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At present, the promotion of "two alternatives" and the formation of an energy structure centered on clean energy and electricity has determined the key role of power technology in future energy development. Its core is to continuously improve the development efficiency and economy of clean energy. The key areas include wind power, solar power, marine power and distributed power technologies. These technological breakthroughs are the source of power for building a global energy Internet and are very important to promote clean and low-carbon development of global energy development.
At present, the development of wind power technology is relatively mature. The annual wind power generation amounted to about 640 billion kilowatt hours, accounting for less than 3% of the global total energy consumption. According to the requirements for controlling carbon emissions, the proportion of wind power is expected to increase to 30% around 2050, and the annual power generation can reach 22 trillion kilowatt hours, with great development potential. In the next 40 years, wind power technology will make further breakthroughs. With the advancement of technology, the cost of power generation is expected to drop by more than 50%, which will provide more economical and clean energy for human beings. Since the 21st century, with the innovation and development of power electronics, materials, and control technologies, wind power installed capacity and efficiency have increased significantly, and the scale of commercial applications has continued to expand. The development of wind power technology will further improve wind energy utilization efficiency and reduce costs. According to the current research and development progress, wind power technology is expected to fully mature around 2030, becoming an important power technology to support the construction of the global energy Internet.
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