As an active colleague in the air pollution control and monitoring technology sector working to ensure that your company and its technologies are best understood, we would like to invite you to become a member of ICAC and contribute to the conversation by sharing your expertise through our technical divisions. ICAC provides its members with the opportunity to engage in key industry issues through participation in ICAC Divisions. Divisions are led by specific regulatory drivers and are grouped by the most relevant industry topics affecting our member companies technologies.
Although the wind power industry was affected by the global financial crisis in 2009 and 2010, GWEC predicts that the installed capacity of wind power will be GW by the end of 2020  and 4,042 GW by end of 2050.  The increased commissioning of wind power is being accompanied by record low prices for forthcoming renewable electric power. In some cases, wind onshore is already the cheapest electric power generation option and costs are continuing to decline. The contracted prices for wind onshore for the next few years are now as low as 30 USD/MWh.