MAKE introduces free Weekly Briefings on recently launched mobile app

Curious about the latest calls for tenders, new government policies or renewable power plant projects? Keeping up with all relevant renewables industry developments has just gotten a lot easier. On MAKE’s recently launched mobile app, users can find a wrap up of the latest renewable energy news each week. The MAKE app also makes research products accessible offline, anywhere and anytime. Read the latest Weekly Briefings free of charge on the app (link to 

Recent industry development and analyses

NEA requires key wind provinces in China to stop connecting projects in 2017

The Chinese National Energy Administration NEA has stopped six northern provinces from approving new projects or connecting wind energy projects to the grid this year. The move follows an overproduction of power leading to substandard wind utilization hours in 2016. MAKE’s 2017 outlook for grid-connected capacity in China remains unchanged for now, but the warning might mean an overall downside for the market. Find the free Flash Note on MAKE’s website:

The wind sector might finally be taking off in Colombia

Colombia’s energy regulator CREG has given new hope to the wind sector with the release of its long awaited renewable energy regulation framework. The wind sector in the country has long lagged behind its neighboring countries in Latin America in wind power production, delaying project execution despite its great resource potential. MAKE expects the new document to pave the way for real market movement in the following few months. Read MAKE’s free analyst commentary on the website:

Senvion and Nordex acquisitions present opportunities, but also great challenges

The year has started off with two big acquisitions on the European wind power market. Nordex Group purchased Danish blade designer and manufacturer SSP Technology in February, in order to keep up pace with industry leaders Vestas, GE and Siemens/Gamesa. Senvion joined in finalizing no less than two acquisitions, of rotor blade developer EUROS Group and Indian turbine OEM Kenersys. Read up about the developments in two Flash Notes on MAKE’s website:

Interesting developments globally in Yunnan, Saudi Arabia, the US, Germany, the UK and France

From China to the US, there have been major developments all over the global renewable sector. Saudi Arabia finally launched their first renewable tender awarding 700MW of capacity while Germany is preparing its first offshore tender. The undisputed offshore leader UK will make use of their floating wind potential post-Brexit and France has announced its first onshore wind tender plan. Six Flash Notes sum up all events in detail on MAKE’s website:

Upcoming publications

Wind Power Market Outlook Update Q1/2017

Looking at the effects of Trump’s agenda on market dynamics as well as impacts of the auction cancellation in Brazil or the Chinese market’s adjustment to lower FIT levels, MAKE’S upcoming Market Outlook Update will forecast wind power potential in more than 50 key and emerging markets from 2017 to 2026. Significant market dynamics and trends that impact global wind power growth will be analysed, including wind turbine order intake and latest wind turbine pricing trends.

Offshore Technology Research Note

An in-depth Research Note will analyse technology trends in the offshore sector and provide market forecasts from 2017 to 2026. Focusing on the development of fixed-bottom foundations, the report looks at options for offshore wind projects moving further from shore. Other technology trends such as continuously evolving crew transportation and rising SOVs create implications will also be analysed, the latter making the future of floatels uncertain.

Wind Turbine OEM Market Share Research Note

Get the full insight into global turbine OEM rankings in 2016 with the upcoming Wind Turbine OEM Market Share Research Note. The note will compare all global markets, analysing implications and dynamics affecting the changes in global OEM market share in major wind markets. Graphs, illustrations and tables will show rankings and turbine OEM positioning for both onshore and offshore as well as a global cumulative ranking and a global ranking excluding Chinese turbine OEMs.

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