WWEA publishes Annual Report for 2022

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Wind power installations 2022 stay below expectations, the World Wind Energy Association says.

Official Press Release WWEA:

WWEA Annual Report 2022

Wind Industry Profile of
WWEA Annual Report 2022

Wind Power Installations 2022 Stay Below Expectations: Delays across the globe result in the lowest growth since 2019 / 88,6 Gigawatt of additional capacity added in 2022, equaling a growth rate of 10,5%, after 13,4% in 2021/ Global wind power capacity stands at 934 Gigawatt – 1000 Gigawatt expected to be exceeded in 2023

The development of new wind turbine installations around the globe slowed down substantially in the year 2022. Against what many experts predicted during 2022, the added capacity has reached only 88,6 Gigawatt, after close to 100 GW in 2022 and 95 Gigawatt in 2021. With few exemptions, almost all of the markets have not achieved their projections for the year 2022. The reasons are challenges in the wind turbine supply chains and still unfavourable... ... More: Official Press Release WWEA

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