Creating the Internal Energy Market in Europe This EWEA report serves two main purposes: Contribute to the debate on the completion of an Internal Energy Market (IEM) by 2014 and provide views on present lectricity market integration approaches and the
How much difference does wind energy make to the economy? Does it have a real impact on Europe’s GDP? And how many jobs does it create? EWEA’s report delves into all these questions and more. Based on figures from Deloitte,
EWEA has developed an online tool which allows you to calculate and project the levelised cost of electricity generated by new gas, coal, nuclear, on- and offshore wind power plants. The levelised cost of electricity is defined as the actualized
Wind energy targets for 2020 and 2030 Pure Power III: The latest wind energy scenarios, showing how Europe’s electricity demand can be met and its economy strengthened
June 2011 Powering the Energy Debate 2010 was a year of many highs and some lows. One of the highs was the fact that the Member States’ National Renewable Energy Action Plans showed the EU to be en route to
Design limits and solutions for very large wind turbines 20 Megawatt wind turbines are feasible, according to a new report from the EU-funded UpWind project. UpWind explored the design limits of upscaling wind turbines to 20 Megawatt (MW) and found
Achieving 80-95% emissions reductions EWEA’s EU Energy Policy to 2050 report outlines the successes of Europe’s renewable energy policy, and outlines the need for long-term planning, as far as 2050.
Wind energy and the electricity grid ‘Powering Europe’ puts forward a well-argued case that there are no major technical barriers – but major economic benefits – to integrating large amounts of fuel- and pollution-free wind energy into Europe’s electricity grid.
Exploring the ‘merit order effect’ The new literature review, prepared for EWEA by energy consultants Pöyry, shows that adding wind energy into the power mix has a significant influence on the resulting price of electricity – the so-called merit order