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List of wind turbine manufacturers

This is a list of notable wind turbine manufacturers and business that manufacture major wind turbine components.

Top manufacturers

The top wind turbine manufacturers by annual market share in 2012, according to a report by Navigant Research pr. 2012:[1]

Country Name of Company Delivered MW 2011 Delivered MW 2012 Delivered MW 2013 Totally installed GW pr 2013 Market share in 2012 Market share in 2013
United States GE Energy 3,170 1800 TBA 15.5% 4.9%
Denmark Vestas 5,217 6,039 4,862 60.2 14.0% 13.2%
Germany/Denmark Siemens Wind Power 2,591 3700 TBA 9.5% 8%
Germany Enercon 3,203 2900 32,9 8.2% 10.2%
India Suzlon Group 3,116 2700 24+ 7.4% * 6.3%
Spain Gamesa 3,308 2,119 1,953 28,8 6,1% 4.6%
China Goldwind 3,584 2,520 4,100 TBA 6,0% 10.3%
China China Guodian Corporation 3,042 2,030 1,480 TBA 4.7%
China Sinovel 2,945 1,200 900 TBA 3.2%
China Ming Yang 1,500 1,130 1,270 TBA 2.7% 3.7%
  • = (inc Suzlon Energy, India and Senvion, Germany)

Alphabetical list

Multibrid 5000 Prototype, north of Bremerhaven (Germany)
Wakamatsu wind farm, Kitakyushu, (Japan)

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.navigantresearch.com/wp-assets/uploads/2013/03/WWMU-13-Executive-Summary.pdf
  2. ^ "富士重工業、風力発電システム事業を日立に事業譲渡". Mynavi News. March 30, 2012. 
  3. ^ "Wen says China set for five more fat years of growth". Reuters. 

External links

  • Alphabetical list of Wind turbines manufacturers
  • Directory of Wind Turbine Manufacturers in the USA
  • Alphabetical list of small Wind turbines manufacturers
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