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  • gwec-in-press - 22 Oct 2014

    Wind Energy Could Generate Nearly 20 Percent of World’s Electricity by 2030


    Wind power has a pivotal role to play in the world’s energy supply over the next few years. By providing huge amounts of clean, affordable power, it can buy us time in the fight against global warming while revolutions in energy efficiency and solar power gain momentum.

    Greenpeace and the Global Wind Energy Council have just released a two-yearly status report …

  • gwec-in-press - 22 Oct 2014

    Global wind energy outlook 2014

    India Environment Portal

    By 2020 India could have 56 GW of wind power supplying 137 terrawatt hours (TW h) of electricity each year, save 82 million tonnes of carbon dioxide emissionseach year according to “Global Wind Energy Outlook for 2014” published by Global Wind Energy Council and Greenpeace International.

    The sector could also provide employment to over 123,000 people says the report. …

  • gwec-in-press - 22 Oct 2014

    Wind could supply nearly 20% of global power by 2030: Report

    The Economic Times

    Installed wind power capacity could swell by 530 percent to 2,000 gigawatts (GW) by 2030, supplying up to 19 percent of global electricity, a report from a trade association and Greenpeace said on Tuesday. It said installed wind energy capacity totalled 318 GW at the end of last year worldwide and provided around 3 percent of global …

  • news - 21 Oct 2014

    Wind Energy Outlook: 2000 gigawatts by 2030

    Nearly 20 % of global power from wind

    BEIJING, 21 October 2014. The Global Wind Energy Council and Greenpeace International released the 2014 edition of the Global Wind Energy Outlook in Beijing today. The report shows that wind power could reach 2,000 GW by 2030, and supply up to 17-19% of global electricity, creating over 2 million new jobs and reducing …

  • gwec-in-press - 21 Oct 2014

    GWEC: ‘2000GW possible by 2030′


    China will drive the global wind power industry’s sharp recovery this year, but Brazil, South Africa and Mexico will be the world’s most exciting growth markets in the years to come, according to GWEC head Steve Sawyer.

  • spotlight - 08 Oct 2014

    MEDIA INVITE: Global Wind Energy Outlook 2014 Release

    Press conference

    Tuesday 21 October, 10:00-11:00, Xi’An meeting room

    Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center, Beijing, China

    Wind energy has firmly established itself as a mainstream technology and is now the cheapest power option to add new capacity to the grid in an increasing number of markets. Wind power plays a key …