By Adam Johnston
Two recent studies commissioned by Vestas show there is a strong appetite for renewable energy across the globe.
According to the Global Consumer Wind Energy Study put out by TNS Gallup, which gauges consumer tastes on energy, 85% of global respondents want more renewable energy in the market.
The survey also noted 49% of those surveyed would be willing to pay more for renewable energy, while 45% believed climate change is one of the big three challenges facing the globe .
Other responses included that 62% of those asked would buy products from companies who use wind energy, while 74% of consumers would feel more positive if companies used wind as its primary source of energy.
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