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    Friday, May 05, 2017

    World Wind Can Get To 800 GW By 2021

    The world is on course for 800 GW of wind energy capacity by 2021

    Stuart Hodge, 27 April 2017 (Energy Digital)

    “The proliferation of wind energy into the global power market continues at a furious pace…[More than 54 GW] was installed across the global market last year – and the latest research suggests that overall capacity could reach 800GW within the next five years…[Over 90 countries are now using] wind power, including nine with more than 10,000 MW installed, and 29 which have now passed the 1,000 MW mark…[Cumulative capacity grew] 12.6 percent over the past year, to reach a total of 486.8 GW…The big markets of China, the US and Canada get 4 percent, 5.5 percent, and 6 percent of their power from wind, respectively but growth is expected to be led in Asia…India set a new record for installations this past year…[The] rolling five year forecast sees almost 60 GW of new wind installations in 2017, rising to an annual market of about 75 GW by 2021 and that will bring the total capacity of all installations to over 800 GW…” click here for more

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