GWECGlobal Wind Energy Council
GWECGlobal Wireless Education Consortium
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Karin Ohlenforst, Director of Market Intelligence at GWEC said: "Although there was a decrease in the outlook for India and Germany due to their challenging market conditions including the execution of their auctioned capacity, the growth in other markets more than make up for this deficit.
In its latest Global Wind Report, released in early April 2019, GWEC market intelligence anticipates more than 300 GW of new capacity will be added in the next five years, driven in the short term by governmental support via auction and tender programs along with renewable targets.
O relatorio apresentado pela GWEC (2016) ainda permite comparar e verificar a diferenca entre a evolucao da capacidade eolica instalada de paises como a Holanda e Brasil, por exemplo.
Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) (2016) Global Wind Energy Outlook.
O Brasil apresenta 4.974,13 megawatts (MW) em operacao comercial (GWEC, 2015, e, para 2018, pelo que ja esta contratado, o Brasil deve ultrapassar os 16 GW, quando a geracao eolica passara a representar cerca de 8% do total de energia eletrica gerada no Brasil, (BRASIL, 2015).
Global cumulative wind power capacity (Source: GWEC 2015) GLOBAL CUMULATIVE INSTALLED WIND CAPACITY 2000-2015 2000 17,400 2001 23,900 2002 31,100 2003 39,431 2004 47,620 2005 59,091 2006 73,957 2007 93,924 2008 120,690 2009 159,016 2010 197,946 2011 238,089 2012 282,842 2013 318,463 2014 369,705 2015 432,883 Source: GWEC Note: Table made from bar graph.
In February 2015, the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) reported that some 51.477MW was installed in 2014, an increase of 44% from 2013.
Within this context, wind energy has become one of the most popular options, observing a market growth of approximately 24% in the last decade (GWEC Global Energy Conuncil, 2011).
But Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) says our our installed wind energy capacity almost doubled to 106 MW in 2013.
Tambien Francia desarrollo diferentes normativas que tuvieron como elemento central el establecimiento de tarifas fijas elevadas, feed-in tariffs, derivando en un avance de la eolica terrestre y marina y marcando como meta llegar a los 25.000 MW en el ano 2020, de los que el 40% corresponderia a la eolica offshore (GWEC, 2011).
The year of 2011 was marked by the consolidation of the wind energy integration in the Brazilian energy matrix, and at the end of 2012 Brazil had 2.5 GW of installed wind capacity, enough to power four million households and accounting for 2% of national electricity consumption (GWEC, 2012).
According to the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), global cumulative installed wind capacity--the total amount of wind power available--has grown fifty-fold in less than two decades, from just 6,100 megawatts (MW) in 1996 to 318,137 MW in 2013.