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Key Players: Top Wind Turbine OEM 2016 Activity 5.1 Introduction 5.1.1 Profiles of the Top 10 Wind Turbine Suppliers in 2016 5.1.1.1 Vestas in 2016 5.1.1.2 GE Energy in 2016 5.1.1.3 Goldwind in 2016 5.1.1.4 Gamesa in 2016 5.1.1.5 Enercon in 2016 5.1.1.6 Siemens in 2016 5.1.1.7 Nordex in 2016 5.1.1.8 Envision in 2016 5.1.1.9 Ming Yang in 2016 5.1.1.10 United Power in 2016 5.1.2 Profiles of Notable Turbine OEMs Outside the Top 10 in 2016 5.1.2.1 CSIC Haizhuang in 2016 5.1.2.2 Senvion in 2016 5.1.2.3 Suzlon in 2016 5.1.2.4 Re Gen Powertech in 2016 5.1.2.5 Vensys in 2016 5.1.2.6 Leitwind in 2016 6. Wind Power Market Forecast 6.1 Overview 6.1.1 Conditions and Issues in the Wind Industry 6.1.2 Wind Power Market Models 6.2 Wind Power Market Forecast: 2017-2021 6.2.1 Wind Power Forecast and Analysis, the Americas: 2017-2021 6.2.1.1 PTC Phaseout 6.2.1.2 Wind Power Forecast and Analysis, United States: 2022-2026 6.2.1.3 Rest of the Americas 6.2.2 Wind Power Forecast and Analysis, Europe: 2017-2021 6.2.3 Wind Power Forecast and Analysis, Asia: 2017-2021 6.2.4 Wind Power Forecast and Analysis, Rest of World: 2017-2021 6.2.5 Offshore Wind Power Forecast and Analysis, World Markets: 2017-2021 6.3 Conclusions 7. Federal Reserve (the Fed) is picking up the pace of hiking and trade-war threats are increasing.

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The global downturn in 2016 was largely due to less capacity installed in China, which resulted in a significant shake-up in the rankings of the world’s top 10 wind turbine suppliers.

Other major markets, including the United States, India, and Europe, showed consistent and stable deployments.

This Navigant Research report includes more than 100 tables and charts illustrating the development of the global wind power market.

The study examines changes that occurred in the wind power sector during 2016 and provides forecasts for 2017-2021, as well as an outlook through 2026.

Policy, incentives, and other drivers are detailed for all relevant country markets, in addition to analyses of key drivers and barriers for each market that informs the report forecasts. Executive Summary 1.1 Overview 1.2 Key Highlights 1.3 Significant Changes in the Top Wind Turbine Supplier Rankings 2.

Market Issues: Demand Side 2.1 Methodology 2.2 Global Wind Installations in 2016 2.2.1 The Americas 2.2.2 Europe 2.2.3 Asia 2.2.4 Rest of World 2.3 The Top 10 Wind Power Markets in the World in 2016 2.4 The Offshore Wind Market in 2016 2.4.1 Offshore Wind Turbine OEM Market Shares 3.

Country-level analyses provide a description of key policy drivers, installations, market share figures for turbine vendor installation activity, and market assessments and forecasts.

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