Impressive claim, pity it doesn’t include such things as reliability and stability…
Since 2005 the global capacity of installed wind power has quadrupled, due to a variety of factors such as improved technology, large scale investment, and incentive programs designed to encourage industry growth.
According to the Worldwatch Institute, in 2011 the global installed capacity increased by 21 percent on the previous year, with China alone accounting for 43 percent of total installations, the US for 17 percent, India seven percent, and Germany five percent.
Whilst installing by far the largest capacity of wind power, China is having difficulty using all of that capacity. Due to an old, in-efficient energy transport grid, much of the electricity produced cannot be used.
Mark Konold, the Worldwatch Climate and Energy Program Manager said that “because of grid connection challenges and other issues, China is struggling to use all of the electricity generated by its turbines.”