4GW

AcronymDefinition
4GWFourth Generation Warfare
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Cote d'Ivoire currently has generating capacity of 2.17GW, divided roughly 60:40 between thermal and hydro projects, but the government hopes that this will top 4GW by the end of 2020, as new projects are developed.
At the same time, I believe a project of 4GW is too large for comfort and smaller projects built in stages may have been a better idea.
As such, the world finds itself in a global 4GW war, albeit an undeclared one, against non-state actors.
"4GW is coming and we are providing it to them on a silver plate due to our disputes with one another.
Morocco too improved its ranking due to some new initiatives like the recently announced plans to install 4GW of wind and solar power by 2020.
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In October, the managing director of Iran Power Development Company said that Iran's national power generation capacity will be boosted by around 4GW by the third calendar month of Tir (June 21-July 21) next year.
Yet his "courage" to make such a call also demonstrates the Obama administration's incomplete understanding of fourth-generation warfare (4GW).
Instead, what we have is Fourth Generation Warfare (4GW), as strategist William Lind has defined it.
The project would see up to 1,000 turbines built if the entire zone is developed, producing 4GW or enough to power three million homes.
A massive expansion of offshore wind is planned, with a further 4GW in construction or with planning consent and a total of 40GW of offshore wind farms at various stages of development.