Analyzing the Wind Power Industry in Mexico

Date: June 22, 2011
Pages: 150
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Publisher: Aruvian's R'search
Report type: Strategic Report
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Analyzing the Wind Power Industry in Mexico
Already today wind provides more than 1.5% of the global electricity consumption and the wind industry employs half a million people. Currently, 80 countries are using wind energy on a commercial basis, with the main shares in Germany, USA, Spain, China and India which still account for three quarters of the global wind installations. North America and Asia showed the most dynamic growth rates in the year 2008.

In the foreseeable future wind energy is expected to cover a large share of the electricity needs worldwide: Wind energy is practically inexhaustible as well as available almost everywhere and wind energy investment is a low-risk investment. The cost of electricity generation is stable over the lifetime of a wind turbine and there are no fluctuating fuel costs – and the access to wind cannot be restricted by third parties. Wind power net capacity additions over the last ten years (1998-2007) have showed a mean growth rate of 30.4 percent per year, corresponding to a doubling of net additions every 2½ years.

In most countries, the growing interest in wind stems from concerns over rising prices, reliability and security of electricity supply and also the environmental impact of their electricity systems. As it is emission-free, renewable, domestic, and relatively affordable, it has the maximum environmental benefits. In addition wind energy provides a sustainable answer to increasing concerns about security of energy supply and volatile fossil fuel prices. Moreover, wind energy is becoming a substantial factor in economic development, providing more than 350,000 ‘green collar’ jobs today both in direct and indirect employment. By 2020, this figure is projected to increase to over two million. All this explains why it is the fastest growing energy source in the world.

Aruvian's R'search’s report, Analyzing the Wind Power Industry in Mexico, is a complete analysis of the wind energy industry in Mexico. The report analyzes the present global and regional market scenario, the prevalent wind resources in this continent, governmental policies, future projections, detailed analysis of the leading states/province and much more.

The report is a highly comprehensive research compilation of the booming wind power industry in Mexico. The report also provides a look at the overall North American energy industry and a brief profile of the global wind power industry as well.

The report, Analyzing the Wind Power Industry in Mexico, 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.
Executive Summary

A. INTRODUCTION TO WIND POWER

A.1 A Clean Green Energy – Wind Power
A.1.1 What is Wind Power?
A.1.2 How does it Work?
A.2 Brief History of Wind Power
A.3 Electricity from Wind
A.4 How do Wind Turbines Work?
A.5 Wind Power Technology
A.6 Wind Power Markets
A.7 Accommodating the Variable Nature of Wind Power
A.8 Environmental Impact

B. GROWTH DRIVERS FOR WIND ENERGY

B.1 Supply Security
B.2 Environmental Potential
B.3 Climate Change & Wind Power
B.3.1 Clean Development Mechanism
B.3.2 Wind Energy CDM Projects
B.4 Economic Feasibility
B.5 Employment & Development of Rural Areas
B.6 Renewable Quotas
B.7 Technology

C. THE GLOBAL WIND MARKET

C.1 Present-day Market Scenario
C.2 World Wind Resources
C.3 Increase in Growth Rates
C.4 Major Wind Producing Countries
C.4.1 European Union
C.4.2 Asia
C.4.3 Latin America
C.4.4 The Pacific
C.4.5 Africa & the Middle East
C.5 The Future Scenario
C.5.1 Rising Importance of Wind Energy
C.5.2 Global Outlook Scenarios
C.5.3 Costs & Benefits
C.5.4 Investment
C.5.5 Generation Costs
C.5.6 Employment
C.5.7 Wind Energy Outlook from Energy Watch Group
C.5.8 Global Wind Turbine Market

D. LOOKING AT GLOBAL POLICIES

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

E. ANALYZING THE NORTH AMERICAN WIND POWER MARKET

E.1 Current Market Scenario
E.2 Continental Shares
E.3 Wind Energy Outlook for North America

F. WIND POWER IN MEXICO

F.1 Current Market Scenario
F.2 Wind Resources of Mexico
F.3 Future Projections for the Mexican Wind Industry
F.4 Mexican Government and Wind Policy
F.5 Progress towards National Objectives
F.6 National Incentive Programs
F.7 RD&D Activities
F.8 Challenges for the Mexican Market
F.8.1 Land Use
F.8.2 Noise
F.8.3 Wildlife
F.9 Analysis of the Mexican Wind Industry State-wise
F.10 Market Characteristics

G. MAJOR WIND FARMS IN MEXICO

H. DEVELOPING WIND ENERGY IN TIMES OF RECESSION

I. MAJOR GLOBAL MANUFACTURERS

I.1 Leading Industry Contributors
I.1.1 ACCIONA Energy
I.1.2 Airtricity
I.1.3 Bonus Energy
I.1.4 Cielo Wind Power
I.1.5 Ecotecnia
I.1.6 EDF Energies Nouvelles
I.1.7 Enercon
I.1.8 Energia Hidroelectrica de Navarra (EHN)
I.1.9 Eurus Energy
I.1.10 FPL Energy
I.1.11 Fuhrlander
I.1.12 Gamesa Eolica
I.1.13 GE Energy
I.1.14 Horizon Wind Energy
I.1.15 Invenergy
I.1.16 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
I.1.17 NEG Micon
I.1.18 Nordex
I.1.19 PPM Energy
I.1.20 REpower Systems
I.1.21 Shell Renewables
I.1.22 Siemens
I.1.23 Suzlon
I.1.24 TransCanada
I.1.25 UPC Wind
I.1.26 Vestas
I.1.27 VisionQuest Windelectric
I.1.28 Western Wind Energy
I.1.29 Wind Prospect
I.1.30 WKN Windkraft Nord

J. APPENDIX

K. GLOSSARY OF TERMS
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