NewEnergyNews: CHINA’S HISTORIC WIND BUILD

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    Friday, January 17, 2014

    CHINA’S HISTORIC WIND BUILD

    China on world's 'biggest push' for wind power

    David Shukman, 7 January 2014 (BBC News)

    "China has embarked on the greatest push for renewable energy the world has ever seen…A key element involves more than doubling the number of wind turbines in the next six years…Already the world's largest producer of wind power, China plans further massive increases…From a current installed capacity of 75 gigawatts (GW), the aim is to achieve a staggering 200GW by 2020…By contrast, the European Union countries together have just over 90GW of installed wind capacity…[I]ntegrating this surge in wind power has posed a series of challenges…[T]he construction of wind farms has often outstripped the building of the connections needed to link the turbines to the grid…” click here for more

    1 Comments:

    At 5:13 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

    Sometimes writers just think about the installation numbers and the author of this article is doing that.
    It seems that he dosnt know anything about the crisis what had reached China as well as any other countries because of the low prices for wind turbines who are occuring through the manufacturing capacities.

    The consequences of this was that about the half of the 50 manufactures who where active in China in 2012 are bankrupped or have finished their business.

    This kind of essential information are missing

     

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