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    Friday, March 04, 2016

    CHINA, U.S. DOMINATE WORLD WIND

    US Continues To Lead World In Wind Energy Production, China Blows Past EU

    Joshua S. Hill, March 1, 2016 (Clean Technica)

    “…According to data published recently by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and the US Energy Information Administration, the United States continued to lead the world in terms of wind energy production during 2015…The debate over whether the US or China is the leading wind energy country in the world was the focus of many a year ago, when James Walker, a member of the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), contested the claim that China was in fact leading the way. His contention was that although China had more installed wind capacity, America generated more wind electricity. A few months later, GlobalData analyst Pranav Srivastava predicted that China would hold both titles as soon as 2016…but at least for a little while longer, the United States remains the world’s number one wind electricity producer…Chinese installations, with a total of 30.5 GW worth of new wind installations, drove global installation figures past 63 GW in 2015, an annual market growth of 22%. This has brought China up past the European Union, with a total installed capacity of 145.1 GW worth of wind, compared to the EU’s 141.6 GW…The annual US wind market reached 8.6 GW in 2015…” click here for more

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