Annual Reports


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2016 Annual Report

The IEA Wind TCP 2016 Annual Report documents the development and deployment efforts of our member governments and organizations, as well as the activities and accomplishments of the 15 collaborative research Tasks. The IEA Wind TCP Tasks focus on sharing the latest technologies and best practices by bringing together experts from industry, government, and research institutions from around the world. As wind power technologies evolve, our international research co-operation network is crucial to the continued advancement of wind power deployment and meeting renewable energy goals.

Full Report


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The IEA Wind TCP 2015 Annual Report summarizes how much wind energy the 22 participating member countries have deployed, how each has benefit from wind energy, and how their policies and research programs will increase wind power’s contribution to the world energy supply. This annual report also presents the latest research results and plans of the 15 co-operative research activities (Tasks) that address specific issues related to wind energy development.

IEA Wind TCP Annual Reports

 
The IEA Wind TCP has been researching and developing wind related technologies since the late 1977. The early pioneers of wind worked in relative obscurity envisioning a bright future for wind energy. Over several decades, larger and more efficient turbines now generate huge amounts of renewable energy.


Our Annual Reports highlight the work of the current research Tasks and provide an extensive summary of the how member countries benefit from wind energy, how much wind power generation each country has deployed, and how policies and research programs will increase wind power’s contribution to the world energy supply.

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