Future Material Needs for the Global Wind Energy Market: 2009-2014

30 Nov 2010 • by Natalie Aster

Texas, USA – Lucintel believes there is enormous opportunity for suppliers of composite materials in the fabrication of wind blades and other wind turbine components now and in the future.

The research “Future Material Needs for the Global Wind Energy Market: 2009-2014” by Lucintel provides an understanding of the future property, performance and processing requirements for materials used in blades and other wind turbine components from the viewpoint of major turbine manufacturers, as well as the key strategic opportunities and players within this sector.

Report Details:

Future Material Needs for the Global Wind Energy Market: 2009-2014

Published: June 2009
Pages: 157
Price: USD 8,000

Report Sample Abstract:

As larger turbines are built and installed in more difficult environments, there is an overriding requirement to reduce blade weight, putting more emphasis on the need for stronger and lighter materials, improved blade design, and more efficient processing. Consequently, there will be a need for improved properties and/or performance from current and/or alternative materials used.

Finally, to make wind energy more competitive with other power generation technologies, cost reductions are necessary, all the way from raw materials through fabrication, assembly, installation and operation.

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More information can be found in the report “Future Material Needs for the Global Wind Energy Market : 2009-2014” by Lucintel.

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