Ten percent of the world’s electricity could come from wind by 2020, up from just 0.15 percent today, if governments make development of wind capacity a priority, according to a new report released by Greenpeace International, the European Wind Energy Association, and the Denmark-based Forum for Energy and Development. Wind power grew by an average of 40 percent worldwide between 1994 and 1998, and last year it was the fastest growing energy source in the world, according to the report. Using wind to supply 10 percent of the world’s power would create 1.7 million jobs, the groups say. Their report urges governments to end subsidies for fossil fuels and nuclear power and establish firm targets for wind power development.