Future of Wind Energy
International climate and environmental experts agree that the atmosphere of our planet is warming up and that we are running short of resources. Furthermore, all power stations built in the 60s or 70s will soon have to be replaced. Political and economical requirements have changed dramatically since those stations were built; global environmental problems can no longer be ignored.
International environmental treaties, such as the Kyoto Protocol, establish legally binding commitments for the reduction of greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere. Industrialised countries agreed to reduce their collective GHG (greenhouse gas) emissions. International, standardised applications for renewable energies, regardless of national regulations or climate conditions, are more and more likely to be put into place. The wind energy industry’s future looks optimistic..