The Eastern Europe chooses the wind power

An Ewea study explains how the nations of Eastern Europe are focusing on wind energy: they will be the subjects that will boost the sector. The news is reported by the ANSA agency: the goal of these countries is to reach the power of 16 GW in 2020 compared to the current 6.4 GW. In this way the wind power will provide electricity to 9 million households.
The challenge regards the legislation, especially in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Bulgaria, while Poland and Romania have doubled in a year the wind energy potential.

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