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  • gwec-in-press - 24 Nov 2014

    GE: Growth Plans Based On Renewal Energy

    Guru Focus

    Over the past we have seen many industries venturing into the market of renewal energies. As per the market research, renewal energy is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 7.5% from 2010 to 2015 and is anticipated to be worth $614.92 billion by 2015. This market, as per GWEC (Global Wind Energy Council) reports, the cumulative global capacity …

  • spotlight - 17 Nov 2014

    Webinar: Doing Business in Mexico

    24 November 2014, 3pm GMT – Register now!

    GWEC, in partnership with Renewable Energy World, is organising a webinar on Doing Business in Mexico on 24 November at 3pm GMT.

    The Mexican wind industry now faces the challenge of its consolidation and growth, opening up opportunities in generation, manufacturing and procurement, becoming the largest supplier of clean energy in …

  • jobs - 17 Nov 2014

    New job opportunity: Manager of Renewable Energy Assessment Production

    Vaisala – Bengaluru Area, India

    This position is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the production of Vaisala’s renewable energy assessment products in India. If you are passionate and knowledgeable about renewable energy, have management experience, and want to work in a team-oriented environment, we want to hear from you.  Apply today!

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  • gwec-in-press - 17 Nov 2014

    GWEC optimistic about China wind energy: 217 GW by 2020

    GreenTech Lead

    With strong focus on solar and wind, China (excluding Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan) continues its leadership in renewable energy adoption. After achieving a cumulative installed capacity at 91.4 GW, China also maintains its world leadership in terms of installed wind power capacity.

    The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has set a target for renewable energy sources to account …

  • spotlight - 13 Nov 2014

    Health Canada’s new study on Wind Turbine and Noise

    Noise and infrasound disturbance linked to wind turbines continue to get media coverage in an increasing number of markets and is used widely as an argument against wind power by anti-wind groups to amplify negative messaging. Health Canada released a summary of a new study at the beginning of November which concludes that there is no evidence of a causal …

  • gwec-in-press - 13 Nov 2014

    Who’s Winning The Wind Race? China Or The US?

    Clean Technica

    Much has been made of China’s meteoric wind energy installation figures over the past few years, seeing them top the charts of wind installed at over 90 GW. However, according to the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), just because China has the most wind energy installed does not mean they are producing the most wind energy — a title …