Clean, reliable and predictable

Wind power is a clean, emissions-free power-generation technology. In 2011, the global wind power market rose 6 percent to 41 gigawatts, according to the Global Wind Energy Council. The long-term technical potential of wind energy is believed to be five times the total current global energy production, or 40 times current electricity demand.

One of the most important economic benefits of wind power is that it can reduce an economy's exposure to fuel-price volatility. While all regions that rely on fossil fuels are exposed to the risk of volatile and unpredictable fuel prices, regions such as island nations that have no indigenous fossil-fuel sources and must import all petroleum products are at significantly greater risk. For those regions, wind energy can not only reduce energy costs and carbon emissions but also create a reliable electricity supply.

Wind energy projects provide buyers an opportunity to sign long-term power-purchasing contracts with fixed or largely predictable, general price level indexed prices. Variable costs are low, and most ownership and operating costs are known in advance with great certainty.

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