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Wind power in Asia

Wind farm on Changshan Islands, China
Bangui Windfarm, Philippines

Wind power in Asia has a total generating capacity of 10,600 MW. The strongest market is China with 12,210 MW of installed capacity. India is the second largest market in Asia with an installed capacity of 9,587 MW.

China more than doubled its total [1] China continued its rapid expansion of wind power capacity in 2007 and 2008, and now has a total of about 9000 MW of wind power, with 4,000 MW being installed in 2008 alone.[2]

Other key countries include [1]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Global wind energy markets continue to boom – 2006 another record year
  2. ^ UPI 2009
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