Driven by policy uncertainty in the United States and the lingering effects of the 2008 financial crash in Europe, the wind power industry declined 20% year on year, in terms of new capacity installations, in 2013, compared to market growth of 18.6% in 2012. It was the first time in 8 years that the industry has installed less in a given year than the year before. Going forward, however, growth prospects in the industry remain strong.
Featuring research director Feng Zhao and senior research analyst Jesse Broehl, along with Michael Ernst, director of regulatory affairs at Tetra Tech, this webinar provides an overview of the state of the wind power industry, including a review of key developments in 2013 plus forecasts for key global markets through 2018. The webinar also examines the underlying policy and market trends that are driving these forecasts. The latest advances in wind turbine technology trends and the status of the global offshore wind market are also covered, along with market share data for the major wind turbine manufacturers.
- Wind turbines
- Wind energy power plants
- Wind and renewable energy policy
- Wind turbine vendor market shares
- Wind turbine technology trends
- Offshore wind energy
What does this webinar answer?
- What was the total installed wind capacity in 2013?
- What were the highlights of key markets in North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Latin America?
- What were the key drivers and challenges in these markets
- What were the market shares of the top ten global wind turbine vendors in 2013?
- What are the latest technological trends in the wind turbine market?
- What are Navigant Research’s wind installation forecasts for 2014-2018 globally?
- What is the status of the global offshore wind market?
- What is the status of the global onshore O&M service market, and how are manufacturers planning to capitalize on this market?
Who needs to attend?
- Wind turbine vendors
- Wind turbine supply chain companies (subcomponent and materials suppliers)
- Renewable energy developers and entrepreneurs
- Electricity utilities
- Electricity transmission & distribution service and hardware providers
- Engineering, Procurement, & Construction (EPC) companies
- Finance and investment community