Sustainable development is the main aim of developed countries in the world in order to meet the energy balance demand and emissions mitigation target in long term.

Wind Energy History and Technology

As early as 3000 B.C., people used wind energy for the first time in the form of sail boats in Egypt. Sails captured the energy in wind to pull a boat across the water. The earliest windmills, used to grind grain, came about either in 2000 B.C. in ancient Babylon or 200 B.C. in ancient Persia, depending on who you ask

The Future of Wind Energy

 Technological advancements and supportive policy measures have the ability to dramatically increase the future of wind energy development in our nation and our world. 

Legal Framework for Wind Energy Development

Wind Energy Around the World

Turbines are sprouting up around the globe in record numbers.  By the end of 2010, there were over 197,000 MW of wind installed around the world, which is more than three-times the 59,000 MW installed in 2005. The pace of growth is now greatest in China, where installed wind energy capacity grew by 75,564 MW ending 2012, leading the world largest installed capacity