End notes

1 Global Potential for Wind Energy, A.J.M. van Wijk, J.P. Coelingh and W.C. Turkenburg, Proceedings of Amsterdam EWEC'91. The figures in

Table 11.1 are taken from Windforce 12, a study published by the European Wind Energy Association and Greenpeace in 2002.

2 IEA World Energy Outlook 2000, quoted in Windforce 12, a study by the European Wind Energy Association and Greenpeace published in 2002.

3 Windforce 12, a study by the European Wind Energy Association and Greenpeace published in 2002. The figures appear to be taken from University of Utrecht Study by Wijk and Coelingh, published in 1993.

4 Gridded State Maps of Wind Electric Potential, M.N. Schwartz, D.L. Elliott and G.L. Gower, presented at the 1992 American Wind Energy Association's Conference in Seattle.

5 Technical Offshore Wind Energy Potential Around the Globe, R. Leutz, T. Ackermann, A. Suzuki, A. Akisawa, T. Kashiwagi, Proceedings of European Wind Energy Conference, Copenhagen (July 2002).

6 European Wind Energy Association.

7 European Wind Energy Association, Windforce 12 report for Greenpeace, 2002.

8 Externalities of Fuel Cycles Extern E Report. Report No 10: National Implementation. DGXII, Joule, published by European Commission in 1998.

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