China pauses to take stock and plan ahead

Last year was another good year for wind power development in China. The country's new installed capacity of 19GW -- almost half of the new wind installed globally in 2010 -- secured its position as the world's leading wind player. With the market in the US affected by both the global financial crisis and the shale-gas boom, China has become the driving force of the global wind market.

by Liming Qiao
Grid problems...making China reassess approach to wind
Grid problems...making China reassess approach to wind

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