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State of Wind Industry now to 2025
State of Wind Industry now to 2025
State of Wind Industry now to 2025
State of Wind Industry now to 2025
State of Wind Industry now to 2025
State of Wind Industry now to 2025
State of Wind Industry now to 2025
State of Wind Industry now to 2025
State of Wind Industry now to 2025
State of Wind Industry now to 2025
State of Wind Industry now to 2025
State of Wind Industry now to 2025
State of Wind Industry now to 2025
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State of Wind Industry now to 2025

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  • 1. April 24, 2012 www.iwea.ca
  • 2. Global Wind power Capacity Top 10 wind power countries (February 2011)Country and Wind power capacity (MW)China 44,733USA 40,180Germany 27,215Spain 20,676India 13,066Italy 5,797France 5,660UK 5,204Canada (5,403) 4,008Denmark 3,734
  • 3. Global Leaders 20111. Vestas 12.9%2. Goldwind 8.8%3. Enercon-7.6%4. Suzlon Group – 7.6%5. Siemens-7.6%6. GE Wind – 7.4%7. Sinovel – 7.2%8. United Power – 7%9. Gamesa – 6.4%10. Mingyang 2.9%
  • 4. Alberta Wind Sector Overview 1993 Cowley Ridge 2006 AESO cap - 900 MW 2007 cap lifted - interconnection / transmission study completed 2012 891 MW wind energy installed Alberta – 5 year projection- 1,600 MW AESO LT 2020 = 2,500 MW Canada –3,000 MW -2012.  2010 - wind projects - $1.7 billion
  • 5. Economic Impact Birthplace of Wind in Canada First = Cowley Ridge (Canadian Hydro) 1993 + $10 M into local economy 3 offices constructed 50 FT jobs $2.6 M annual payroll $900,000 in municipal taxes Lease payments to landowners of $3,000 / MW per turbine (CanWEA: 2006 – 1996-2006 figures)
  • 6. 2011 and 2012 activityWild Steer Butte Wind Farm – Shell - 775 MWBlack Spring Ridge – Greengate - 300 MWENEL – Castle Rock Wind Farm – 77 MWCapital Power – Halkirk Wind Farm – 150 MW
  • 7. Projections4,351 MW wind in queue – AESO1,100 MW by Q4 2012 - AESO5-8 Years Transmission ProjectsSATR – 2,700 MW windHanna – 500 MW of wind
  • 8. Alberta Electric System Operator
  • 9. Where do the parts come from?Canadian Content:  Hitachi - Saskatoon- Towers  General Electric - Gaspe region – Blades  Concrete - local providers - Foundation  Varsteel Steel - Lethbridge – FoundationAmerican Content  Vestas Blades / Nacelles - ColoradoInternational Content  Enercon-Blades and Nacelles – Germany  Siemens – Blades and Nacelles- Germany  Acciona- Blades and Nacelles - Spain
  • 10. $6.6 MillionSix year payback!
  • 11. Thank You!Kris Hodgson, Wind Energy Community Liaison Phone: (403) 320.3202 ext. 5489 E-mail: kris.hodgson@lethbridgecollege.ca Website: www.iwea.ca

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