IEA launches technology roadmap on wind energy
30 November 2009
The IEA Technology Roadmap on Wind Energy, the third in a series that focuses on deployment of promising low-carbon energy technologies, captures the tasks that must be addressed along the complete wind energy supply chain, from efficient energy extraction on land and offshore to reliable and cost-effective delivery to consumers.
The roadmap looks towards 2050, when 12% of global electricity needs could be met by the wind. This roadmap will be available at the IEA stand at the UN climate talks in Copenhagen.
To see the IEA Technology Roadmap series, click here.
Update: IEA Technology Roadmap: Wind Energy 2009 was overtaken by a 2013 edition, available for free download here.
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