One resource, many prospects
The energy generation cost by megawatt/hour of wind energy as plummeted over the last years: wind is a limitless resource and widely available throughout the planet.
The wind energy sector employs about 1.2 million workers. The demand for skilled workers is on the rise: by 2030 over 18 million new jobs will be created worldwide by the green economy.
A second life
The average lifespan of windfarms stands between 20 and 25 years: once the infrastructure is decommissioned, many parts may be successfully recycled to guarantee a new life for its components.
Frequently asked questions on wind energy
By 2050 more than a third of the world’s energy will come from wind. Wind technology doesn’t only make a vital contribution to the fight against climate change, but it also supports local economies by creating jobs and helping the communities that host wind farms. Here are the answers to any questions you might have about this renewable source of energy.