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Wind industry calls for additional 7 GW of wind energy to be installed in Thailand by 2037

Today, the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), Thailand Wind Energy Association (ThaiWEA) and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) joined forces in Bangkok to hold the first Thailand Wind Energy Roundtable. This roundtable discussion brought together Thai government stakeholders and industry players active in the region to constructively discuss how to strengthen onshore wind development in Thailand. With 1.5 GW of onshore wind already installed, the country has a technical potential of 13-17 GW which could be developed by increasing target ambitions and support schemes for wind energy in Thailand’s Power Development Plan (PDP).

Africa Wind Energy Handbook: Local Value Chain

Back to Handbook Development of a Local Value Chain Africa is endowed with vast wind resources,according to the IRENA Remap 2030 report,the continent holds 100GW of wind capabilities. Wind energy has already become the most competitive and mainstream energy source in many regions, despite the fact that no level playing field has yet been fixed,namely …

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