SIR - It's not surprising that David Chubb of the lobby group RenewablesUK, formerly the British Wind Energy Association, is pleased with the pro-active approach of past and present Welsh governments to his industry (Wind resources, letters, August 17).
What does BWEA stand for?
BWEA stands for British Wind Energy Association
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After all, there aren't any organisations less informative or more opaque than the renewable energy industry and their PR arm, the British Wind Energy Association.
Reacting to the report Alex Murley of the British Wind Energy Association said.
Maria McCaffery Chief Executive, British Wind Energy Association
British Wind Energy Association chief executive Maria McCaffery said: "Wind energy is leading the renewables revolution in the UK, and the DTI's new dynamic map will be an excellent source of information for all renewable energy enthusiasts.
The British Wind Energy Association (BWEA) said 6,000 megawatts of wind power capacity will have been installed.
The British Wind Energy Association claims that unless planning processes are speeded up the UK runs the risk of not meeting the 2010 10% renewable energy target.
2 million), the British Wind Energy Association estimates, the UK could build 117 500-MW windfarms -- more than 16 times the power for 1/60th the cost.