Enercon not only improved its market share of installed wind capacity in Germany in 1996, but also widened the gap to Tacke Windtechnik in second place. According to the Deutsches Windenergie-Institut (DEWI), Enercon accounted for nearly one third of wind turbine sales in Germany in 1996. Tacke's performed less well in 1996 than the year before and now has Vestas hard on its heels instead of Micon, which dropped to fifth place behind AN Maschinenbau (Bonus). Jacobs Energie is a new entry in the top ten, displacing Hanseatische. A total of 428 MW of wind plant was installed in Germany in 1996 compared with 505 MW in 1995.