Wind Farms Market Growing Globally: Led by China, the US & India Says a New Research Report available at MarketReportsOnline.com

September 27, 2013

Wind Farms – Growing Market is the new global industry research report available with MarketReportsOnline.com.

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) September 27, 2013

The Wind Farms – Growing Market report says Most investment was carried out in China, the US and India. Worldwide installed capacity is now more than 280,000 Megawatt (MW), of which more than 41,000 MW in China. It is predicted that by 2020 China will increase its level of total installed capacity of wind energy to over 200 GW.

Features and benefits of this report (http://www.marketreportsonline.com/278187.html ) include: Wind Energy Case Study describes the development and present condition of the market. It shows the advantages of the market. This case study presents the explanation of the wind market and its evolution over last decade and illustrates wider market and economic trends.

The research, available for purchase at http://www.marketreportsonline.com/contacts/purchase.php?name=278187, informs that global wind energy resources, which are suitable for use from a technical point of view, accounts for 53,000 TWh/year. This amount of energy represents about 36.9% of global energy demand in 2012.

Your key questions answered on and by the Wind Farms – Growing Market report include what is the current rate of growth in the wind energy market? And which countries are the leading players in the wind energy market?

Table of Contents for this report include:




Wind energy total installed capacity has been growing with cagr of 24.4%.

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Technically, global wind energy can deliver 53,000TWh/year

Development of offshore wind energy

The total installed wind power capacity is expected to reach over 650 gw by 2020.

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Germany, Spain and the UK had the biggest volume of total installed capacity in Europe in 2012

Integration of wind power with the grid

Significant strengthening of China's leadership in the use of wind energy

The Wind Energy Industry Increases Employment And Minimalizes Marginal Cost Of Operation

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Other wind power advantages

Although Expensive, Wind Energy Production Will Increase

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Wind electricity will account for 20% of the total consumption in 2020.



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List of Tables

Table: Annual working hours of wind power plants in hours/year

Table: Marginal costs of influence of fuel's usage on external costs for society, economics and environment in Euro/MWh

List of Figures

Figure: Global growth of wind energy, installed capacity in GW

Figure: Predicted average electricity production cost in 2018 in $/MWh

Figure: Annual potential of renewable energy sources and its usage

Figure: The total installed capacity of wind energy in MW

Figure: The new installed capacity of wind energy in GW in 2012

Figure: The total installed capacity of wind energy in selected countries in GW

Figure: Approximate cost of producing electricity in 2012 (assuming Euro23/tone of CO2)

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