World Energy Outlook: Organization DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the organization World Energy Outlook related to Wind Power. This organization may have appeared in articles supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this organization as appearing in content suggesting contextual association with Wind Power.

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All Media Count   359
News Count (W/Clustered)   291 (81.06%)
Distinct Stories   256
Blog Count   64 (17.83%)
Tweet Count   3 (0.84%)
Shared Tweet Count   3
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   2.03
Combined Polarization   6.68
Combined Activity   0.67
Combined Personalization   0.67
News Tone   1.95
Blog Tone   2.31
Tweet Tone   3.53
First Seen   5/4/2009
Last Seen   11/26/2013
News/Social Ratio  81.06%
Attention/Loyalty  239 / 2981 days (8.02%)


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Category Breakdown
Articles mentioning this organization fall into the following system categories:

5.92% (21)
3.10% (11)
67.04% (238)
86.20% (306)

Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles mentioning this organization: (Click on any country to view its profile) [Help]

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Outlet Location Countries
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Related People

The following names occur in articles mentioning this organization:

Fatih Birol   11.14% (40)
Barack Obama   8.08% (29)
Latin America   7.24% (26)
Steve Sawyer   6.41% (23)
Nobuo Tanaka   5.29% (19)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles mentioning this organization:

World Energy Outlook   98.89% (355)
International Energy Agency   84.40% (303)
European Union   15.60% (56)
Global Wind Energy Council   11.42% (41)
Greenpeace   10.58% (38)

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Related Worldwide Cities

The following cities worldwide occur in articles mentioning this organization:

Copenhagen, KAvn*, Denmark   14.21% (51)
London, London, City Of, United Kingdom   10.86% (39)
Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan   8.91% (32)
Beijing, Beijing, China   8.08% (29)
North Sea, Oceans (General), Oceans   6.13% (22)

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Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles mentioning this organization:
China   8.08% (204)
United States   8.08% (196)
Germany   8.08% (139)
India   8.08% (113)
Japan   8.08% (104)

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Related Global Regions

The following regions worldwide occur in articles mentioning this organization:

KAvn*, Denmark   14.21% (51)
London, City Of, United Kingdom   10.86% (39)
Kyoto, Japan   9.19% (33)
United Kingdom (General), United Kingdom   8.91% (32)
Beijing, China   8.08% (29)

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Related US States

The following US states occur in articles mentioning this organization:

California, United States   15.04% (54)
Texas, United States   12.26% (44)
New York, United States   11.42% (41)
Washington, United States   10.31% (37)
District Of Columbia, United States   8.08% (29)

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Outlet Location Countries
This organization is mentioned in articles from outlets in these countries:
United States   8.08% (107)
Scotland   8.08% (31)
Australia   8.08% (13)
Canada   8.08% (11)
Ireland   8.08% (5)

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The following Twitterers tweet links about this organization

wind_power_home   0.28% (1)[Profile]
WindEnergyPower   0.28% (1)[Profile]
stovedude   0.28% (1)[Profile]
Carydc   0.28% (1)[Profile]
cpaaustralia   0.28% (1)[Profile]

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Top News Outlets

This organization tends to be mentioned in articles from the following news outlets:

Evwind.Es   4.18% (15)
Renewableenergyworld.Com   3.90% (14)
Energybulletin.Net   2.23% (8)
Guardian.Co.Uk   1.67% (6)
Theoildrum.Com   1.67% (6)

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Top Blogs

This organization tends to be mentioned in articles from the following blogs:

Eolicenergynews.Org   1.11% (4)
Commoditiesbrokeronline.Com   0.56% (2)
Merrypython.Com   0.56% (2)
Ecofriendlymag.Com   0.56% (2)
Newenergynews.Blogspot.Com   0.56% (2)

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News Articles

All 291 news articles:


Inside Chinas Desperate Effort To Control Pollution -- Before Its Too Late | ThinkProgress

...... of economic and environmental concerns , in this case not only domestically , but internationally , as well According to the International Energy Agency recently released World Energy Outlook report , current projections show that energy-related carbon dioxide emissions will rise percent by Setting the world on a trajectory consistent with a long-term average temperature ......

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Tone: 2.16%
Pol: 9.00%
Act: 22.33%
Per: 0.16%
Que: 4.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Supermajors 'worst climate offenders'

...... be necessary to meet demand towards - and that would necessitate exploitation of new fields However , the IEA chief economist Fatih Birol , presenting the agency World Energy Outlook last week , said relatively high-priced gas supplies to Europe - a key market for Statoil - would face stiff competition in future from cheaper coal and subsidised renewables Cheaper gas supplies ......

