Tue Aug 7th, 2007 at 09:42:45 AM EST
According to a Ernst and Young Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (Links to a pdf)
summary page here
I don;t think I am in the position to have a serious opinion on this, but it is interesting both that the US comes out on top - understandably due to its size, but apparently also due to recent legislation and that they are going along with Jeromes mantra: Windenergy will stay on growth.
one last quote for the way...
The Long-term Indices are forward looking
and take a long-term view, hence the UK's high
ranking in the Wind Index, explained by the
large amount of unexploited wind resource,
strong offshore regime, and attractive tariffs
available under the ROCs system.