Wood Mackenzie: Global wind turbine supply chain could hit $600 billion annually by 2028 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Smart Energy:The global wind turbine supply chain is expected to generate up to $600 billion per annum between 2020 and 2028, according to a new study released by Wood Mackenzie.Despite the COVID-19 pandemic which is pressing near-term hurdles for the wind energy industry, the market is expected to record 8% growth during the forecast period compared to 2019.The study states that U.S. PTC phaseout post-2020 will spur demand for nearly 5,000 wind towers in 2020, compelling turbine OEMs to increase tower imports into the U.S. despite anti-dumping duties.Wood Mackenzie says higher average turbine prices and a 20% growth in offshore demand reflect a 37% uptick in supply chain potential, representing a cumulative value of $222 billion by 2028. Strategic capital components, such as blades and towers, present a $25 billion cumulative opportunity by themselves.Shashi Barla, a principal analyst with Wood Mackenzie, said: “A rush in installation activity has caused a shortage of blades and bearings. The coronavirus has jeopardised approximately 10-15% of production volumes in China, Spain and Italy. However, Chinese companies resumed production in early March, resulting in a downgrade of only 3GW for 2020 installations.More: Annual revenue for global wind turbine supply chain to hit $600bn
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Cigar aficionados traveling and vacationing on the Pacific coast now have a new option. Popular cigar lounge 9°N Escazú recently opened a new location at Los Sueños in Playa Herradura, on the central Pacific coast.The lounge offers guests a selection of Cuban cigars, including Romeo y Julieta, Bolivar, Trinidad, Cohiba, Montecristo, Partagas, H. Upman and more. Each month, 9°N offers a specially priced Cuban cigar of the month. 9°N Los Sueños is located behind Scotia Bank in Los Sueños Marina. Store hours are 11 a.m.-7 p.m. every day, except Tuesday, when the lounge is closed. For more, see www.9n.cr, call 2637-6297, or visit 9°N’s Escazú location, at el Cortijo Mall, Local #6, in Los Laureles, Escazú. Facebook Comments No related posts.