2017-08-16
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    SEMIKRON International GmbH
    ... the SKiiP systems have been established since many years in the wind market. Worldwide the power converters of SEMIKRON guarantee an optimal flow of energy through the decentralized generation of energy with wind. According to a survey carried out by BTM Consult ApS, the total wind power capacity installed until 2009 was 122 Gigawatt. 57 Gigawatt comprises power semiconductors from Semikron. ...

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    WIS - Wind energy Information System
    ... customers an edge in the international wind market by allowing them to work even more professional and create faster and more informative reports. Key...

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  • Vestas secures 99 MW order in China 08/14/2017
    ... and wind energy offerings are driving”, said Kebao Yang, President of Vestas China. Vestas pioneered the Chinese wind market in 1986 and has since then installed more than 5.2 GW of wind turbines in China. ...
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    WWEA and KWEIA work together to boost Korean wind market 08/11/2017
    ...WWEA and KWEIA work together to boost Korean wind market WWEA and KWEIA join forces to promote wind energy in Korea The World Wind Energy Association WWEA and the Korean Wind Energy Industry Association KWEIA have signed an agreement to boost the Korean wind market WWEA and KWEIA have signed an agreement which includes joint research on which success factors are important in order to boost the onshore and offshore wind market in Korea. WWEA, KWEIA, Korea, wind market, onshore, offshore For this purpose, several leading markets will be analyzed in order to identify which policies are good for the promotion of wind power and for the accelerated deployment of wind farms. The conclusions of the research will serve as guidance for the Korean government in order to take the necessary decisions for a faster growth of wind power in the country.  The Republic of Korea has so far only played a marginal role in the global wind sector, both in terms of domestic installations as well as in industrial capacities. However, now the country is facing a fundamental shift in its energy policies, after the election of President Moon earlier this year. The country has already switched off several coal power stations and will prepare a plan to phase out nuclear power as well. In accordance with switching off polluting energy sources, the country will accelerate the deployment of renewable energy, including wind power which will have to play an important role in the future power supply.  Stefan Gsänger, WWEA Secretary General: “We are delighted that we can assist our Korean colleagues and the Korean government in building up a strong domestic wind sector. Experience from other, leading wind markets can well serve as guidance on which way the country should go for. We believe that a clear focus on a 100% renewable energy supply will not only be good for the environment but it will strengthen the country’s economy and improve economic prospects of urban and rural communities in Korea.”  Prof. Choong-Yul Son, Chairman of the Subcommittee of KWEIA and WWEA Vice President: “Today, the Korean wind market offers new opportunities, and we are pleased that with the support of WWEA and its international expertise we can build the wind industry of our country. Both onshore and offshore wind farm investment will be scaled up in the coming year, and the mid-term target is an installed capacity of 15 GW. To achieve this, we will learn from other countries who have already reached such milestone.”    ...
  • Asia Pacific (excl. China) Wind Power Outlook 2017 07/22/2017
    ...Asia Pacific (excl. China) Wind Power Outlook 2017 What's going on in the Asian wind market beside Chinese domination? MAKE gives an outlook for Asia... Pacific India will remain the dominant market in APeC, but other major wind markets such as Japan and Australia will gain momentum over the next 10 years Wind power capacity added in Asia Pacific excluding China (APeC) in 2016 amounted to 4.8GW. Annual capacity is expected to increase by more than 30% in 2017 YoY due primarily to market dynamics in India and Australia. More than 72GW of new capacity will be added in APeC over the next 10 years making it one of the largest sub-regions in the world to reach 111GW of total cumulative capacity. Developers in India rushed to complete projects before the Accelerated Depreciation scheme was reduced in value and expiration of the Generation Based Incentive at the end of March. Following the results of the first national wind power auction, India will shift to an auction instead of reliance on state feed-in tariffs. Wind auctions at the national level as well as by individual states should support around 3-5GW of annual growth sustained across the next decade. The Australian market is experiencing a resurgence in wind power development activity as developers rush to take advantage of high prices for renewable energy certificates. However, there remains no national renewable energy target post-2020 and the government is currently reviewing policy recommendations for a potential replacement. This has not stopped state governments from seeking to fulfil ambitious local renewable energy targets, which will continue to drive demand in the short- to medium-term. A national long-term solution is required if Australia is to fulfil its full potential.  Growth in Japan is expected as more than 10GW of planned projects are slowly passing the lengthy Environmental Impact Assessment period, which can take up to five years to complete. Electricity market reforms and a reassessment of existing policies to accelerate growth are currently under consideration by the central government. Combined with growth in offshore wind development, long-term growth prospects in Japan are positive.  Growth in other more emerging markets in APeC provides a boost to the region. Emerging markets in Southeast Asia are taking advantage of developments in low wind speed technology to support onshore growth. Offshore wind power growth in South Korea and Taiwan, with a combined national offshore target of more than 5GW within the next 10 years, will also contribute to new capacity added in the region. Efforts are underway to develop the local supply chain and infrastructure to support growth in these markets, and government planners are increasingly viewing wind power as a key source of energy. ...
