Women in Wind 2022 program welcomes 21 new participants for this year’s scheme
• Global Wind Organisation (GWO) and the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) have signed a two-year partnership agreement to highlight the importance of safety, training and job creation to power wind energy development and the global energy transition.
The Global Wind Energy Council has published the Global Wind Report 2022, which shows the wind industry enjoyed its second-best year but scaling-up for Net Zero requires policy breakthrough
The Global Wind Energy Council responds to the rallying call within IRENA’s 2022 edition of their World Energy Transitions Outlook
Wind power is a key building block for economic recovery from the impact of COVID-19, which will enable governments to renew critical infrastructure for a sustainable future. The wind industry will help to deliver jobs, clean and affordable power and energy security needed for a sustainable economic recovery.
On the occasion of Earth Day, GWEC has launched a memorial award in honour of its late CEO Steve Sawyer – REvolutionaries: The Steve Sawyer Memorial Award. The award will honour Steve’s life mission to pioneer the global energy transition, recognising young leaders in the renewable energy sector in developing countries.
GWEC and GWO: Global offshore wind industry will require over 77,000 trained on-site workers by 2024 to power growth in emerging markets
The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and Global Wind Organisation (GWO) have published a new report that highlights the need for over 77,000 trained on-site workers to deliver forecast installations in six key emerging markets for offshore wind between 2020-2024.
The latest data released by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) shows that the global offshore wind industry added 6.1GW of offshore wind capacity in 2019, a record year for the industry and an impressive 35.5 per cent increase on the previous year, which saw 4.5GW installed.
Women in Wind Global Leadership Program announces 2020 Participants and Global Ambassadors to accelerate greater gender diversity in the wind sector
Today on International Women’s Day, the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and the Global Women’s Network for the Energy Transition (GWNET) have announced this year’s participants for their jointly organised Women in Wind Global Leadership Program. After receiving over 110 highly competitive applications for this year’s program, GWEC and GWNET have chosen 15 participants from 13 countries in emerging markets across the world.
Public tenders and auctions have driven 80% of current renewable energy capacity in Latin America and the Caribbean
The Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE) and the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) have published a joint report Competitive Processes for Financing Renewable Energy Projects which found that over 80% of current renewable energy capacity in Latin America and the Caribbean has been driven by public tenders and auctions.