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Wind market status
1 March 2002
Thirty countries, their status and their potential, are touched upon in our annual review of the global wind power market. Installation of new wind power capacity is running at nearly 7 GW a year. As Merrill Lynch says, it can hardly be called a niche any longer. But several traditonal national markets have matured or will be reaching their peaks over the next two years. The onus is on new markets -- in Asia, Australia, South America and perhaps Canada -- to pick up the slack. And on the United States to sort out its regulatory hiatus to become the greatest market of them all.
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