China wind power installed capacity growth in the world's first Abandoned wind power rationing problem will be resolved in 3 years2015-12-15
China wind power installed capacity growth in the world's first
Abandoned wind power rationing problem will be resolved in 3 years
Danish industry advisory body BTM recently predicted that 2014~2018 five years, the cumulative installed capacity of wind power in the world will be increased by an average of 12.1% per year (including offshore wind power). China will continue to maintain the position of the top of the new capacity each year, followed by the United States.
2014 -2018 years, the continent accounted for the proportion of the total installed capacity of 48.2% in Asia, 27.4% in Europe, 18.8% in the Americas, and about 5.6% in the rest of the region.
2014 -2016 three years, the average annual new installed capacity of 12 million kilowatts, after the sea wind power will force to help the European wind power installed at a faster rate of growth. Germany and the United Kingdom is still the main wind power market in europe. Emerging markets such as Romania, Turkey, Poland, Sweden, Finland, Austria and other countries of the wind power installed will continue to develop. Data show that Chinese abandoned wind power rationing problem will be resolved in 2017 or 2018.