10 May 2019

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China’s energy consumption hits five-year recordGrowth in China’s energy consumption remains robust while the forms of energy continued to diversify in 2018, according to an annual report on China’s energy development released Sunday by the China Electric Power Planning and Engineering Institute…

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Global offshore wind energy reaches tipping pointThe global offshore wind energy sector is on the precipice of a tipping point, according to analysis from IntelStor LLC, a cloud-based market intelligence ecosystem for renewable energy. IntelStor is anticipating a total potential growth of 329 GW by 2028, with 181 GW of that as likely build….

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Falling Costs Make Wind, Solar More AffordableHarnessing wind and solar energy for low-carbon electric power generation was once considered uneconomical. Now, rapidly falling costs for these technologies are boosting global renewable energy capacity. Renewable energy sources can help reduce carbon emissions substantially and the effects of global warming…

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Wind Industry Network Gathering
Bangkok – 19 June 2019
As part of our member network events, we will be organizing a wind industry network gathering for our members in Bangkok on 19 June 2019.

7th Asia Offshore Wind Day
Taipei – 15 October  2019
As part of our them focused events, we will be organizing the 7th Asia Offshore Wind Day in Taipei on 15 October 2019. The day will include presentations, panel discussions and a cocktail reception at the end of the day.

Please contact us at info@asiawind.org for further information on our events and reports.

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