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Wind Turbine Supply Chain Bottlenecks- The Factors Responsible

Summary

Wind energy has become the world’s fastest growing renewable energy source. Over a period of time, it has transformed as a commercially viable generating technology with more benefits and advantages. Today, over 70 countries around the world contribute to the global wind generating capacity. In terms of economic value, wind energy has now established itself as one of the important entities in the energy markets worldwide. The value of new generating equipment installed worldwide reached around $25 billion in the fiscal year 2007. Currently, the wind industry employs more than 350,000 people worldwide.

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          Bottlenecks- The Factors
          Responsible


                                                                                 Reference Code: GDAE0011VPT
                                                                                 Publication Date: JULY 2008




Alternative Energy Viewpoint                                                  GDAE0011VPT / Published JULY 2008
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1           Table of Contents

1      Table of Contents                                                                                     2

1.1       List of Tables                                                                                      5

1.2       List of Figures                                                                                     6


2      GlobalData Viewpoint                                                                                  7

2.1       Summary                                                                                             7


3      Wind Turbine Supply Chain Bottlenecks- The Factors Responsible                                        8

3.1       Introduction                                                                                        8

3.2       What Led to Supply Chain Difficulties?                                                              8

3.3       Conclusion                                                                                         11


4      Recent Developments                                                                                  12

4.1    Jul 14, 2008: PSE Provides Production Update On Hopkins Ridge And Wild Horse Wind
Facilities                                                                                                   12

4.2   Jul 14, 2008: Great River And Iberdrola Start Construction On 99 MW Elm Creek Wind Power
Project                                                                                        13

4.3       Jul 14, 2008: Puget Wind Facilities Each Reach Million MWh Milestone                               14

4.4   Jul 14, 2008: Great River And Iberdrola Start Construction On 99 MW Elm Creek Wind Power
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