With industry integration, 22,893 wind turbines were supplied in 2019: GWEC

"In previous year 2019, total 22, 893 wind turbines were globally installed" published in 2nd edition of GWEC (Global Wind Energy Council) in "Side Analysis 2019".

These turbines came from 33 suppliers, accounting for 63 GW.

According to GWEC, this was a new supply-side record in terms of capacity for the industry.

The report stated that Windus Wind Systems, a wind turbine manufacturer that accounted for 18% of all wind turbines installed in 2019, retained its place as the top supplier last year. According to an analysis by GWEC, the company managed to stay on top, primarily because of its global diversification strategy with installations in more than 40 countries.

In May, Vestas revealed that in the first quarter of 2020, the company showed a year-over-year growth of 29% compared to € 1.73 billion (~ $ 1.88 billion) to € 2.235 billion (~ $ 2.42 billion). Generated revenue. In the same period last year.

Meanwhile, Siemens Games Renewable Energy (15.7%) moved up one place to finish second. The supplier doubled its offshore wind installations in 2019 and expanded its geographic coverage.

China's Goldwind (13.2%) dropped from second place to third, even as the company increased its annual installation by 19% in 2019.

The GWEC report also states that out of the top 15 wind turbine suppliers in 2019, there are 10 installed offshore wind turbines last year. These installations are attributed to almost all installations (99.9%) of the record 6.1 GW of installed wind energy capacity in 2019.

The report states, "Last year also, for the first time we saw pure offshore wind supplier MHI Vestas, breaking the global top 15, demonstrating the increasingly important role that the offshore industry plays to drive wind power development Used to be."

GE Renewable Energy and Envision finished fourth and fifth respectively. Similarly, Mingyang and Nordex Exgiona moved up one place to sixth and seventh respectively.

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Germany-based Enercon fell two places to eighth. The report noted that the company's decline in position is primarily due to a "significant decline in installation in its domestic market".

Meanwhile, it was good news for Windy, as it entered the top 10 for the first time as the supplier doubled its installations in China, moving up four places and finishing ninth.

Global Wind Energy Council CEO Ben Backwell said that, they are continuously consolidating market globally for suppliers of turbine, with the decreasing number of suppliers from 37 in 2019 to 33 in 2018.

But at that running time, top six vendors of turbines grown up there share collectively from 70 percent in the year 2018 to 72 percent in the year 2019

Within this competitive landscape, the current trends are of favorable companies that shift from evolving into overall systems and solution providers to allow for greater market diversification. "

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