Norway is described as "the real joker in the development pack over the next five years" in the tenth edition of an annual report on international wind energy development, World Market Update 2004, published by Denmark's BTM Consult. "It could be a huge market and the dynamic behaviour from players in the market indicates much higher ambitions than seen in the official target of 1000 MW by 2010," states the report. "Norway has some of the best wind resources in Europe, with stable conditions and vast areas to exploit. Interest in wind energy utilisation is presently at a very high level." BTM points out that 800 MW of wind project development concessions have been granted by government, with thousands of megawatt more in negotiation. Utilities are the major players.