Category Archives: GWEC in press

Bigger Turbines, Better Economics, More Digitization on Deck for 2018 Wind Power Market

Renewable Energy World

By almost all estimates, 2018 should mark continued steady rise of onshore wind in mature markets coupled with a strong progression in emerging markets as wind energy cements its position as a mainstream energy technology.

After passing a major milestone in June 2017, of 500 GW of wind capacity installed, the most recent Global Wind Energy Council’s …

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Can The Middle East Make A Success Of Renewable Energy? It May Not Have A Choice

Forbes

An hour away from the gleaming towers of Dubai, countless rows of solar panels face into the desert sun. From the rooftop of an administrative building at Mohammed Bin Rashid Solar Park, one can gaze across the field of blue-grey photovoltaic panels stretching to the horizon. This impressive sight is just the second part of an ambitious scheme to …

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GWEC releases 2017 annual market stats

ESI Africa

The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) has released its annual market statistics for global wind power, which indicated that the 2017 market remained above 50GW, with Europe, India and the offshore wind sector having record years.

According to the report, Chinese installations were down slightly – ‘only’ 19.5GW – but the rest of the world made up for most of …

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Brazil climbs international wind power ranking

BNamericas

Brazil has climbed one position in the Global Wind Energy Council’s 2017 wind power capacity ranking. Published annually, the list indicates Brazil …

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Global Wind Installations Reach 52.5 Gigawatts In 2017, Brings Total To 539.5 Gigawatts

Clean Technica

The global wind energy industry enjoyed another strong year in 2017, installing a total of 52,573 megawatts worth of new wind capacity, increasing the global cumulative installed capacity up to 539,581 megawatts (MW), as “dramatic price drops” exemplify the current state of play around the world. 

The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) published its annual market statistics on Wednesday, revealing yet …

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L’éolien en Europe et dans le monde en 2017

Connaissance des Energies

Les associations représentant la filière éolienne aux niveaux européen et mondial ont publié les 13 et 14 février leurs données statistiques sur l’année 2017. État des lieux.

En Europe : une hausse de 20% des nouvelles capacités éoliennes

En 2017, près de 15,7 GW de nouvelles capacités éoliennes ont été installées dans l’Union européenne, soit 20% de plus qu’en 2016 …

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Rüzgarda Çin Liderliğini Pekiştirdi

Finans Haberler

Çin’in rüzgardaki kurulu gücü geçen yıl bir önceki yıla göre 19 bin 500 megavat artarak 188 bin 232 megavata yükseldi.

Çin’in rüzgardaki kurulu gücü geçen yıl bir önceki yıla göre 19 bin 500 megavat artarak 188 bin 232 megavata yükseldi. Böylece Çin, 2016’da olduğu gibi geçen yıl da rüzgarda kurulu güç bakımından dünya lideri oldu.

Dünya …

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BWE zu den veröffentlichten Statistiken des weltweiten Zubaus

Windmesse

Veröffentlichungen des Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) sowie von WindEurope zeigen die tragende Rolle der Windenergie für die internationale und europäische Energiewende. Weltweit sind die Kosten für die Erzeugung von Strom aus Windkraft am Sinken. Die Experten sind sich einig, dass der Zubau der Technologie auch zukünftig erfolgreich fortsetzten wird.

Heute veröffentlichte der Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) die Jahreszahlen  des Windenergieausbaus …

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Weltmarkt für Windkraft hängt an einer Handvoll Staaten

Erneuerbare Energien

Es sind wieder über 50 Gigawatt an Windleistung weltweit hinzugekommen. Aber der Markt wird nach wie vor von wenigen Staaten dominiert. Trotz niedriger Preise passiert in weiten Teilen der Welt wenig bis gar nichts.

Die Kurve sinkt. Da beißt die Maus keinen Faden ab – wie es so schön heißt. Seit dem Superjahr 2015 mit 63,6 Gigawatt weltweitem Windkraft-Zubau sinken …

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Roadmap for Renewable Energy

Marine Technology News

Thanks to increasing levels of debt financing for climate-aligned projects, wind-generated power has become one of the fastest-growing green industries. Jessica Williams, an Infrastructure Analyst at S&P Global Ratings, considers the submarine technologies that are making this progress possible.

Renewable energy is making an increasing contribution to the electrical grid. By the end of 2016, “green energy” sources accounted …

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