Hottest global wind power installed capacity will

2022-08-15
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On April 10, the Global Wind Energy Council, headquartered in Brussels, released a report that the global wind power installation will increase by 34% in 2014, and the global new capacity will reach 47.3gw

it is worth noting that the base of this high growth rate is relatively low, because the new installed capacity of global wind power decreased by 22% year-on-year in 2013, only 35.3gw

the global wind energy council predicts that, unlike last year, wind power will hit the bottom and rebound in 2014, and the global cumulative installed capacity will reach 365.5gw, which is expected to increase to 596.4gw by 2018. During this period, the global wind power market will enter a period of stable growth, with stable but noticeable growth

in 2013, China topped the list with 16.1gw of new installed capacity, while Germany and the UK ranked second and third with 3.2gw and 1.9gw of new installed capacity respectively. The new installed capacity of the United States in 2013 was only 1.1gw. Michael Meador, manager of the program unit responsible for manufacturing lightweight materials and straight peel clamps at NASA green Research Center (Cleveland, Ohio), said that the figure was not comparable to the 12gw in 2012. The Global Wind Energy Council believes that between 2014 and 2018, the main driving force for the growth of global wind power installation will come from China and the United States

in addition to the promotion of China and the United States, the wind power markets in Canada, Brazil and South Africa will also experience rapid growth, with hundreds of megawatts of growth. However, in the absence of a strong global climate policy, the wind power market needs to pay special attention to the fact that it is unlikely that the effective travel of the electronic tensile machine and the sample fixture will reappear at an average annual growth rate of 20% and 25% a few years ago. Steve Sawyer, President of the Global Wind Energy Council, said: the wind power industry is still full of development potential, but serious response to climate change among governments is a necessary prerequisite

in terms of regions, the noise level of new wind power installed in Asia will be the highest in the world in 2014, about 20.5gw, followed by Europe, about 11gw, followed by North America, about 10GW, Latin America may reach 3gw, and the total new installed capacity in the Middle East and Africa is about 2gw. Sawyer said: wind power is easier to become dynamic and achieve continuous growth in a market with rapid economic development and significant growth in energy demand

according to the prediction of the Global Wind Energy Council, the new installed capacity of global wind power will reach 51gw in 2015, and will continue to rise in 2016 and 2017, adding 55.7gw and 60.2gw respectively

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