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Tone: -0.14%
Pol: 3.50%
Act: 20.45%
Per: 0.56%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Green China? It Leads the World in Adding Renewable Electricity - Businessweek

...... is on course to set an example for the rest of the planet on the use of energy from renewable sources over the next quarter-century According to the Paris-based agency World Energy Outlook , China will add more electricity generating capacity from renewable sources by than the US , Europe , and Japan combined Hydro power and wind power will be the two main sources of China ......

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Tone: 0.60%
Pol: 5.36%
Act: 19.25%
Per: 0.40%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Latin America's oil rush means more climate change

...... ocean Such deep-sea deposits would allow Brazil to account for one-third of the growth in global oil supply to , the International Energy Agency said in its World Energy Outlook , released Tuesday Thanks for reading TucsonSentinel com Tell your friends to follow us on Facebook and Twitter the country total potential pre-salt reserves are estimated at between ......

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Tone: -0.17%
Pol: 7.08%
Act: 19.38%
Per: 1.18%
Que: 2.22%
Exc: 4.44%

Brazil Headed Towards an Energy Revolution

...... in Warsaw Brazil will play a major role in quenching the developing world growing thirst for oil , says the International Energy Agency IEA edition of the World Energy Outlook This edition of the report looks to the year and projects that the biggest future consumers of oil and gas will be India and countries in Southeast Asia and the Middle East While low-carbo ......

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Tone: 2.20%
Pol: 5.77%
Act: 20.13%
Per: 0.84%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

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Blog Posts

All 64 blog posts:


IEA: Shale Boom is Only Temporary , We'll Soon be Relying on the Middle East Again « naked capitalism

...... its latest World Energy Outlook report , stated that shale oil will only be a temporary trend , and very soon the world will return to rely on the Middle East for its oil the World Energy Outlook admitted that shale had transformed the global oil industry , and that the light tight oil produced was helping to usher in a new abundance of oil High oil prices will drive further exploration and ......

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Tone: 0.22%
Pol: 6.01%
Act: 23.83%
Per: 1.34%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Watts Up, Vaclav? -- My critique of Vaclav Smil - GetRealList

...... half was from wind , while solar contributed just percent Yet by those sources accounted for percent of electricity generation , according to the IEA World Energy Outlook , where wind accounted for percent and PV accounted for percent When data is released , it will likely show that these renewables now contribute more than percent ......

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Tone: 1.86%
Pol: 8.04%
Act: 20.20%
Per: 0.71%
Que: 11.83%
Exc: 1.08%

Downloads The 2006-2011 World Outlook for Turbines, Turbine Generators, and Turbine Generator Sets (Jul 21, 2005) book - Peonywxyke's blog

...... Renewable Energy Limited is the most important number in the worldit what sc wind turbines all over the world Texas was the world largest wind farm at As per World Energy Outlook , Top Wind Turbine Manufacturing Companies - Scribd the requirement for high capacity turbine generators for power Wind power in Texas - Wikipedia , the free encyclopedia the modular ......

(319 words by
Tone: 1.21%
Pol: 3.02%
Act: 21.45%
Per: 1.21%
Que: 4.17%
Exc: 0.00%

Fewer new wind turbines for world in 2013 | Eco News

...... minor amounts , which had great leverage and paled into insignificance by comparison with fossil fuel subsidies the Paris-based International Energy Agency World Energy Outlook said fossil fuel subsidies were six times higher than subsidies to renewables ......

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Tone: 2.39%
Pol: 9.09%
Act: 25.36%
Per: 0.24%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

s.a.g.a.: Guest-Blogger Stefan Henningsson on Buzzwords and Going 100% Renewable

...... least two thirds of existing fossil fuel reserves need to stay underground if we are to succeed in combating climate change you can read it in the International Energy Agency World Energy Outlook report , which sits on the shelves of Energy Ministers around the globe We also know that a shift to fossil gas infrastructure has the potential to reduce emissions somewhat in the short-ter ......

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Tone: 4.03%
Pol: 5.45%
Act: 22.99%
Per: 3.08%
Que: 12.50%
Exc: 6.25%

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All 3 tweets:
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...Read our blog on managing the risks to the stability of electricity supply associated with solar and wind power

(23 words)
(05/24/2011 at 10:25:02 pm)
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Tone: 4.35%
Pol: 4.35%
Act: 21.74%
Per: 4.35%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%


...Electricity generated by wind power may raise temperatures and costs - Tucson Citizen

(16 words)
(03/17/2010 at 4:21:29 pm)
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Tone: 6.25%
Pol: 6.25%
Act: 37.50%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%


...Related Content - Renewable energies such as wind power, solar energy, hydropower and biomass can pl...

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(02/26/2010 at 06:34:42 am)
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Tone: 0.00%
Pol: 0.00%
Act: 23.81%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

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