In-Depth Evaluation and Development Forecast of Wind Power Generation Market in China, 2014-2018

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In 2013, the installed capacity of global wind power reached 318.137GW. And the top five of the installed capacity in the world in sequence are China, America, Germany, Spain and India. In the past five years (from 2009 to 2013), the size of global wind power generation market has expanded by nearly 200GW.

After two consecutive years’ industrial adjustment, the wind power generation has stepped into an ordered development track under the powerful policy intervention. In 2013, the newly increased installed capacity of wind power was 16.10 million KW, increasing by 24% compared that of 2012, which was 12.96 million KW. By now, China’s accumulated installed capacity of wind power has exceeded 90 million KW, reaching 91.4242 million KW.

By the end of 2013, the total volume of wind power generation projects, which has acquired national approval but still haven’t constructed, reached 56.6659 million KW. These projects will be put into construction in 2014, which the Twelfth “Five Year Plan” will be finished as well as in 2015. If calculated according to the average tender price of China’s wind power generation projects which is CNY 3900/KW, the 56.6659 million KW newly increased installed capacity will trigger equipments demand of more than CNY 220 billion in the next two years.

Table of Contents for Report "In-Depth Evaluation and Development Forecast of Wind Power Generation Market in China, 2014-2018"

Table Of Contents

1. Development Overview of Wind Power Generation Industry
1.1 Overview of Wind Power Generation Industry
1.1.1 Overview
1.1.2 Products Classification
1.2 Prospect of wind Power Application
1.2.1 Demand of Alleviating Energy Crisis & Environmental Protection
1.2.2 Low Investment Risk

2. Development Overview of Global Wind Power Generation Industry
2.1 Development Status
2.2 Competition Characteristics
2.2.1 Aggravation of Trade Protectionism, Especially Barriers Set up for Export Products of China
2.2.2 Intense Movements of Merger, Recombination, and Acquisition among Wind Power Generation Equipment Manufacturing Enterprises
2.2.3 Wind Power Turbine Generator Manufacture Embracing Grid-Friendly Technology
2.2.4 New Methods of Competition: Customization & Excellent After-Sale Service
2.3 Development Trend of Global Wind Power Industry
2.3.1 Diversification of Cooperation Models: Abundant Contents & Various Participation Methods
2.3.2 Wind Farm as the Main Form of Onshore Wind Power Generation in Short Term
2.3.3 Wind Power Collaborations Favor Offshore Wind Power Generation

3. Environment Analysis on Wind Power Generation in China
3.1 Macro Economic Development Environment in China
3.2 Industrial Policy Development Environment in China
3.3 Technology Environment of Wind Power in China
3.3.1 Gaps of Major Wind Power Technology between China and Internationals
3.3.2 Medium and Small-sized Wind Power Technology & Wind and Solar Complementary Technology Being in a leading position of the Internationals
3.3.3 Advantages of Wind Energy and Solar Energy Being Integrated by Wind and Solar Complementary Technology

4. Development Overview of Wind Power Generation Market in China
4.1 Development History
4.2 Development Status
4.2.1 Status of Wind Power Generation Equipment Manufacture in China
4.2.2 Status of Wind Power Operation
4.3 Development Analysis on Offshore Wind Power Generation in China
4.4 Gaps of Wind Power Generation between China and Overseas
4.4.1 Abandoning of Wind Energy and Limiting Power Generation & Inefficient Power Disposition of Wind Farm
4.4.2 Unsatisfied Quality of China-Made Wind Turbine Generator
4.4.3 Lower Price Competition in China-Made Wind Turbine Generator Market
4.4.4 Gaps of Design of Wind Turbine Generator between China and Overseas
4.4.5 Gaps of Vital Parts of Wind Turbine Generator between China and Overseas

5. Competition Landscape of Wind Power Generation Industry, 2012-2013
5.1 Competition Characteristics of Wind Power Generation Industry in 2012
5.1.1 Improvement of Wind Power Generation Profitability Attracts More Enterprises Participate in
5.1.2 Diversification of Competition

6. Data of Export & Import of Wind Power Generation Market
6.1 Data of Export & Import, 2011-2013
6.2 Data of Export Destinations & Import Sources in 2013
6.2.1 Import and Export of Wind Turbine Generator in 2013
6.2.2 Import and Export of Parts of Wind Turbine Generator in 2013

7. Key Enterprises of Wind Power Generation Industry in China
7.1 Goldwind Science & Technology Co., Ltd
7.1.1 Company Profile
7.1.2 Major Business
7.1.3 Competitive Edge
7.1.4 Business Performance
7.1.5 Future Development Strategy
7.2 Sinovel Wind Group Co., Ltd
7.2.1 Company Profile
7.2.2 Competitive Edge
7.2.3 Business Performance
7.2.4 Future Development Strategy
7.3 Xiangtan Electric Manufacturing Group Co., Ltd
7.3.1 Company Profile
7.3.2 Major Business
7.3.3 Competitive Edge
7.3.4 Business Performance
7.3.5 Development Strategy
7.4 China Longyuan Power Group Co., Ltd
7.4.1 Company Profile
7.4.2 Major Business
7.4.3 Business Performance
7.5 GD Power Development Co., Ltd
7.5.1 Company Profile
7.5.2 Major Business
7.5.3 Operation Performance
7.5.4 Development Strategy

8. Investment and Development Trend of Wind Power Generation Industry
8.1 Investment Opportunities
8.1.1 Abundant Wind Energy in China
8.1.2 Extending of the Grid Utilization in China
8.1.3 Overcoming of the Problem of Wind Energy Abandoning
8.1.4 Favorable Policies
8.2 Investment Risks
8.2.1 Risk of the Changing of Relevant Policies for Wind Power Generation Industry in China
8.2.2 Risk of the Changing of Cleaner Development Mechanism
8.2.3 Risk of Grid-Connected Project
8.3 Accession Barriers of Wind Power Generation Industry
8.3.1 Policy Barrier
8.3.2 Technology Barrier
8.3.3 Capital Barrier
8.3.4 Talents Barrier
8.4 Development Trend of Wind Power Generation Industry
8.4.1 Higher the Proportion of China-Made Technological Equipments
8.4.2 Encountering Industrial Shuffle and Integration
8.4.3 Developing Large Wind Turbine Generator System
8.4.4 Combining Centralized Development and Distributed Development & Encouraging the latter
8.4.5 Combining Onshore and Offshore Development & Giving Priority to the Former

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