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Windicator World Maps - an interactive guide to world wind capacity

Global wind power growth is back on track after the dip in 2010 induced by the worldwide financial crisis.

 

With the addition of at least 14GW of wind power stations to the grid in the first half of 2011, world wind capacity has sailed past the 200GW milestone. The volume of newly operational gigawatts is the largest ever for a first half-year. That record is aided by the grid connection of a number of Chinese wind farms that were built during 2010 but were not put online until recently. Aside from China, the top-ten growth countries have provided 6GW so far this year, with India and the US leading the way. For the full article, click here.

 

North America (full size version)

 

Middle East and Africa (full size version)

 

Europe (full size version)

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Latin and South America (full size version)

 

Asia Pacific(full size version)

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