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World Market Update 2013

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World Market Update 2013


International Wind Energy Development Forecast 2014-2018

The BTM wind report, World Market Update 2013, published by Navigant Research, is the 19th edition of this annual wind energy market report. The report includes more than 70 tables, charts and graphs illustrating global wind market development, as well as an on- and off-shore wind market forecast for 2014-2018 and predictions for the wind market through 2023.

World Market Update 2013 includes a full chapter dedicated to the global onshore wind operation and maintenance market. Research underlying this chapter of the report discloses that more than 314 GW of onshore wind requiring service and maintenance was installed by the end of 2013, representing 98% of global wind turbine installations. At least 100 GW of that total is now out of warranty, with responsibility for operations and maintenance (O&M) falling to the owners. Demand for O&M services from original wind equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and independent service providers (ISPs) is expected to grow at by 40 GW a year from 2013 onward, representing a significant wind power business separate from that of constructing wind farms. Leveraging the BTM-Navigant historical data, a special chapter in this year's World Market Update quantifies the O&M market, estimates its value, describes the choice between OEM and ISP, reviews current onshore O&M strategies, examines contract models and provides an overview of trends and challenges.

Highlights of this report include:

Global installation in 2013 of 36.13 GW
Vestas recaptures the No.1 position after it lost its leading position to GE Wind in 2012.
China regains its title as the world's largest annual market with 16,088 MW of new wind power installed in 2013
Offshore wind grows over 50% annually in 2013 and lines up for steady growth in Europe
Direct drive turbines take 28.1% of the global market even as traditional DFIG regains popularity
Goldwind's GW1.5 MW was the most frequently installed wind turbine in 2013
Wind power will deliver at least 2.87% of the world's electricity in 2014, growing to 7.28% in 2018
Wind power capacity installations in 2014 are expected to rebound with 29.6% growth

