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India is Going to Increase Wind Energy Capacity to 20 GW by the Year 2025
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India is Going to Increase Wind Energy Capacity to 20 GW by the Year 2025

India’s Wind Energy market outlook has been released by the Global Wind Energy Council. As per the released report, India owns 10.3 GW of wind energy pipelines in the Central and State market. These pipelines will be installed till 2023. In the recent report, it is highlighted that India will install more wind energy of 20 GW capacity by 2021-25.

About GWEC (Global Wind Energy Council)

The Global Wind Energy Council was established and came into existence in 2005. At the international level, it provides a credible and representative forum for the sector of wind energy. This council has a mission to ensure that wind power is established in the world as the source of leading energy and it is also providing several economic and environmental benefits. As per the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), even though there may be some temporary difficulties in the supply chain, international wind markets are constantly growing strongly. European Union is the biggest and leading wind energy market that has a bigger installed capacity of energy around 48 GW.

The Capacity of India Wind Power

In India, the wind power generation capacity has increased in current times. Till February 2021, India has a total 38 GW capacity of wind power that is the fourth largest wind power capacity worldwide. Now, it has been spread across the Southern, Northern, and Western regions. In India, the cost of wind power is rapidly decreasing. In India, the levelized tariff of wind power was Rs 2.43 per kWh in 2017, and now it has increased to ₹2.77 per kWh till March 2021.

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