Wind power capacity increased by over 75% last year in Finland according to the Finnish Wind Power Association!
“No other power age can be underlying Finland as fast and as cost-successfully at the present time,” Anni Mikkonen, Chief of the affiliation, said in a proclamation.
Last year Finland raised 427 new turbines with a joined power limit of 2,430 megawatts. The nation currently flaunts 1,393 turbines altogether, which together have a limit of 5,677 megawatts. New wind turbines have moved bigger over the long run, with greater turbines delivering greater power.
Let’s hope other countries also follow Finland and help accelerate the transition to sustainable energy!
Author: Sri Nihal Tammana
Source: Yale Environment 360
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