Analyzing the Wind Power Industry in China

Date: June 22, 2011
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Analyzing the Wind Power Industry in China
China’s rapid economic growth and heavy reliance on increasingly expensive foreign oil, the vast environmental toll that is one of the most apparent costs of China's economic success, persistent rural poverty in China and periodic power shortages all have impressed upon the Chinese government that renewable energy must be a large part of China's economy if China is to both complete its economic transformation and achieve "energy security". China rapidly has moved along the path of renewable energy development.

In the near-term China plans to develop 120000 MW’s of renewable energy by the year 2020; this would account for 12% of China’s total installed energy producing capacity. China's growth target for renewable energy production will require an investment of approximately 800 billion Yuan (~US$100 billion) by 2020.

At the end of 2007, wind power in China accounted for less than one per cent of electricity production in the country, with an installed capacity of just over 6 gigawatts (GW). China is the fifth largest producer of wind power, after Germany, the United States, Spain, and India.

Installed capacity of wind power in China increased 1040 MW or 82.5% from the end of 2005 to the end of 2006. Of the total of 80 wind farms presently operating in China, the China Longyuan Electric Power Group Corp. operates 32 wind farms in China; these 32 wind farms have 952 wind turbines that cumulatively have installed capacity of 780MW, or approximately 30% of total wind generating capacity in China.

Aruvian's R'search presents its research report – Analyzing the Wind Power Industry in China – a highly comprehensive research compilation of the booming wind power industry in China. The report also provides a look at China’s energy industry and a brief profile of the global wind power industry.

The report, Analyzing the Wind Power Industry in China, explores the importance of wind power in today’s world. The report looks at the basics of the wind energy industry, economics, issues and barriers, and other such factors. Case studies included in the report analyze the wind power industry in the various provinces of China.

Aruvian’s offering includes a complete analysis of the Chinese Wind Power Energy Industry, including an analysis of the companies operating in the industry, the regulatory framework in place, an industry profile, industry developments, challenges facing the industry, technological developments in turbines, and lots more information is included.

A comparative analysis of the wind power industry in China, India, & Spain is also included in the report, along with an analysis of the wind turbine manufacturing industry in China.

This research offering from Aruvian is a comprehensive A to Z guide on China’s wind power industry.
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

SECTION 1: LOOKING AT CHINA’S ENERGY INDUSTRY

A. LOOKING AT THE ENERGY CHALLENGES FACING CHINA

B. LOOKING AT SOME FACTS

B.1 Background
B.2 Macroeconomic Drivers in China
B.3 Rising Demand for Energy in the Transportation Sector

C. INTRODUCTION TO CHINA’S ENERGY INDUSTRY

C.1 Overview of the Chinese Energy Industry
C.2 China’s Oil Industry
C.2.1 Market Overview
C.2.2 Exploration & Production
C.2.3 Network of Pipelines
C.2.4 Downstream/Refining
C.3 China’s Natural Gas Industry
C.3.1 Market Overview
C.3.2 Exploration & Production
C.3.3 Network of Pipelines
C.3.4 Liquefied Natural Gas in China
C.4 China’s Coal Industry
C.5 China’s Electricity Industry
C.5.1 Market Overview
C.5.2 Conventional Thermal Sources
C.5.3 Hydroelectricity

D. ANALYZING CHINA & US ENERGY COOPERATION

SECTION 2: BRIEF PROFILE OF THE GLOBAL WIND POWER INDUSTRY

A. MARKET PROFILE

A.1 Market Overview
A.2 Global Market Analysis
A.3 Benefits of Wind Power

B. LOOKING AT GLOBAL POLICIES

B.1 Analysis of the Kyoto Protocol & Post 2012 Reductions Framework
B.2 Changes in Export Credit Agencies, Multi-Lateral Development Banks & International Finance Institutions

SECTION 3: ANALYZING CHINA’S WIND POWER INDUSTRY

A. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF WIND POWER IN CHINA

B. ANALYZING THE CHINESE WIND POWER INDUSTRY

B.1 Analysis of the Wind Power Resource in China
B.2 Supply & Demand Scenario
B.3 Companies in the Wind Energy Market
B.4 Market Potential & Technology Developments
B.5 Policy Environment

C. PRESENT MARKET STATUS

C.1 Emergence of Grid-Connected Wind Farms
C.2 Present-day Installed Capacity of Wind Power
C.3 Role of the Concession Program
C.4 Analysis of Off-grid Wind Power Generation

D. POLICY DEVELOPMENTS

D.1 Policy & Program History
D.2 The Renewable Energy Law
D.3 Tax Incentives
D.4 Wind Power Concessions Approach
D.5 Government Financing Programs
D.6 Research & Development Programs
D.7 Other Policy Programs

E. CHALLENGES FACING THE INDUSTRY

E.1 Conflicts arising from Industry Institutions
E.2 Investment Loans & Taxes
E.3 Energy Price Distortions
E.4 Clashes between Foreign & Domestic Technologies

