Demand for Wind Power could outstrip supply under new Climate Deal
Demand for new wind power could far outstrip supply under a new global climate deal, the founder of Suzlon, Asia's largest wind turbine maker, said this week, calling for new manufacturers to help industry to fill orders. Wind power could help meet up to 65 percent of the emissions reductions pledged so far by developed nations, according to the Global Wind Energy Council. Tulsi Tanti, chairman of India's Suzlon Energy said that without a new climate deal in copenhagen, wind power is still forecast to supply some 20 percent of global energy by 2030. With a deal, he said that that could grow to 30 percent.