Meteodyn to exhibit at the Chinese Wind Power worlwide event in Beijing – Booth W210-211
The global installed capacity of wind power reached 433 MW by the end of 2015, and is expected to be almost doubled to 792 MW by the end of 2020, according to Global Wind Energy Council. The CWP was first launched in 2008, and enjoys an extremely high reputation in the industry with an ever-expanding size year by year. Meteodyn has taken part in the exhibition every year since the start!
From the policy and market trends to the new technologies, this event aims to discuss challenges in the wind power market, international experiences, best practices and solutions to meet these challenges.
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China continues to lead global wind energy market
China is a world leader in wind and solar power generation, with the world largest installed capacity and continued rapid growth every year. In 2016, China added 23,370 MW of new wind power capacity to the country’s electricity grid. China’s installations represent 35% of the global total and make China the first wind power market in the world.
An avantageous policy to promote renewables and control over coal development:
- According to the 13th FYP (the Chinese policy framework – Five-Year Plan), by 2020, total renewable electricity installations will reach 770 GW, representing an increase of 31%.
- The target for wind power is at least 210 GW by 2020, with electricity production of 420 TWh and 6% of total power production.
Meteodyn, wind expert in China
Meteodyn has established its Chinese subsidiary in Beijing in 2009. We already knew that this market was very promising and we are very proud to be among the first to provide wind resource assessment software and now forecast and O&M solutions to our many customers.
Meteodyn is the world leading wind modelling expert. From wind farm design to wind production forecast and turbines post assessment, Meteodyn can help you with software, consulting services and custom IT developments.
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