F. RISKS FOR WIND POWER INVESTORS

F.1 Tariff Risks
F.2 Risks Associated with Wind Resource
F.3 Risks Associated with Equipment
F.4 Risks Associated with Grid Connectivity

G. ANALYZING THE WIND TURBINE MANUFACTURING MARKET IN CHINA

G.1 Introduction & Market Profile
G.2 Production of Wind Turbines
G.3 Manufacturing of Turbine Components & Accessories
G.3.1 Production of Bearings
G.3.2 Production of Blades
G.3.3 Production of Electrical Controls
G.3.4 Production of Gearboxes
G.3.5 Production of Generators

H. COST ANALYSIS OF CHINA’S WIND POWER INDUSTRY

H.1 Looking at the Historical Developments
H.1.1 Free Competition Stage (1990-1998)
H.1.2 Government Approved Prices (1998-2003)
H.1.3 Tender Prices/Approved Prices (2003-2005)
H.1.4 Bidding Price & Approved Price (2006 onwards)
H.2 Present-day Pricing Policy
H.3 Impact of the Pricing Policy
H.3.1 Increased Growth in Wind Power Market
H.3.2 Price Variations in Projects
H.3.3 Effect on Private & Foreign Investment
H.3.4 Looking at the Current Progress on the Policy
H.4 Determining the Patterns in the Wind Power Pricing Policy

I. IMPACT OF WIND POWER ON CHINA’S ENVIRONMENT

I.1 Environmental Benefits
I.2 Noise Impacts of Wind Power
I.3 Visual Impact of Wind Power
I.4 Impact on Birds
I.5 Dealing with Electromagnetic Radiation
I.6 Environmental Impact of Offshore Wind Farms

J. CASE STUDIES

J.1 Wind Energy Development in Inner Mongolia
J.1.1 Resource Potential
J.1.2 Electricity Prices in the Region
J.1.3 Connectivity to the Grid
J.1.4 Establishment of a Turbine Manufacturing Industry
J.2 Wind Energy Development in the Hebei Province
J.2.1 Resource Potential
J.2.2 Electricity Prices in the Region
J.2.3 Connectivity to the Grid
J.2.4 Establishment of a Turbine Manufacturing Industry
J.3 Wind Energy Development in the Liaoning Province
J.3.1 Resource Potential
J.3.2 Electricity Prices in the Region
J.3.3 Connectivity to the Grid
J.3.4 Establishment of a Turbine Manufacturing Industry
J.4 Wind Energy Development in the Jilin Province
J.4.1 Resource Potential
J.4.2 Electricity Prices in the Region
J.4.3 Connectivity to the Grid
J.4.4 Establishment of a Turbine Manufacturing Industry
J.5 Wind Energy Development in the Guangdong Province
J.5.1 Resource Potential
J.5.2 Electricity Prices in the Region
J.5.3 Connectivity to the Grid
J.5.4 Establishment of a Turbine Manufacturing Industry
J.6 Wind Energy Development in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region
J.6.1 Resource Potential
J.6.2 Electricity Prices in the Region
J.6.3 Connectivity to the Grid
J.6.4 Establishment of a Turbine Manufacturing Industry
J.7 Wind Energy Development in the Jiangsu Province
J.7.1 Resource Potential
J.7.2 Electricity Prices in the Region
J.7.3 Connectivity to the Grid
J.7.4 Establishment of a Turbine Manufacturing Industry
J.8 Wind Energy Development in the Shandong Province
J.8.1 Resource Potential
J.8.2 Electricity Prices in the Region
J.8.3 Connectivity to the Grid
J.8.4 Establishment of a Turbine Manufacturing Industry
J.9 Wind Energy Development in Dachen Islands
J.10 Nanhui Wind Farm

K. COMPARING WIND POWER DEVELOPMENTS IN CHINA, INDIA, & SPAIN

K.1 Overview
K.2 Comparing the Policy Environment
K.3 Comparing Technological Developments
K.4 Comparison of Expansion & Technology Developments of Leading Market Players
K.5 Conclusion

L. FUTURE PERSPECTIVE – CHINA’S WIND POWER INDUSTRY

M. LEADING INDUSTRY PLAYERS

M.1 Anhui Hummer Dynamo Co., Ltd.
M.2 Baoding 550 Co
M.3 China Fulin Windpower Development Corporation
M.4 Dalian Heavy Machinery
M.5 Dongfang Steam Turbine Factory
M.6 Gamesa
M.7 GE Wind Power
M.8 Gold Wind Science and Technology Co. Ltd
M.9 Micon
M.10 Shanghai Bluesky Co.
M.11 Sinovel Wind Co. Ltd.
M.12 Suzlon Energy (Tianjin) Co, Ltd
M.13 Vestas
M.14 Wandian Co.
M.15 Wind Energy Corporation

SECTION 4: CONCLUSION

A. APPENDIX

B. GLOSSARY OF TERMS

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