The 200+ page report is the fourth and most comprehensive Supply Chain Assessment report ever from Navigant’s BTM Consult team. The report includes review of more than 500 companies in the wind energy supply chain including analysis of capacity, future plans, and the emergence of new facilities.
International Wind Energy Development – Supply Chain Assessment 2012-2015 assesses more than 300 suppliers of eight key components (blades, gearboxes, electric generators, bearings, power converters, transformers, towers, pitch systems and balance of plant – offshore) and more than 200 suppliers of five groups of key materials (castings, forgings, reinforcement fibers, resins and rare earth materials).
This report covers:
All major components including blades, gearboxes, generators, bearings, power converters, transformers, and tower and pitch systems
Key materials including castings, forgings, reinforcement fibers, resins and Rare-earth metals
The overwhelming capacity in China’s supply chain and the resulting supply chain consolidations
The fast growing offshore segment and its huge challenges
The fierce competition caused by the over-capacity within many key areas
The latest supply chain strategies from the world’s Top-10 turbine OEMs as a response to slumping demand
International Wind Energy Development – Supply Chain Assessment 2012 -2015 can be purchased by clicking here or visiting www.navigant.com/supplychainreport. For additional information about the report, please contact Per Krogsgaard at firstname.lastname@example.org or + 45 97 32 52 99.
Founded in 1986, Denmark]based BTM Consult is a premier forecaster and data source for the international wind energy sector. Since 1996 BTM Consult has annually published the highly regarded International Wind Energy Development World Market Update, in addition to several other recurring globally]focused wind market reports, including its first release of the Offshore Wind Report in 2010. On December 20, 2010, BTM Consult became part of Navigant’s global Energy practice.