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The energy sector of today faces a triple challenge, how to tackle climate change and meet rapidly increasing demand for energy while ensuring the security of its supply. Wind energy can be a significant part of the answer, if sufficient support and increased political will are applied to its development. The strong development of wind power to date can continue in the coming years as long as the clear commitment of the EU member states to wind power development continues to strengthen, and as long as this support is translated into the construction of wind farms. Undoubtedly, there is a noticeable shift in attitudes toward wind power in many countries. While the technology would have been dismissed as too expensive by many developing country energy planners just a few years ago, the continuing success of the technology in an ever-widening group of countries has changed that attitude to one of the dramatically increased knowledge about wind generation and the role that it can play in a country’s power mix.
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- The Current Situation and Perspectives on the Use of Wind Energy for Electricity Generation
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