Global Wind Energy Council
GWEC is a member-based trade association that represents the entire wind energy sector. The members of GWEC represent over 1,500 companies, organisations and institutions in more than 80 countries, including manufacturers, developers, component suppliers, research institutes, national wind and renewables associations, electricity providers, finance and insurance companies.
See below for the Latest GWEC News, Analysis, Profit Results, Share Price Information, and Commentary.
Around 680GW wind energy capacity to be installed by 2027: report
Policy changes are needed to prevent supply bottlenecks by 2026.
Indonesia to install 450MW wind power by 2027
The additions could be raised to 550MW if barriers are addressed.
Global commission formed to accelerate approvals of renewables, green hydrogen
It is expected to present its recommendations to the UN General Assembly in September 2023.
Asia coalition launched to accelerate clean energy procurement
ACEC’s vision includes clean energy’s accessibility and affordability in the region by 2030.
Ingka Group becomes Asia Clean Energy Coalitions’ founding member
The coalition will convene the world’s leading clean energy buyers, investors, and developers.
Japan, 8 others join Global Offshore Wind Alliance
The alliance targets to speed up the installation of offshore wind.
Renewables key to resolving energy security, climate crises
Wind energy is one of the most competitive and mature technologies.
Offshore wind struggles as Asia faces regulatory bottlenecks
This may challenge Asia’s momentum in replacing Europe as the largest offshore wind market.
Wind energy industry needs 570,000 technicians by 2026
This comes as the global onshore and offshore wind increase in size by 67%.
Over 100 wind firms call for ‘dramatic action’ to scale up RE transition
This comes ahead of the COP27 in November.
Global alliance formed to boost offshore wind capacity
It aims to increase offshore wind capacity by 670% to 380GW in 2030.
Onshore wind to play a key role in achieving India’s 2030 target
The country has almost 41GW of onshore wind capacity.
GWEC, GSC call for robust green taxonomy guidelines, accelerated projects permitting
This would speed up investment in renewables.
India could raise RE capacity by about 24GW with wind energy
As of March 2022, 37.7% of its cumulative installed capacity was wind.
What world leaders can do amidst energy crises
The GWEC outlined a five-point action plan.
Vietnam needs ‘clear and transparent’ legal framework for ambitious offshore wind target
Under its PDP 8, it raised its target to 7GW by 2030.
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