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8. What is the share of wind energy in global electricity consumption?

By the end of 2014, the installed capacity of wind energy in the world was close to 370 (GW), which represented 5% of the world’s electricity consumption. Already at that time more than 80 countries used it. Denmark generates more than 25% of its electricity needs with wind energy. In Spain, in 2014, wind energy contributed with about 20% of electricity consumption. Europe is the region with the largest number of wind turbines. The cost of each unit is around two million dollars.

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