German Study 2006 Assesses Wind Energy Industry to 2014

Wilhelmshaven, Germany [] The development of the international wind energy market in the coming years is viewed as very positive by the industry — this is the most important result of the WindEnergy Study 2006, commissioned by the Hamburg Messe und Congress GmbH in the run-up to WindEnergy 2006 – International Trade Fair. For the year 2010, for example, the globally installed power is expected to reach 132,000 MW (at present: 59,000 MW). These figures are complemented by a scenario of the German wind market up to the year 2030. The scenario is based on a survey carried out in December 2005 by the German Wind Energy Institute (DEWI) … The growth forecast up to 2010 published in the WindEnergy Study 2004 can be revised upwards to up to 12%.


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