14 September 2018
Visiongain’s new 198-page report Offshore Wind Power Market Report 2018-2028: CAPEX Forecasts by Components (Turbine, Foundation, Installations, Others), Contract Details of Planned Projects (Name, Capacity MW, Year) & Operational Projects (Name, Owner, Cost $m, Location, Year, Capacity MW, Turbine Capacity & Manufacturer, Average Depth (m), Distance to Shore (km), Foundation Type Plus Profiles of Leading Companies and Leading National Markets Forecasts & Analysis indicates that the offshore wind market will see capital expenditure (CAPEX) of $24,448m in 2018.
The lead analyst of the report said: "With the costs of the key components of the offshore wind industry declining, a need to replace existing capacity with low emissions sources, increasing turbine sizes and innovative new foundation designs, the potential for offshore wind is attracting more investment than ever before. Offshore wind presents an attractive option to meet climate change commitments in an increasingly competitive manner.
The global offshore wind market has entered into a period of unprecedented growth, driven by climate change commitments and a need to replace existing power capacity, as well as technological advances in the size of turbines and foundation designs. The rate of growth is expected to continue throughout the forecast period as Europe continues its support for offshore wind in the shallow North Sea and Baltic Sea and the market spreads to the Americas and East Asia."
The report contains 134 tables, charts and graphs that add visual analysis in order to explain developing trends within the offshore wind market. Visiongain provides annual CAPEX forecasts and analysis for the period 2018-2028 for the global market, as well as a CAPEX for the four main components (foundations, turbines, installation services and others). The report also includes market forecasts and analysis for 11 leading national markets plus the rest of the world (Belgium, China, Poland, Taiwan, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, France, India, UK, USA).
A companies’ chapter provides detailed analysis and outlooks for the leading ten companies in the offshore wind power market. The Offshore Wind Market 2018-2028 report will be of value to existing and potential stakeholders and investors in the offshore wind industry. It will be useful for anyone seeking an understanding of key market dynamics, the outlook of different national markets and subsectors, as well as insight into patterns of innovation and deployment.
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