The global wind turbine supply chain faces substantial challenges, as the scale of the market has increased in terms of the size of the components being produced and their volume. This report can be purchased individually – even if you do not currently subscribe to any of our subscription packages.
- Market demand is forecast to increase by 82% from 2010 to 2020
- Most Western OEMs are shifting supply away from the United States and Northern Europe
- Competition is expected to remain fierce because added volume is not expected to result in supply chain expansion
MAKE’s Global Wind Power Supply Chain Report 2016 is a 93-page report containing 115 charts, tables and graphs providing in-depth analysis of the 10 critical components employed in wind turbines. The report evaluates key trends and market dynamics affecting component procurement. MAKE analyses critical metrics demonstrating key dynamics of the global supply chain including supply capacity, trade flow, client/supplier relationships and production footprints. MAKE presents its insight into potential movements and evolving component procurement strategies.
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