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The Thai Wind Energy Association (ThaiWEA) is launching a new quarterly newsletter, "Wind News", and had made its debut in January 2016. It is our first official publication and expects more than 500 subscribers for the first two years and gradually increases in number. Producing exclusively for the Association's members to provide news/ reviews of seminars, events, conferences, resources and publications and keeps the membership informed of all wind and renewable energy industry contacts and activities. It is distributed nationwide to potential subscribers chiefly to Clean Energy Companies on Thai stock market, government agencies; include project developers, contractors, materials and equipment suppliers, learning institutions, and all other sectors. Our newsletter offers advertising space of various sizes available in printed and electronic version.
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WIND ENERGY Holding Co (WEH), majority-owned by Thailand’s KPN Group, has agreed to acquire CWP Renewables, a renewable-energy developer and asset manager in Australia, from ...
Mr. Viraphonh Viravong, Laos’ Deputy Minister of Energy and Mines, said at the “Global Wind Day 2016” forum hosted recently in Bangkok that Laos has been pursuing negotiations on p...
Febuary 23rd, 2016, Thai Wind Energy Association (ThaiWEA) was invited to attend The focus group meeting with Sub-committee on Renewable Energy Reform to consider "Draft Renewable ...
Current World Wind Situation
Wind - Asia Overtakes the World
2014 saw Asia overtake Europe as the region with the most installed wind power capacity. Much of that achievement was owed largely to China, which installed 23 GW of capacity in 2014. Early estimates indicate China may have installed 25 GW in 2015
Wind energy added more new capacity than any other form of power in Europe in 2015.
Across the 28 EU member states, wind accounted for 44% of all new power installations, connecting a total of 12.8GW to the grid – 9.766MW in onshore and 3,034MW offshore.
Global Wind Statistics released today!
Global Wind Grows 12.5% in 2013, Annual market down; return to growth in 2014
The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) released its 2013 market statistics today, with cumulative global capacity reaching a total of 318,137 MW, an increase of nearly 200,000 MW in the past five years. However, the annual market dropped by almost 10 GW to 35,467 MW, attributable to the precipitous drop in US installations due to the policy gap created by the US Congress in 2012. While 2013 marked another difficult year for the industry with ‘only’ 12.5% cumulative growth, the prospects for 2014 and beyond look much brighter.
For full report and graphs see: www.gwec.net/wp-content/
France: Wind Energy Is a Solution in Energy Transition
|France may be the world’s most nuclear energy dependent country, but times are changing. When French President François Hollande took the reins of power in 2012 he pledged to reduce the country’s nuclear dependency from 75 percent to 50 percent by 2025.
Today, France has a goal of reaching 19 GW of wind energy by 2020, up from its current level of 8.2 GW according to EWEA statistics.
|80% of French people back the installation of wind turbines. In 2013 an IPSOS survey found that wind power had a good image for 83% of the population. The same survey found that 80% of interviewees would welcome wind turbines in their region (départment) while 68 percent would welcome turbines in their local area (commune). And, according to France Energie Eolienne, public opinion becomes more favourable the closer the respondent lives to a wind farm.
Read further on : www.ewea.org/blog/2014/04/france-wind-energy-solution-energy-transition