This is a report published by the United Nations Development Program.
Is it enough to have a good source of winds the basic requisite for the implementation of a good program of wind energy? Not at all, says this report from the United Nations.
Experience shows that good wind resources are not on their own sufficient to ensure strong wind energy development and reductions of the cost of wind energy. Even fair pricing is not necessarily enough. Only countries that have set up an adequate enabling environment and long-term stable comprehensive public policies, with strong political commitment, have succeeded in developing wind power. Their policies have been focused, not only on reducing costs and improving revenues to increase profitability, but also on reducing risks.
That is, a long-term government policy is needed for any country in the way of implementing wind-energy power extraction.
Maybe this is one of the reasons why more than 75 percent of the global installed capacity is found in just five countries.
Going further, this UN commission states that in order to be successful in each country, wind energy policies should:
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