China booms while the US sleeps

WORLDWIDE: No one in the global wind power industry will be surprised by the slump in new capacity installed during 2013. The year was always going to reflect the worst effects of the US's switchback approach to its main policy incentive, the production tax credit; 2012's boom led inevitably to 2013's bust.

by Shaun Campbell

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