW, the FOWIND Consortium today (19 December) published a report according to which the timeline of initiatives should be set to first add 500MW by 2022, raising this to 2-2.5GW by 2027, and finally reaching 5GW between 2028 and 2032.

    The report – From Zero To Five …

  • 19 Dec 2017 / fowind-in-press

    FOWIND plots path to 5GW for India’s offshore wind pioneers

    Recharge News

    India is likely to establish a sustainable offshore wind sector “sooner rather than later”, said the international consortium helping to kick-start the sector there as it set out a pathway that could lead to 5GW by 2032 in the key states of Gujarat and Tamil Nadu.

    The FOWIND consortium listed five priority issues to address in its first over-arching assessment …

  • 19 Dec 2017 / fowind-in-press

    India delivers offshore roadmap


    The Global Wind Energy Council’s (GWEC’s) Fowind consortium has published a study on offshore wind development for the states of Gujarat and Tamil Nadu.

    In its report ‘From Zero To Five GW: Offshore Wind Outlook for Gujarat And Tamil Nadu (2018-2032)’, Fowind examines the amount of new offshore wind capacity that can be reliably incorporated into the two state grids.

    The plan, …