11 Apr '11, 3pm

Installed Wind Power Capacity per Capita (Country Comparisons)

Again, what stands out? The same thing as when comparing installed wind power capacity to GDP. While countries like Germany and Spain that are near the top in total wind power capacity still stay near the top, some more populated countries fall quite a bit (i.e. China, the US, India, France) while a number of smaller countries surge to the top (i.e. Denmark, Portugal, Ireland, Sweden, the Netherlands). Interestingly, Australia rises quite a bit as well.

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2011/04/11/installed-wind-power-...

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