WWEA

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WWEAWorld Wind Energy Association
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The Conference applauds the establishment of the permanent WWEA Office Pakistan which will provide information about the status and potential of wind power, including how to create appropriate regulatory frameworks, and will support the domestic wind sector in Pakistan to grow.
WWEA Secretary General Stefan Gsanger said that Pakistan given its skilled and qualified engineers clearly had the ability to increase its renewable power generation to the exemplary extent being done in countries of Europe like Denmark and Germany.
WWEA Secretary General Stefan Gsanger said: 'Pakistan's skilled and qualified engineers clearly had the ability to increase its renewable power generation to the exemplary extent being done in countries of Europe like Denmark and Germany.'
Later, President WWEA Peter Rae awarded World Wind Energy Award-2018 to Honorary Vice President of the association, Air Marshal (Retd) Shahid Hamid, to recognise his services in promoting renewable energy in Pakistan.
Also speaking on the occasion, WWEA President Peter Rae hoped that 17th edition of World Wind Energy Conference would go a long way to explore the potential of renewable energy resources globally to ensure a sustainable and better world for people.
Offshore represents 26 per cent of the UK's total wind capacity of which 59 per cent was added in 2010, according to estimates by the World Wind Energy Association (WWEA).
Professor Tanay Sidki Uyar, vice-president of the World Wind Energy Association (WWEA), said that the event would be held at Istanbul's Halic Congress Hall with the participation of scientists from many countries.
For example, sustainable energy advocates were recently compelled to draw the attention of the Copenhagen-based global dialogue in response to climate change to correct the ignorance of new knowledge that global wind energy potential is capable of delivering more than twice the amount of energy currently supplied world-wide (World Wind Energy Association (WWEA 2009).
Germany, with an installed capacity of approximately 24,000 MW, is second on the list, followed by Spain (16,700 MW) and China (12,200 MW), the World Wind Energy Association (WWEA) reported last year.
New installed wind energy capacity totaled 5379 megawatts during the first three months of the year, the WWEA said based on figures from 11 of the top 15 countries representing 80 percent of the world market.
La Tabla 4 [35] es una recopilacion de datos efectuado por la WWEA (World Wind Energy Association) de la que uno de los autores es vicepresidente para Hispanoamerica, ilustra sobre la situacion comprobada de fines de 2006.