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The Wind Power Story Part VI: The Globalizers

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Learn about the history of wind power in under 2 minutes! Part VI in the series of wind energy videos created as a companion to my book The Wind Power Story (2019, Wiley-IEEE Press). Watch this video to understand the important role that Spain, India, and China played in expanding wind power across the globe.

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Matt Chester on Mar 1, 2021

I think in many ways, you might consider that we're still in the stage of globalizers as offshore / floating wind is still making its way around the world and isn't yet fully entrenched. The U.S., as one example, is starting to lean on those in Europe who've first deployed such wind and looking to leverage that expertise when first installing the turbines stateside

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