China held the largest market share of the total global wind power markets, in terms of annual additions and was the global leader in both the manufacture and deployment of wind turbines in 2015. It had an annual installed capacity of 23.0 GW, amounting to 39.7% of the total global annual capacity additions, and was followed by the US and Germany. Brazil, India, Canada and the UK also installed significant amounts of wind power, with more than 1 GW each. The major business strategies, adopted by the global manufacturers, for long-term market sustainability include investments in research and development to expand existing product portfolios to meet changing market needs; capacity expansions; and setting up manufacturing units across regions to cater to local demand.
GlobalData’s latest Wind Turbine Market, Update 2015 – Market Size, Average Price, Market Share and Key Country Analysis to 2020 report gives detailed information on the current wind turbine market, focusing on key regions and countries, as well as covering the global scenario. The report analyzes the annual market size, average turbine price, average turbine size and market share of the wind turbine manufacturers for the 12 key countries in the market.
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