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Wind power in Central and Eastern Europe will become a significant source of electricity production by 2020 and Turkey's wind power generation capacity will grow even faster - provided there is a stable legal framework in each country.

The European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) has published a new report, 'Eastern Winds', analysing the emerging wind power markets in Central and Eastern European countries, plus Turkey, Ukraine and Russia. Twelve newer EU Member States in Central and Eastern Europe plan to increase wind power capacity from the 6.4GW installed at end of 2012 to 16GW by 2020. Turkey wants to increase wind power capacity from its current 2.3GW to 20GW by 2023. Poland and Romania almost doubled their annual installed wind power capacity in 2012. At the end of 2012, Poland had 2.5GW, Romania 1.9GW and Bulgaria 0.7GW of wind power capacity installed.
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