Asia (excluding China) will more than double its onshore wind capacity, rising from 4.6 gigawatts (GW) in 2018 to 11.6GW by 2028, according to Wood Mackenzie. National power plans to increase the share of renewables, robust power demand growth, and competitive onshore wind costs are driving the market. India is the area leader with more than 15GW of new onshore wind capacity in the pipeline. Are you surprised about the ambitious plans in Asia? Why or why not?
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