As of Fall 2015, consulting and wind power insight provider, MAKE, has added a Chinese website to its online presence. The website has been launched in order for MAKE to serve its growing client base in the Chinese wind power market, in which the company has been present since 2007.
China is expected to add more than 240GW of new grid-connected wind power over the next 10 years, which accounts for approximately 40% of new global capacity. The overall attractiveness of China’s wind industry stands out considerably on the world stage with strong regulatory support for wind and renewables, a huge order backlog and substantial planned grid investments.
“We hope that the new website can strengthen our collaboration with audiences throughout the Chinese market. We are very dedicated to cater to this segment to the best of our abilities, including offering our insights in the local language” says founder and CEO of MAKE, Morten B. Keller.
MAKE is a leading source of insight into the wind power industry with extensive knowledge of local markets, powerful databases, and a global team of industry experts. By strategically targeting its global and local efforts, MAKE has, for the last 10 years, proven accuracy in connecting the dots in a dynamic and rapidly developing business and accelerating results for their clients.
In celebration of the new website, MAKE has released two free Flash Notes available in English as well as Mandarin:
- “China Braces for Consecutive Record Growth in 2015”
- “APeC to Constitute 17% of New Global Wind Capacity by 2024”
The Flash Notes are available for download in English and in Mandarin by signing up for free research feeds on the MAKE website.