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The world market for wind turbines reached a total capacity of 320 GW and wind contributes today around 4% of the world’s power demand. We see a very fast growth in some emerging markets, especially in several Asian countries, Latin America and Africa, while the traditional wind markets in Europe and North America have slowed down. Despite such disparities, it is today a well-accepted concept that wind energy is a cornerstone of the future energy mix. And it is encouraging to see that more and more countries have set very ambitious targets for renewable energy deployment, some with the official aim of 100% renewable.

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The Swedish Minister for Policy Coordination and Energy,
Ibrahim Baylan, is confirmed for WWEC2017 opening ceremony.

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We are proud to present the Swedish Minister for Policy Coordination and Energy, Ibrahim Baylan as keynote speaker for World Wind Energy Conference 2017 opening ceremony. Minister Ibrahim Baylan is also elected President of the International Energy Agency (IEA) ministerial meeting in 2017.

The Conference will be the event of the year that brings together the foremost experts, peers and practitioners in the business from the whole world.
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14th World Wind Energy Conference & Exhibition
Innovation for 100% Renewable Energy In Harmony with the Environment
October 26-28, 2015 – Jerusalem, Israel

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