Global wind power grows by more than 60GW in 2019

Michael Holder
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The world added 60GW of new wind power capacity last year
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The world added 60GW of new wind power capacity last year

But Global Wind Energy Council forced to revise its forecasts for 2020 and beyond as coronavirus fallout continues

The wind power industry enjoyed its second biggest growth year in history in 2019, adding 60.4GW of new onshore and offshore capacity amid surging demand for clean energy worldwide, latest data from the...

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