Features and Benefits
* Obtain a top-level view of the performance of the global wind energy industry over the 2005-2014 period, and its 2010 segmentation by media type
* Discover the hotspots: the countries that have the most rapidly-growing wind energymarkets, and those that currently have the largest wind energy markets
* Contextualize the wind energy market with relevant country statistics summarized for each hotspot country
* Inform decision making about market entry and investment by seeing at a glance growth drivers and risk factors for media in each hotspot country
* Identify potential competitors, partners, or clients by viewing the top eight global wind energy companies present in the hotspot markets
The wind energy market is measured in this report as annual consumption of electricity generated as wind energy. The US had the most lucrative wind energy industry in 2010, with a value of $8,317 m. Spain had the second-largest market, with a 2010 value of $6,330 m.
In 2010 – considering only the wind energy companies with the largest global revenues – General Electric had the highest net income, earning $11,344m. Sinovel Wind Group was in second place with net income of $425m.
Key questions answered
* How has the global wind energy market performed during the past five years?
* Which country currently has the most lucrative wind energy market?
* In which country has the wind energy market grown most rapidly during the past five years?
* Which wind energy company is the largest in terms of its global revenues?
GLOBAL WIND ENERGY HOTSPOTS
The global economy 2006-15
THE GLOBAL WIND ENERGY INDUSTRY
Global market performance
Hotels & motels segmentation
The hotspots: Czech Republic, China, Brazil, Mexico, France
Leading companies in the global wind energy industry