Regional Benchmarking of Wind Energy Industry 2011-2020: BRIC Countries and US, June 2011

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Regional Benchmarking of Wind Energy Industry 2011-2020: BRIC Countries and US, June 2011
Background:

Concerns over climate change, crude oil prices, and increasing energy demand are generating global interest in renewable resources to meet the world’s energy needs. Wind is a clean, abundant, rapidly growing energy source. Investment in wind energy, however, requires proper analysis as its costs are still higher than conventional energy sources.

This report provides insights about wind energy and a comparative industry analysis of the BRIC countries and the US. From 2000–2010 the global wind energy market grew with a CAGR of 27%. Traditional industry leaders, such as Europe and the US, lost market share in 2010. China emerged as the world’s largest wind energy market with 22% of global installed capacity, growing through strong government support from feed-in-tariffs and favorable pricing policies. It expects to remain the fastest-growing wind energy player as it reduces dependence on fossil fuels. As Lucintel discloses, China expects to reach 230 GW in cumulative wind installations by 2020. The US also is expected to grow steadily and to reach approximately 180 GW by 2020.

Government policies and an emerging wind market make Brazil attractive for wind energy OEMs. Russia holds tremendous potential, but its industry remains underdeveloped because of no government support. Central government initiatives and state-level incentives assist India’s wind industry development. The US, with huge potential and supportive government policies, offers opportunities for OEMs.

The report provides trend scenarios and forecast statistics for 2001–2020. Lucintel’s research provides detailed market structure, supply chain analysis, and comparative analysis of wind markets. The report details the wind market’s drivers and challenges, policies affecting the market, competitive advantages of BRIC and the US through diamond analysis, and BRIC’s resource potential.

This unique report from Lucintel will provide you with valuable information, insights and tools needed to identify new growth opportunities and operate your business successfully in this market. This report will save hundreds of hours of your own personal research time and will significantly benefit you in expanding your business in this market. In today’s stringent economy, you need every advantage that you can find to keep ahead in your business.

Features of This Report:

To make business, investment, or strategic decisions, you need timely and adequate information. This market report fulfills this core need and is an indispensable reference guide for multi-national material suppliers, product manufacturers, investors, executives, distributors and many more, who are dealing with this market. Some of the features of this market report are:

Some of the features of “Regional Benchmarking of Wind Energy Industry 2011–2020: BRIC Countries and US” are:
  • Trend and forecast of the wind energy market of BRIC countries, US in terms of volume shipment
  • Trend for wind energy market in BRIC countries, US by cumulative installed Annual capacity
  • Major growth drivers and challenges for the development of wind energy market in BRIC countries, US.
  • Comparative overview of wind market of BRIC countries, US.
  • Michael Porter’s Five Forces analysis of wind energy market
  • Insight about the government policies promoting wind energy in these countries
  • SWOT analysis of wind energy market of BRIC countries, US
  • Growth matrix of wind energy market in BRIC countries, US
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. ECONOMIC OUTLOOK OF BRIC COUNTRIES, US

2.1: Economic outlook of Brazil
2.2: Economic outlook of Russia
2.3: Economic outlook of India
2.4: Economic outlook of China
2.5: Economic outlook of United States

3. OVERVIEW OF GLOBAL WIND ENERGY INDUSTRY

4. WIND ENERGY RESOURCES AND INDUSTRY STRUCTURE ANALYSIS OF BRIC COUNTRIES US

4.1: Wind resource in Brazil
4.2: Wind industry leaders in Brazil
  4.2.1: Supply chain analysis for Brazil wind energy industry
4.3: Wind resources in Russia
4.4: Wind industry leaders in Russia
4.5: Wind resources in India
4.6: Wind industry leaders in India
  4.6.1: Supply chain analysis for India wind energy industry
4.7: Wind resource in China
4.8: Wind industry leaders in China
  4.8.1: Supply chain analysis for China wind energy industry
4.9: Wind resources in United States
4.10: Wind industry leaders in the United States
  4.10.1: Supply chain analysis for US wind energy industry

