Eastern winds: emerging European wind power markets

1st February 2013

Topic(s): Renewables, Wind energy

Central, eastern and south-eastern Europe is Europe’s new wind energy frontier. Signicant growth, opportunity and benets can be expected from and for the region in the years ahead.

These newly emerged and emerging markets are not only important in their own right, but they have increased perceived importance given the state of wind energy markets elsewhere in Europe. These new markets look set to offset, to a greater or lesser extent, declines in the near future in some of the more mature southern European markets. It therefore becomes all the more important for the European wind energy industry that the newly emerged and emerging eastern European markets are able to achieve their full potential.


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Eastern winds: emerging European wind power markets


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