  • Westwoood Insight: Will Trump’s presidency dampen US offshore wind prospects? 07/18/2017
    ... Global Energy Group’s (WGEG’s) World Offshore Wind Market Forecast 2017-2026 paints an encouraging picture for the US offshore wind...
  • Euskalforging awarded the supply of 16 foundation flanges for Albatros offshore wind farm project 07/11/2017
    ... and reinforces its technological leadership and project execution capabilities in the offshore wind market after participating in more than 35 offshore wind farms in the last few years. ...
  • A2SEA acquired by GeoSea 07/10/2017
    ... their position in the offshore wind market. However, owning A2SEA is no longer within the scope of their core businesses, and therefore...
  • 2017 China Wind Power Outlook 06/29/2017
    ... capacity additions in the short-term will decrease due to the depressed wind market in the traditional wind provinces in the Northeast and Northwest sub-regions. The NEA published the wind warning mechanism in January 2017 and assigned a red warning to provinces with severe curtailment. Nearly all the provinces that received red warnings are located in the Northeast and Northwest sub-regions. The level of curtailment in certain provinces is very high and will be difficult to decrease it to an acceptable level in the short-term. Therefore, wind growth in 2017 and 2017 will be concentrated in the few provinces in the Northern region with low levels of curtailment and in provinces in the Southern region with good wind resources and very little curtailment. Development of China’s offshore wind resources is accelerating and will add GW-level capacity annually starting in 2018. Cumulative grid-connected offshore capacity will reach 26GW by the end of 2026, representing a CAGR of nearly 24% over 10 years. Most coastal provinces have set ambitious offshore targets in their respective local Thirteenth Five-Year Plans, and IPPs are becoming more active in offshore investment. The National Energy Administration (NEA) set the wind power grid-connected capacity target at 210GW and the wind power generation target at 420TWh by the end of 2020 in the Thirteenth Five-Year Plan for Wind Power published in November 2016. The NEA also introduced a green certification system to support the non-hydro RPS target by 2020. Capacity growth is no longer a government priority, with focus turning to the wind power generation target and to reducing the curtailment of wind power. The NEA has reduced the onshore wind feed-in tariff (FIT) levels in three consecutive years from 2014 to 2016 to lighten the burden of subsidy funding for renewable energy. The government will publish at least two to three additional reductions to the onshore wind FIT level before 2023. Therefore, MAKE expects wind power to reach grid parity with high on-grid coal prices in certain provinces by the end of the 10-year outlook. MAKE’s China Wind Power Outlook 2017 is a 50+ page report containing 60+ charts, tables and graphs providing in-depth analysis of the wind power market in China. The report studies the key drivers and barriers for new wind power installations in China with a focus on specific national and sub-regional markets. The analysis focuses on macro conditions, regulatory frameworks as well as a 10-year market outlook and three forecast scenarios (bull, base and bear) Market models are illustrated, demonstrating the critical forces that are shaping demand for new wind power generation assets. ...
  • Goldwind International and DNV GL sign MOU for optimizing offshore and onshore wind projects 06/23/2017
    ... platform to support international wind market operations DNV GL, Goldwind, China, offshore, onshore, development DNV GL, the world’s largest...
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    GE Renewable Energy Selected to Provide 66 MW of Wind Power with 22 units for Japan’s Akita Region 06/23/2017
    ..., President Akita-Katagami Wind Farm LLS and Venti Japan Inc. and Akita Katagami. “GE’s expertise in global wind market would be valuable for Venti as we are working for indispensable projects one after another to further establish more competitive wind power business in Japan” GE is establishing itself as an important provider of wind turbines in Japan with more than 400 turbines installed and under construction in the country to date. Construction of the Akita Katagami Wind Farm has begun in April 2017, and commercial operation will begin in May 2020. The service and maintenance agreement also includes digital solution proposals over the course of the contract. Note: The maximum output per unit is limited to 3MW in Akita Katagami wind farm. ...
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    Dawning East - More and More Countries Switch to Renewable Energies 06/23/2017
    .... Turbines from Lagerwey are set to boost the Russian wind market (Picture: Lagerwey) The big brother as an example? If Russia actually invests...
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Events

  • Substructures for UK Offshore Wind 01/09/2017
    ... viability and project experience focusing solely on the UK market. Through identifying the future situation of the UK Offshore wind market we hope...
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    Brazil Windpower 2017 01/06/2017
    ...During the 2016 edition, it showcased more than 110 national and international exhibitors, bringing together the main players from the wind market onto the two floors of the SulAmérica Convention Center in Rio de Janeiro.  The event incorporated a two and a half day conference featuring expert speakers who addressed policy, market, finance and technical issues, as well as a 2-day parallel conference, dedicated to Operations and Maintenance. ...

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