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Global Wind Energy Market
Date: 2016-07-25

Wind energy is energy from moving air, caused by temperature (and therefore
pressure) differences in the atmosphere.Irradiance from the sun heats up the air,
forcing the air to rise. Conversely, where temperatures fall, a low pressure zone
develops. Winds (i.e. air flows) balance out the differences. Hence, wind energy is
solar energy converted into kinetic energy of moving air.
The countries with the largest cumulative wind energy capacity are China, USA,
Germany and India. Early adopters of wind energy like Denmark, Germany and Spain
have moved into lower growth (less than 10% p.a.) since 2008. In Germany, the onshore market is almost at saturation, and most of the future action will be in re-tooling
end-of-life wind parks. Like the UK, Germany is building off-shore capacity, but
most of that is not yet connected. In Europe, the UK, Turkey, Poland and Sweden
have seen much higher growth, albeit from a much lower base than Germany or
Spain.
Since 2011, China is outstripping all other markets by a significant margin,
commanding more than a third of the world market. The top-5 countries, China, USA,
India, Germany and the UK account for more than 75% of the global demand. It is
still concentrated on a few countries, though many more countries now boast new
installations.

Wind Energy New installed Main Country Region Market Analysis by 2011:

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Global capacity added annually during 2009-2011 has only increased from 37GW
(2009) to 41GW (2011). Much more interesting, however, is the geographic shift of
growth away from the USA and Europe to Asia and South America.
On the whole, expect global capacity added annually during 2015-2019 has increased
from 120GW (2015) to 326GW (2019) at a CAGR of 28.2%. Much more interesting,
however, is the geographic shift of growth away from the USA and Europe to Asia
and South America.
According to survey, the region of Wind energy market share as following:...

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