The report “A Study on the Pricing Policy of Wind Power in China” reviews the development of wind power and the pricing system in China. In particular, it looks at the existing wind concession projects and sums up the lessons learned. The report finds that the current tender system for wind pricing needs to be improved in order to build a fair environment for the wind industry competition. Special attention should be paid to restricting the phenomenon of unreasonably low and unreasonably high wind tariffs, to facilitate the long-term development of the Chinese wind industry.
About the Webinar
On 4 March, GWEC Market Intelligence will release its latest data on wind power markets trends and forecasts in Africa and Middle East, a promising growth region for the industry.
Africa and the Middle East installed nearly 1 GW of wind power in 2019, and GWEC Market Intelligence expects installation levels in the region to reach new highs in 2020, with wind turbines installed in new emerging markets in the region.
Although the region only accounts for 1% of total wind power capacity globally, the potential for wind energy in Africa and the Middle East is formidable. A new study by the IFC and Everoze found that the African continent alone has a technical wind power potential of over 59,000 GW – enough to fulfil the continent’s energy demand 250 times over!
Join us for a webinar on 4 March at 10:00-10:45 CET to hear GWEC Market Intelligence experts discuss wind power’s continued growth in the region in 2020, the markets with the highest potential for wind power, and learn more about challenges and opportunities to tap into wind power’s potential in Africa and the Middle East.
Wind power in Africa and the Middle East in 2020
Presentation of the market status of wind power in Africa and the Middle East by Emerson Clarke, Director of Growth & Partnerships at GWEC
Expert discussion on key trends and markets for wind power in Africa and the Middle East
Moderated by Stewart Mullin, COO at GWEC
- George Aluru, Board Member, Electricity Sector Association Kenya
- Ntombifuthi Ntuli, CEO, South African Wind Energy Association
- Emerson Clarke, Director of Growth and Partnerships, GWEC
Your chance to ask our experts all your burning questions about wind power in the region!
The road to the Global Wind Report 2021
Make sure to check out our other webinars on the road the the Global Wind Report 2021 – the industry’s most trusted publication globally for wind energy insights on current market status and the future of the industry!
China could lead the world in wind energy development and play a larger role in combating climate change, according to a report by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), Greenpeace and Chinese Renewable Energy Induistry Association (CREIA). The China Wind Power Report 2007 predicts that China’s installed wind power capacity could reach 122 GW by 2020, equivalent to the capacity of five Three Gorges Dams.
The Global Wind Report is the prime source for data on wind energy developments in 2007, containing figures on installations in over 70 countries around the world, as well as a forecast for the coming five years (2008-2012). In addition, 22 country reports give insights into policy and industry developments in established and emerging wind markets.
The Global Wind 2008 Report includes a five year forecast for the development of the global wind energy market. In the past, these projections have regularly been outstripped by the actual performance of the sector and have had to be adjusted upwards. Despite the economic downturn, this year is no exception.
Campaign video calling on world leaders to wake up to the benefits of wind power in combatting climate change.
The ‘Global Wind Energy Outlook 2008’, published by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and Greenpeace International, looks at the global potential of wind power up to 2050 and found that it could play a key part in achieving a decline in emissions by 2020, which the IPCC indicates is necessary to avoid the worst consequences of climate change. By 2020, wind power could save as much as 1.5 billion tonnes of CO2 every year, which would add up to over 10 billion tonnes in this timeframe.
GWEC’s annual report is the autoritative source of information on wind power markets around the world. The Global Wind 2009 Report contains installation figures for over 70 countries for the 2009 record year, as well as a five-year forecast up to 2014 and detailed chapters on the key countries.
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar, Deputy Secretary David Hayes and U.S. ambassador to Denmark Laurie Fulton tour the Middelgrunden Wind Farm near Copenhagen and answer questions about renewable energy.
China’s wind power can reach 230 GW of installed capacity by 2020, which is equal to 13 times the current capacity of the Three Gorges Dam; its annual electricity output of 464.9 TWh could replace 200 coal fire power plants, according to China Wind Power Outlook 2010, a new report jointly released by Greenpeace, the Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association (CREIA), and the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC).
GWEC’s annual report is the autoritative source of information on wind power markets around the world. The Global Wind 2010 Report contains installation figures for over 70 countries for the 2010 record year, as well as a five-year forecast up to 2015 and detailed chapters on the key countries.
The Global Wind Energy Council and Greenpeace International are pleased to present this 3rd edition of the Global Wind Energy Outlook for 2010, the successor to the Wind Force 10 and Wind Force 12 series which began in 1999. What were once considered wild-eyed prognoses for a new technology have come to be recognised as an important planning tool for the future of the power sector.
With its large unpopulated land areas, a coastline of
9,600 km and excellent wind resources, Brazil is in a prime
position to become a true wind energy giant, and it is slowly
emerging as a key market for the international wind power
industry. While growth in 2010 was still small in absolute
terms, it represented a 50% increase in terms of total
installed capacity, and Brazil just recently reached the magic
threshold of 1,000 MW of wind power operating across the
According to the “Indian Wind Energy Outlook 2011” published jointly by GWEC, WISE and IWTMA; 65.2 GW of wind power could be installed in Indian by 2020, up from 13.1 GW at the end of 2010. This would attract around $10.4bn of annual investment to the sector, and create 170,000 “green-collar” jobs in manufacturing, project development, installation, operation, maintenance, consulting etc. At the same time, it would save 174 tons of CO2 every year. By 2030, the installed capacity could reach as much as 160.7 GW.
GWEC’s annual market update on the status of the global wind industry is the authoritative source of information on wind power markets around the world. It provides you with a comprehensive snapshot of the global industry, now present in about 75 countries, with 21 countries having more than 1000 MW installed. This years’s edition includes insights of the most important wind power markets worldwide, future trends with projections for 2012-2016, role of public finance, overview of the current status of global offshore and much more.