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The UK is likely to retain its position as world leader in installed offshore wind capacity over the next few years, but will face challenges from the US and China as the technology becomes more attractive in markets beyond western Europe, according to new analysis.
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has won a turbine order with local power producer Xinjiang TBEA for a project in northwest China in a rare deal for western OEMs in the world's largest wind market.
State-owned energy firm State Power Investment Corporation (Spic) awarded the full 6GW of subsidy-free capacity to local suppliers, leaving out western OEMs entirely.
CHINA Wind target for 2015 of a total 100GW of grid-connected capacity has, by some calculations, been met already.
CHINA: The most capacity was installed in 2014 after a difficult 2013. The country's developers also seem to have resumed plans to push beyond home borders.
SWEDEN: Dongfang Electric has shipped four 2.5MW turbine to the port of Skelleftea, Sweden, to be installed at the Blaiken wind farm in the north of the country.