EU wind power: new sources needed

July 2007
MarketWatch: Energy;Jul2007, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p5
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The article focuses on the business forecasting of the European Wind Energy Association on wind power sector which could provide 12 to 15 percent of power demand by 2020 in Europe. The growth in European Union (EU) wind power has been phenomenal in Germany and Spain which had supported the development of the industry through guaranteed returns and tariffs. It is suggested that the EU should focus on the high-growth markets of Germany and Spain to help the country meet the quota of by 2020.


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