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    Wind Power Generation Industry Profile

    Report Page Length: 10-12
    Last Quarterly Update: 11/23/2020
    SIC Codes: 4911
    NAICS Codes: 221115
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    Excerpt from Wind Power Generation Industry Profile

    Companies in this industry operate power generation facilities that use turbines to convert wind into electricity. Major companies include US-based Berkshire Hathaway Energy, Invenergy, NextEra Energy, and Pattern Energy, as well as EDP Renováveis and IBERDROLA Renewables (both based in Spain), EDF (France), and EON Climate & Renewables (Germany).

    The value of the world's wind energy market is about $100 billion, according to Navigant Research. Global wind turbine capacity totals about 650 gigawatts (GW). Major sources of new wind farm development include China, the US, Germany, the United Kingdom, India, Brazil, and France. Emerging markets, primarily in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, represent new development opportunities for global wind power generators.

    The US wind power generation industry includes about 500 establishments (single-location companies and units of multi-location companies) that operate varying numbers of wind turbine farms and have combined annual revenue of about $8 billion.

    COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

    Demand for wind power generation is driven by public support for alternative, nonpolluting renewable energy production methods, along with government incentives that encourage the production and use of renewable energy. Profitability of individual companies depends on strategically locating wind farms in geographies with sufficient wind conditions and access to electric transmission facilities. Large companies often have other energy holdings (such as traditional electricity generation plants and energy distribution operations), enjoy economies of scale in equipment purchasing, and can serve a broader geographic area. Small companies ...

     
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