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Global Offshore Wind Report 2020

GWEC has today released the second edition of its Global Offshore Wind Report, which provides a comprehensive overview of the offshore wind sector globally with the latest data and analysis on market growth, industry forecasts to 2030 and data-based insights on emerging markets. The report also includes lessons learnt on support schemes, industrial development and job creation, grid connection, cost reduction and supply chain, as well as health and safety to further drive growth of the global offshore wind market.

Market to Watch: APAC remains a strong manufacturing hub for turbine OEMs with record high supply side deliveries

Europe is considered the cradle for modern wind turbine technologies, which explains why European OEMs such as Vestas and Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy are today’s global leaders in wind turbine manufacturing and turbine technology innovation. Although most Asian suppliers have historically relied on turbine technologies licensed from Europe to enter the wind industry, Asia Pacific has now become the world’s largest wind turbine manufacturing hub after a decade of development. In 2019, GWEC saw eight Asian turbine suppliers making the cut in the world’s top fifteen supplier ranking, as per GWEC Market Intelligence’s latest report ‘Supply Side Data 2019’.

The investment environment for renewable energy must be restored to ensure a fair, sustainable and competitive economic recovery in Mexico

POSITION PAPER The investment environment for renewable energy must be restored to ensure a fair, sustainable and competitive economic recovery in Mexico Download the Paper English Spanish Renewable energy is driving electrification of economies across the globe and supporting the creation of a cleaner, more sustainable and inclusive energy system. Mexico has set a target …

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