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gwec-in-press - 15 Sep 2014
India will finalise sites for its first offshore wind farms by the end of the year, a senior government official told media in the country in what appears to be an acceleration of its ambitions in the sector.
The Indian government is already in talks with state authorities over two pilot projects totalling 100MW off the coasts of Tamil Nadu …
gwec-in-press - 11 Sep 2014
If we assume that human civilization will continue for at least another 1000 years, then we will eventually arrive at a 100 percent renewable energy system. 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.
Policymakers often act as if …
spotlight - 10 Sep 2014
The European Wind Energy Association welcomes the announcement of Alenka Bratusek as Vice President- and Commissioner-designate for Energy Union and Miguel Arias Canete as the European Commissioner-designate for Energy and Climate Action.
This team will be responsible for implementing the European Commission President-elect’s vision of an energy union in Europe and establishing the region as a global powerhouse for renewable energy.
spotlight - 08 Sep 2014
Welcome to Hamburg, the Free and Hanseatic City, the traditional harbour city, the new hub for the renewables business, and home of some of the major players in the wind industry. From 23 to 26 September, Hamburg will be your gateway to the world of wind energy during its new international wind energy fair – WindEnergy Hamburg – which may prove …
spotlight - 08 Sep 2014
GWEC is pleased to welcome the French Wind Energy Association (FEE) as a new member of its influential circle of members promoting wind energy around the globe. The French Wind Energy Association, founded in 1996, currently has more than 180 members which cover 90% of the installed wind capacity in France. FEE represents the entire supply chain, and its mission …
news - 08 Sep 2014
New South Wales and Queensland are the states with the most to lose if the Federal Government adopts the recommendations to slash the Renewable Energy Target (RET) put forward by Dick Warburton, according to new analysis released by the Clean Energy Council today. The Clean Energy Council briefing paper shows that investment in large-scale renewable energy such as solar …
23 Sept -26 Sept 2014
WindEnergy Hamburg 2014
2 October 2014
French Wind Energy Conference
7-8 October 2014
AWEA’s Offshore Windpower 2014
Mexico WindPower 2015
- A Clean Energy Future Is Technically Feasible, But Is It Politically Possible?
"We really do only have a very limited time to act before climate impacts move from bad to catastrophic, taking decisions out of the hands of democratically elected governments and put first in the hands of the emergency services, and ultimately, the military"
Check out our blog on today's Huffington Post http://www.huffingtonpost.com/stevesawyer/a-renewable-energy-future_b_5725712.html
A Renewable Energy Future
If we assume that human civilization will continue for at least another 1000 years, then we will eventually arrive at a 100 percent renewable energy system. Whatever you believe about the existing reserves and undiscovered sources of fossil fuels and...
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