*The combo license includes a hard copy of the report plus a PPT on CD.
**The corporate license includes a PDF report, PPT file and a hard copy of the report
1. Preface
2. Executive Summary
3. Introduction
3.1 Methodology
3.2 Sources
3.3 Significant Events in the Wind Industry: 2013
3.3.1 Company News
3.3.2 Selected Political Events
4. Market Development 2013 – Demand Side
4.1 Global Installation Streak Falters in 2013
4.2 Market Status of Wind Power Market by Country by End of 2013
4.2.1 Americas
4.2.2 Europe
4.2.3 South and East Asia
4.2.4 OECD Pacific Region
4.2.5 Rest of the World
4.3 The Offshore Wind Market in 2013
4.4 Overview of Global Wind Turbine Fleet
4.5 The Top 10 Markets in the World
4.6 Commercial MW Technology in the Market
4.6.1 Larger Onshore Wind Turbines
4.6.2 Multi-Megawatt Offshore Wind Turbines
4.6.3 The Direct Drive Concept
5. Market Development 2013 – Supply Side
5.1 Accounting Methodology and Standardization
5.2 China Leads Top 15 and Takes Second Place in 2013 Ranking
5.3 Positives and Negatives in Reliance on Domestic Market
5.4 Trends in the Competitive Market
5.5 Offshore Market Boosts Growth in Sales of Multi-Megawatt-Scale Turbines
6. Wind Power Plant Owners
6.1 Institutional investors Join and Add to Diversification of Wind Asset Ownership
6.2 China and New Markets Hot Spots of Activity as Old Markets Struggle with Economic Recession
6.3 Chinese Utilities Continue to Move up the Top 15 Wind Asset Owners Rankings
6.4 Tough Market Conditions Forced Major Owners to Optimize Assets and Pipeline
6.5 Large Wind Power Investors with Growth Potential
6.6 New Entrants, Cash-Rich Investors Seize Opportunities in Tough Economic Times
7. Forecast and Estimates
7.1 5-Year Market Forecast for 9% Growth to 2018
7.2 Commentary by Country and Regions
7.2.1 American Continent
7.2.2 Europe
7.2.3 Other European Countries with Strong Forecasts through 2018
7.2.4 Asia Pacific
7.2.5 Africa
7.2.6 Central Asia and the Middle East
7.3 Economic Value of Global Wind Market to 2018 Forecast at €343 Billion
7.4 Emerging Markets on Steady Course for Growth
7.5 Offshore Wind Will Make up a Sizable Portion of Global Wind Market by 2018
7.5.1 Offshore Wind Market Outlook by Country: 2014-2018
7.5.2 Challenges Remain in the Offshore Wind Industry for 2014-2023
7.6 Expectations and Predictions for Development: 2019-2023
7.6.1 Trends Supporting the Wind Growth Prediction
7.7 Geopolitical Issues: Slow Progress on Climate Change Policies Limits Drivers for Wind
7.7.1 UN Climate Negotiations and the Kyoto Protocol
7.7.2 European Energy Policy and Regulation
8. Penetration of Wind Power Electricity and Wind Market Structures
8.1 Methodology and Assumptions
8.2 Strong Relative Growth of Wind Contribution to Global Electricity Supply
8.3 Radical Changes to Wind Market Structures Create Climate of Uncertainty
9. Special Theme: Global Onshore Wind Operations and Maintenance Market
9.1 Introduction
9.1.1 Historic Perspective
9.1.2 Current Market Status and Opportunities
9.1.3 Definitions and Terminology
9.1.4 Methodology
9.2 Size of Global Onshore O&M Market and Its Value
9.2.1 Charted Growth and Current Size of Onshore O&M Market: 1995-2013
9.2.2 Segmentation of Global Onshore O&M Market by Wind Turbine Size
9.2.3 Segmentation of Global Onshore O&M Market by Wind Turbine OEM in Selected Size Classes
9.2.4 Projected Growth of Onshore Wind O&M Market: 2013-2023
9.2.5 Value of the Global Market for Wind Turbine Service and Maintenance
9.2.6 Overview of Global O&M Market and Selected Service and Maintenance Providers
9.3 Strategies for Onshore Wind O&M Post Warranty Expiry
9.3.1 Diversity of Owners Requires Flexible Solutions
9.3.2 Reactive, Corrective, Preventive, Predictive
9.3.3 Condition Monitoring and Data Handling
9.3.4 Risk-Based Maintenance and Reliability-Centred Maintenance
9.3.5 Spare Parts and Logistics
9.3.6 Component Upgrades and Refurbishment
9.3.7 Health and Safety
9.4 Onshore Wind O&M Contract Models
9.4.1 Selection of O&M Provider
9.4.2 Warranty Contract
9.4.3 Full Service Contract
9.4.4 Hybrid Contract
9.4.5 Basic Contracts
9.5 Trends and Challenges in Onshore Wind Operations and Maintenance
9.5.1 The ISP Challenge
9.5.2 Bolt-Ons from Entrepreneurial Start-Ups
9.5.3 Advances in Control Systems
9.5.4 More Meaningful SCADA
9.5.5 Coupling of Technical Operation with Commercial Operation
9.5.6 Systemised Knowledge Sharing
9.6 Conclusion: A Market with good Visibility Served by an Industry in its Infancy
10. Appendix A: Profiles of Leading Wind Turbine Manufacturers
11. Appendix B: Profiles of Major Sub-Suppliers
12. Appendix C: Profiles of Major Wind Project Developers/Owners
13. Acronym and Technical Units
14. Table of Contents
15. Table of Charts and Figures
16. Index
17. Sources and Methodology

