Photo essays - 15/September/2018

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Technicians carry out a sky-high check of wind turbine blades in Lindenberg near Berlin, Germany.

Technicians carry out a sky-high check of wind turbine blades in Lindenberg near Berlin, Germany. The wind industry provides 1.15 million high-skilled jobs globally. Germany. Spain, India and the US lead the world with the largest cumulative capacities of wind energy. The global wind market will see “dramatic” growth in 2019, forecasts the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), which expects wind power to cross the 60 gigawatt (GW) annual deployment mark in 2020, up from 52.9 GW in 2018.

 

 

The photograph won the Boosting Economies section of a competition held by wind associations WindEurope and GWEC to celebrate Global Wind Day 2018.

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