Wind Energy International 2014/2015 yearbook now available
Yearbook examines the status of wind energy in almost 100 countries as well as emerging trends around the world
The yearbook includes 71 country reports describing the wind energy situation in almost 100 countries on all continents as well as 20 special reports.
cover_13_2 Wind Energy International 2014/2015 is a culmination of reports from experts around the world. It includes updated and complete information on the worldwide status of wind energy. In addition, it also incorporates special reports detailing policies, industrial trends, financing, grid integration, offshore, small scale wind systems, community power, education, training & capacity building. Click on the links to download the table of contents and a country report sample of Germany.
With the accelerating switch of the worldwide energy system towards more renewable energy, in particular wind power, Wind Energy International 2014/2015 will be even more critical for policy-makers, business people, and parties involved in the energy sector. Best practices from around the world have been carefully analysed and presented in the yearbook. These include successful feed-in tariff, community power, financing developments that support the widespread diffusion of wind energy.
Paul Gipe, author, advocate, and renewable energy industry analyst, book review:
"If you want to know the status of wind energy development worldwide and you only can afford one book, this is the one"
To order Wind Energy International 2014/2015, please visit the WWEA bookshop.
The price including delivery is 80 € for WWEA members (110 € for non-members).
The e-version of the book can be ordered at the same prices as the printed version.
A special package (hard copy + e-version) can be ordered for 120 € for WWEA members (160 € for non-members).
World Wind Energy Association
WWEA is an international non-profit association embracing the wind sector worldwide, with members in more than 100 countries. WWEA advises and influences national governments and international organisations, enhances international technology transfer, and provides a platform for the communication of all wind energy actors worldwide.