List of Figures

Top 10 Wind Turbine Suppliers Globally: 2013
Annual Wind Power Development: 2014-2018
Annual and Cumulative Global Wind Energy Development: 1983-2013
Total Installed Wind Power Capacity: End of 2007, 2010, and 2013
Typical Onshore Wind Turbine Development Timeline
Top 10 Suppliers: 2013
Change in Market Share: 2012-2013
Global Footprint of Top 10 Wind Turbine Manufacturers: 2013
Market Share of Major Utilities and IPPs
Cumulative Installed Capacity by Region at the End of 2013 and by 2018
Forecast of Annual Installation: 2014-2018
Expected World Market: 2013-2018
Annual Global Wind Power Development Forecast: 1990-2013 and 2018-2023
Prediction for Cumulative Installed Wind Capacity: 2018 and 2023
Cumulative Wind Power Development to 2023
EUA Emissions Credits (€): 3Q 2010-1Q 2014
Growth of Global Onshore Wind Market for O&M, in Warranty and Off Warranty: 1995-2013
Global Onshore Market for O&M by Wind Turbine Size Class: 1995-2013
Global Onshore Market for O&M by Wind Turbine Size Class: 1995-2013 (Number of Units)
Breakdown of OEMs in the 750 kW to 999 kW Turbine Size Group of the Global O&M Market
Breakdown of OEMs in the 1,301-1,500 kW Turbine Size Group of the Global O&M Market
Breakdown of OEMs in the 1.5 MW to 2.5 MW Turbine Size Group of the Global O&M Market
Growth of Global Onshore Wind Market for O&M, in Warranty and off Warranty: 2013-2023
Projected Value of the Out-of-Warranty Onshore Market for Wind Turbine O&M: 2013-2023
Broad Contract Models for O&M Applicable to Different Periods of a Wind Plant Lifespan
Typical Modules Offered by Service Providers for Flexible Packaging of O&M

List of Tables

Wind Power Development, World Markets: 2013
World Market Growth Rates: 2008-2013
Global Installed Capacity: 2012 and 2013
Installed Capacity, Americas: 2012 and 2013
Installed Capacity, Asia: 2012 and 2013
Installed Capacity, Rest of World: 2012 and 2013
Installed Capacity, Europe: 2012 and 2013
Global Installed Offshore Wind Power: 2012-2013
Global Offshore Wind Test Sites
Global Operating Wind Farms: End of 2013
Offshore Wind Farms under Construction: End of 2013
Wind Turbines Worldwide: End of 2013
Average Size Wind Turbine (kW) Installed: 2008-2013
Average Size Wind Turbine (kW), Cumulative Installation: 2008-2013
Top 10 Markets by Annual Installed MW: End of 2013
10 Largest Markets by Cumulative MW: End of 2013
Growth Rates in the Top 10 Markets: End of 2013
Selected MW Class of Onshore Wind Turbines in the Market
Selected MW Class of Onshore Wind Turbines in the Market (Continued)
Selected MW Class of Offshore Wind Turbines in the Market
Top 10 Suppliers: 2013
Five Next Suppliers in Line: 2013
Leading Suppliers in Top 10 Markets: 2013
Share of Supplied MW by Top 10 Wind Turbine Suppliers
Market Shares: 2011-2013
Wind Turbine Size Classes by Market Share: 2011-2013
Wind Turbine Size Classes by Market Share: 2013
Leading Suppliers in the Four Wind Turbine Size Classes: 2013
Leading Suppliers in the 1.5-Plus Megawatt Size Class: 2013
Leading Suppliers in the Multi-Megawatt Size Class: 2013
Leading Utility and IPP Wind Farm Owner-Operators
Potential Major Wind Farm Owner-Operators/Developers
Forecast for Global Wind Power Development: 2014-2018
Forecast for Wind Power Development, American Continent: 2014-2018
Forecast for Wind Power Development, Asia: 2014-2018
Forecast for Wind Power Development, Rest of World: 2014-2018
Forecast for Wind Power Development, Europe: 2014-2018
Offshore Wind Power Development: 2014-2018
Wind Force 12 Actual Development
Renewable Energy Targets for EU States under the 20% by 2020 Policy
Penetration Rate of Wind Power in Select Countries
Estimate of Electricity from 2013 Wind Power Capacity by Country
Growth of Wind Power Compared to Worldwide Electricity Generation
Contribution of Wind Power to Worldwide Electricity Generation
Wind Incentives in Select Countries
Selected OEMs Offering O&M Services
Selected Independent Service Providers and Specialties
Core Strategy Focus of Different Types of Owner
Disadvantages and Advantages of Different Types of Service Providers

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World Market Update 2013


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