This Insight from Make Consulting provides analysis of eight emerging offshore wind markets in Northern and Eastern Europe. It evaluates the potential of offshore wind through 2027
One turbine trend: The 10+ MW offshore turbines to be introduced over the coming years are stretching the limits of traditional technologies
MAKE’s most recent wind power outlook for Europe expects 161GW of new capacity to be added in the region over the next 10 years making it the second-largest region in the world after China, reaching 302GW of total cumulative capacity by the end of 2026.
MAKE’s 2017 Global Wind Turbine O&M Report is a 70+ page report containing over 140 charts, tables and graphs providing an in-depth analysis of global wind power services market and strategies.
MAKE downgrades its global outlook in Q3 by more than 6 GW, as cuts in the near-term outweigh long-term upgrades.
GE brought suit against Vestas in the U.S. District Court in the Central District of California alleging that Vestas is IP infringement on the infamous “705 patent”, which governs GE’s IP on zero-voltage ride through
The recent global announcements of integrated wind plus storage hybrid systems point to increasing stability in the storage market.
Development of China wind offshore wind resources is accelerating and will add GW-level capacity annually starting in 2018.
More than 47GW of new wind power capacity is expected to be commissioned in Latin America from 2017 to 2026.
This Flash Note analyses the recent momentum gains in the US offshore wind industry and discusses opportunities and challenges that developers face.
MAKE’s global policy database provides an overview of policies and policy developments over the past 6 to 12 months.
Outlook 2017: In the US, the four-year installation window for the latest extension of the production tax credit (PTC) will drive a record ~40GW market from 2017 to 2020.
This Research Note examines some of the most promising bottom-fixed foundation designs that could complement conventional monopile and jacket foundations in the European offshore wind space.
The global wind power industry added 52.4 GW of capacity in 2016, resulting in the second highest year of annual grid-connected capacity trailing only the peak year in 2015.
An operations and maintenance (O&M) strategy is important for a wind-farm owner because of the long-lasting impact it can have on the profitability and efficiency of a wind site’s operations.
A Flash Note from Make Consulting analyses the UK’s fledgling floating wind industry in the wake of the recent announcement by Atlantis Energy that it will cooperate with Ideol to develop 1.5 GW of floating wind in the U.K.
Long-term growth, says the Make Consulting report, is expected to stay strong with a CAGR of 20% from 2016 to 2025 driven mainly by Europe and China.
Repowering methods come in three forms: Traditional repowering, 80-20 repowering, and retrofitting
The Q4/2016 Global Wind Power Market Outlook Update offers a detailed market forecast for more than 50 key and emerging markets for wind power from 2016 to 2025.
MAKE will downgrade its 10-year outlook by 6.5% for new-added installed capacity and