WORLDWIDE: Gobal turbine orders continued at a pace, outstripping other project activities with almost 2.2GW of new deals in the month.
WORLDWIDE: October's global project activity remains low compared to October 2014, despite projections of record annual capacity additions by the year end.
WORLDWIDE: The total capacity of global turbine deals in September has rebounded to 1.1GW after a disappointing August, which saw totals fall to under a 1GW for the first time this year.
WORLDWIDE: Global project activity recovered in September compared to the year's low of August, with all regions except Latin America seeing an upturn in operations.
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WORLDWIDE: The total MW of global turbine deals agreed in August totalled just 803MW, a significant drop on July's contracts, according to Windpower Intelligence, the data and research division of Windpower Monthly.
WORLDWIDE: For a second month running, global activity on project progress fell with a 35% reduction in August compared to the year high in June, and a 31% fall year-on-year.
WORLDWIDE: The total capacity of turbine deals fell 36% in July compared to June, with Europe again taking the largest share. The region's manufacturers also dominated the global market.
WORLDWIDE: Activity was down globally in July compared with June as the strong start to the year comes to an end.
WORLDWIDE: Some of the world's biggest turbine manufacturers are limping back to health with a vote of confidence from the stock markets, according Windpower Monthly's Windicator.
Although 3GW of new capacity has been added since our last report, there are now signs of a slowdown in the rate of worldwide growth.
The wind power industry's miserable start to 2010 continued into the second quarter as a slew of weak earnings figures meant that stocks continued to haemorrhage value.
Global wind power capacity will more than treble to 58,000 MW within five years -- and it will increase to 145,000 MW by 2010. The projection for the decade represents an eightfold growth in capacity, but even then wind will only provide 1.78% of the predicted world electric energy output in ten years' time. These are just some of the many conclusions reached by Danish company BTM Consult in its latest World Market Update, the fifth in an annual series on international wind energy development.