With a growing focus on clean and renewable energy, wind turbines are being constructed as an alternative to traditional coal-burning power plants. The following two reports explore the global wind turbine market, revealing current and future scenarios.
Wind turbines are used to produce electric power while minimizing the environmental effects. Featuring either two or three blades, wind gusts turn the turbines, which subsequently spins a generator; thus, creating electricity.
While wind turbines are used by dozens of countries of throughout the world, Denmark has become a leader of the technology. Statistics show that Denmark generates nearly half of its electric power from wind turbines.
The 2017 Global Wind Turbine Blade Industry Depth Research report by The Market Reports is an industry-leading report of the global wind turbine market. Within this report, you'll find information such as consumption, supply and demand, price, cost, revenue, trends and more.
While it covers the entire global region, the report focuses heavily on regions in which wind turbines are commonly used, including Europe, North America, China and Japan, each of which is scrutinized in great detail.
So, where is the global wind turbine market headed from here? Only time will tell; however, market analysts provide future insight into the market in this report, revealing prospective scenarios through 2022. Being that usage and applications of wind turbines have gradually increased over the past decade, it's safe to assume the market will steadily grow in the years to come.
For a more detailed analysis of future prospective scenarios, including compound annual growth rate (CAGR), however, you'll need to check out this report.
Some of the key wind turbine vendors profiled in this report include Lm Wind Power, Vestas, Enercon, Tecsis, Gamesa, Suzlon, Tpi Composites, Siemens, Carbon Rotec, Acciona, Inox Wind, Zhongfu Lianzhong, Avic, Sinoma and others.
The 2017 Global Small Wind Turbines Industry Research report by The Market Reports is a second comprehensive study of the global wind turbine market, though it focuses specifically on small turbines The Canadian Wind Energy Association defines small wind turbine as being any turbine that generates between 1000 Watt and 300 kW of power. Small wind turbines such as this are often used to power boats, caravans, refrigerators and more.
Based on industry research and insight from leading professionals, it provides an in-depth analysis of the global small wind turbine market, revealing the market's size, development trends, operations, classifications, applications, definitions, chain structure and more. Furthermore, the report explores the market's import and export consumption, supply and demand, cost, revenue, price and gross margins.
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