The Global Wind Energy Council has produced a range of publications including regional market reports and global outlooks. You are welcome to reproduce content, graphs or photos from any of the GWEC reports if you cite 'Global Wind Energy Council' as the source, provided that another source is not cited in the document itself.
GWEC's annual market update on the status of the global wind industry is the authoritative source of information on wind power markets around the world. It provides you with a comprehensive snapshot of the global industry, now present in about 75 countries, with 21 countries having more than 1000 MW installed. This years' edition includes insights of the most important wind power markets worldwide, future trends with projections for 2012-2016, role of public finance, overview of the current status of global offshore and much more.
This study, which was undertaken in cooperation between the Brazilian Wind Energy Association (ABEEólica) and the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) provides an in-depth analysis of the Brazilian wind energy market. It evaluates the effects of the regulatory approaches to date, analyses the market and the industry, pinpoints remaining obstacles and challenges, and provides recommendations for legislative improvements.
The Indian Wind Energy Outlook 2011 is a joint publication by GWEC, WISE and IWTMA. The report examines the current status of wind power development in India, discusses the policy environment for wind, and assesses the potential for future growth, and highlights the economic, environmental and energy security benefits. It pinpoints remaining obstacles which need to be overcome for India to fully exploit its rich wind resource.
GWEC's annual report is the autoritative source of information on wind power markets around the world. The Global Wind 2010 Report contains installation figures for over 70 countries for the 2010 record year, as well as a five-year forecast up to 2015 and detailed chapters on the key countries.
The GWEO 2010 presents three different scenarios for global wind power development up to 2030. By providing detailed wind power trajectories for all the world's regions, the GWEO 2010 shows how global wind power capacity could reach 2,300 GW by 2030, providing up to 22% of the world's electricity needs.
China's wind power can reach 230 GW of installed capacity by 2020, which is equal to 13 times the current capacity of the Three Gorges Dam; its annual electricity output of 464.9 TWh could replace 200 coal fire power plants, according to China Wind Power Outlook 2010, this new report jointly released by Greenpeace, the Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association (CREIA), and the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC).