In close coordination with our partners in North Carolina, we are moving forward to determine what places make sense to harness the enormous wind energy
potential off the Atlantic seaboard.
The American wind energy
market first began to surge in the 1980s, as three California-based turbine manufacturers--Kenetech (now bankrupt), Zond Systems (today a subsidiary of General Electric), and Seawest (still operating as a privately held company)--competed for dominance.
This report provides insights about wind energy
and a comparative industry analysis of the BRIC countries and the US.
As of 2013, Xcel Energy had 5,080 megawatts of wind energy
on its systems, enough wind power to meet the energy needs of about 2.
As per the study, the top 5 countries in the worldwide wind energy
market are China, US, Germany, Spain and India with market shares of approximately 21%, 20%, 14%, 11% and 7% respectively, representing approximately 73% of the total cumulative wind energy
market at the end of 2010.
He said, The 100 communities across Canada that host wind energy
operations, developments and businesses, as well as Ontario s Long Term Energy Plan (LTEP), recognize that wind energy
is a proven, reliable and cost-competitive energy solution that drives economic diversification, environmental sustainability and rate-base value .
Obtain a top-level view of the performance of the global wind energy
industry over the 2005-2014 period, and its 2010 segmentation by media type
According to officials, efforts are being made by state government for tapping nearly 3000 MW wind energy
in the state.
The positive development of wind energy
in India has mainly been driven by progressive state level legislation, including policy measures such as renewable portfolio standards and feed-in-tariffs.
Aruvian's R'search brings you a complete in-depth focus on the global wind energy
in its report - Analyzing the Global Wind Energy
Four nations, Germany, US, China and India, have been taken into consideration in order to analyze the overall wind energy
offshore wind energy
industry in two parts - one looking at overall developments, while the other focuses specifically on the developments in offshore wind energy
in the Outer Continental Shelf.