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  • Friday, December 07, 2012

    INDIA WIND TO BOOM

    India Set For Massive Wind Energy Growth Through 2030

    4 December 2012 (North American Windpower)

    “Wind energy could soon supply 5 GW per year in India, thus helping to fight chronic power shortages in the country, finds [India Wind Energy Outlook 2012]…Up to 89 GW of wind power could be installed in India by 2020, which compares to the 18 GW that is currently installed…”

    “…[T]his would attract around $16.5 billion of annual investment in the sector, create 179,000 new jobs and save 179 tons of carbon dioxide annually…By 2030, India’s installed wind energy capacity could reach up to 191 GW…India was the third-largest wind power market in 2011, after China and the U.S., and fifth in overall cumulative installed capacity.”

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