Overview of the Wind Power Market in Central and Eastern Europe

 

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With traditional wind energy markets in Europe getting close to saturation, wind turbine manufacturers and project developers are looking for new frontiers. One such less developed territory lies next to Western Europe and can present sizable opportunities for wind power development in the near future. With an anticipated increase in installed capacity from slightly over 1,500MW in 2009 to over 24,000MW in 2020, the regional hotspots will need equipment, expertise and financial support in order to turn the opportunity into reality. The front runners will include Bulgaria, Poland, Romania and Turkey that are likely to outpace their neighbours. Czech Republic, Estonia and Hungary may also offer some opportunities although of a smaller scale.

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