Warsaw, 8 March 2016 - The European wind industry will descend on Warsaw today to make the economic arguments for wind power in a market that faces increasing uncertainty.
The Wind Power Poland 2016 event is organised by the Polish Wind Energy Association and is supported by EWEA. GE and Vestas are headlining as the two event ambassadors.
Poland's wind market was one of the strongest performers last year - second only to Germany - installing a total of 1.3GW in new capacity as developers pushed Read more [...]
Paris, 3 December 2015 - National climate pledges in emerging markets and an ambitious deal in Paris could spark an export boom for the European wind industry.
China, India, Morocco, Brazil and Turkey are just a few of the countries that have made post-2020 national pledges on the deployment of wind energy in the coming years. In all 70 countries have identified wind as a key climate mitigation technology.
Giles Dickson, Chief Executive Officer of the European Wind Energy Association, said: Read more [...]
By iEcology Ecological footprint is technically defined as the amount of land that is needed to support one's consumption habits. We all know that the Earth has finite resources with her and therefore over-utilisation or over-extraction of these resources can cause damage to the earth and thereby increase the ecological footprint.
Why one needs to take good care of the ecological footprint is because these days the population growth rate has defeated the growth rate of the resources of the earth, Read more [...]