World of Wind Energy will soon be meeting in Rimini to Discuss Acceleration of Wind Power Deployment Worldwide during the 20th World Wind Energy Conference

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Rimini/Bonn/Roma, 15 June 2022 – The world has substantially accelerated wind power deployment, with more than 100 Gigawatt being installed worldwide in 2021. Climate change and the latest geopolitical crises have underlined the need to accelerate these deployment rates, together with other renewables and complementary technologies, such as storage. 
The end of June, wind energy experts from around the world will meet in Rimini (Italy) in order to develop further strategies on how to install wind farms even faster – be it onshore or as offshore installations in the sea. 
Hon. Peter Rae AO, WWEA President: “Today, we celebrate the tremendous success and achievements of the wind industry around the world. A milestone was achieved in 2021, with for the first time more than 100 Gigawatt of new installations within one year. We are very much looking forward to discussing the next steps of how to accelerate and further upscale wind power during our WWEC2022 in two weeks in Rimini.” 
Practitioners and decision makers from leading wind companies will meet policymakers, scientists as well as civil society representatives in order to discuss and develop further the wind power strategy – with a special focus on offshore wind power in the mediterranean sea. 

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