Offshore wind energy farms are constructed offshore on continental shelf to harvest wind energy to generate electricity. As offshore winds are comparatively of higher current as compared to land winds, a higher amount of electricity can be generated through these installations.
The growth in this sector can be attributed to the increasing demand for clean and reliable energy in order to reduce the global carbon emissions and to maintain ecological balance by generating electricity through renewable resources. However, high initiating capital cost of the projects with high maintenance cost and logistics issues, can hinder the offshore wind market. Also, high tidal winds and bad weather conditions making it difficult to access the offshore wind farms even for problem rectification and preventive maintenance will restrain the global offshore wind market.
North-America region is expected to grow at the highest CAGR.
The offshore wind market in the Europe region is currently leading and is followed by North-America and Asia-Pacific market. But it is expected that North-America will grow at the highest CAGR, owing to the approval of various offshore wind farm projects in countries such as U.S and Canada, where there has been a substantial investment towards the growth of non-conventional electricity generation. These factors will drive the market for offshore wind market in North American region during the forecast period.
The key players of global offshore wind market are General Electric (U.S.), Siemens (Germany), Vestas Wind Systems A/S (Denmark), Senvion SA (Luxembourg), Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co., Ltd (Korea), Suzlon Group (India), Dong Energy A/S (Denmark), EEW Group (Germany), ENERCON GmbH (Germany) and Goldwind Windenergy GmbH (China).
Major Points of TOC:-
1 Executive Summary
3 Research Methodology
4 Market Dynamics
5 Market Factor Analysis
6 Global Offshore Wind Market, By Components
7 Global Offshore Wind Market, By Location
8 Offshore Wind Market, By Region
9 Competitive Landscape
10 Company Profile
11 List of Tables
12 List of Figures
To be continued…..
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uropean governments and the EU, as a whole, have supported wind projects with favorable incentives as part of their carbon emission reduction goals. The United Kingdom heads the field, with 46% of global installed capacity, in 2015, followed by Germany (30%) and Denmark (11.5%). The European region is currently the leading in offshore wind market, and is followed by North-America and Asia. Currently, China has the largest number of offshore wind energy projects under planning and construction phase, which is followed by Japan and South Korea.