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GWEC and IRENA Set Global Offshore Wind Energy Goals for 2050

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) have announced an agenda to ensure sustainable energy for all that helps...

To Meet Net-Zero Ambitions, Global Wind Workforce Must Keep Pace

The global wind industry will need to train upwards of 480,000 more people to Global Wind Organisation (GWO) standards over the next five years...

GWEC: Surge in Wind Capacity Could Generate 3.3 Million Jobs

Approximately 3.3 million new wind power jobs can be created globally over the next five years, thanks to major industry expansion, according to a...

GWEC: Global Wind Power Needs to Triple Next Decade to Meet Net-Zero Goals

With 93 GW of new capacity installed, 2020 was the best year in history for the global wind industry - a 53% year-over-year increase...

Despite COVID, North and Latin America Install Record-Setting Wind Capacity

Last year set records for wind power growth in both North America and Latin America, with nearly 22 GW of capacity installed despite COVID-19...

GWEC: Wind Industry Stands Strong During Pandemic

Despite the impacts of COVID-19, 71.3 GW of wind power capacity is expected to be installed this year, which is only a 6% reduction...

Demand for Wind Turbine Lubricants on the Rise

Driven by support from various governments, wind energy has grown rapidly since 2000. As a result, global lubricant demand in the wind energy industry...

Wind Power Can Drive the Post COVID-19 Economy

The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), along with signatories representing all the major wind industry corporations and associations across the world, have released a...

Offshore Wind Industry Needs 77,000 Trained Workers by 2024

The offshore wind industry will need over 77,000 trained on-site workers to fulfill 2020-2024 market forecasts in North America, China, Taiwan, Japan, Vietnam, and...

2019: Second-Biggest Year of Installed Wind Energy

2019 was the second-biggest year for wind power, with installations of 60.4 GW of new capacity worldwide and year-over-year growth of 19%, according to...

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