The wind energy market continues to mature as onshore turbines pursue evolutionary technology, while dramatic technology shifts remain focused on offshore turbines. Turbines have grown larger, more productive, cost-effective and reliable due to technology investments.
- The 10+ MW turbines that will be introduced over the coming years are stretching the limits of traditional technologies
- Offshore wind defines the innovation horizon, as the most radical technological approaches continue to be applied to this segment
- Policy uncertainty in the US and onshore Europe have dramatically reduced new products targeting these regions
MAKE’s Global Wind Turbine Trends 2016 is a 61-page report containing 115 charts, tables and graphs providing in-depth analysis of global wind turbine trends. Key topics covered include Levelized Cost of Electricity reduction methods, blade growth strategies, rotor control systems, drivetrain architecture strategies, power converter utilization and concepts for growing towers to higher hub heights. MAKE offers its trusted expertise in analyzing the industry’s latest technology trends and its insight into the implications for the global wind power market. For the full overview: https://goo.gl/UZgEZA
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