5. REGIONAL BENCHMARKING OF WIND ENERGY INDUSTRY FOR BRIC COUNTRIES, US

5.1: Trend and comparative analysis of wind energy industry for BRIC countries, US
5.2: Forecast of wind energy industry for BRIC countries, US
5.3: Market size analysis of wind energy industry for BRIC countries, US
5.4: Industry life cycle of wind energy for BRIC countries, US
5.5: Key success criteria of wind energy industry for BRIC countries, US
5.6: Regional benchmarking of wind energy industry for BRIC countries, US (2010-2020)

6. DIAMOND ANALYSIS OF WIND ENERGY INDUSTRY FOR BRIC COUNTRIES, US

6.1: Factor conditions
  6.1.1: Resource potential
  6.1.2: Infrastructure development (grid connectivity)
  6.1.3: Technological and skilled labor availability
  6.1.4: Capital investment
6.2: Demand conditions
6.3: Related and supporting industry
6.4: Strategy, structure and rivalry
  6.4.1: Strategy, structure and rivalry in Brazil
  6.4.2: Strategy, structure, and rivalry Russia
  6.4.3: Strategy, structure, and rivalry in India
  6.4.4: Strategy, structure, and rivalry in China
  6.4.5: Strategy, structure, and rivalry in United States
6.5: Government
6.6: Chance

7. SWOT ANALYSIS OF WIND ENERGY INDUSTRY FOR BRIC COUNTRIES, US

7.1: SWOT analysis of Wind energy industry of Brazil
7.2: SWOT analysis of Wind energy industry of Russia
7.3: SWOT analysis of wind energy industry of India
7.4: SWOT analysis of wind energy industry of China
7.5: SWOT analysis of wind energy industry of US

8. DRIVERS FOR WIND ENERGY INDUSTRY IN BRIC COUNTRIES, US

8.1: Drivers of wind energy industry in Brazil
  8.1.1: Energy mix diversification
  8.1.2: Rural electrification
8.2: Drivers of wind energy industry in Russia
  8.2.1: Energy mix diversification
8.3: Drivers of wind energy industry in India
  8.3.1: Lack of sufficient electricity
  8.3.2: Clean source of energy
  8.3.3: Diversification of energy mix
  8.3.4: Carbon credit
8.4: Drivers of wind energy industry in China
  8.4.1: Government incentives
  8.4.2: Energy mix diversification
  8.4.3: Reduction in CO2 emission
8.5: Drivers of wind energy industry in the United States
  8.5.1: Government investment in Renewable Energy
  8.5.2: Energy diversification
  8.5.3: Reduction in greenhouse gases emission
  8.5.4. Government targets for electricity generation from renewable

9. CHALLENGES FOR WIND ENERGY INDUSTRY IN BRIC COUNTRIES, US

9.1: Challenges of wind energy industry in Brazil
  9.1.1: Financial availability
9.2: Challenges of wind energy industry in Russia
  9.2.1: Lack of supportive government policy
  9.2.2: Lack of interest from Industrial Customers
9.3: Challenges of wind energy industry in India
  9.3.1: High cost of installation
  9.3.2: Incentive is Still a Part of Profit
  9.3.3: Poor transmission Infrastructure
9.4: Challenges of wind energy industry in China
  9.4.1: Weak power grid network
  9.4.2: Weak in customizing wind turbine
9.5: Challenges of wind energy industry in the United States
  9.5.1: Energy transmission problems

10. REGULATORY FRAMEWORK OF WIND ENERGY INDUSTRY FOR BRIC COUNTRIES, US

10.1: Regulatory framework of wind energy industry in Brazil
  10.1.1: Supportive government policies
  10.1.2: Tax exemptions
  10.1.3: Feed-in-tariffs
  10.1.4: Financial assistance
10.2: Regulatory framework of wind energy industry in Russia
10.3: Regulatory framework of wind energy industry in India
  10.3.1: Fiscal and financial incentives by government
  10.3.2: Income tax exemption
  10.3.3; Financial assistance
  10.3.4: Generation based incentives
  10.3.5: National feed-in-tariff
  10.3.6: National renewable portfolio standard
  10.3.7: State-level renewable energy preferential tariffs
  10.3.8: Accelerated depreciation
  10.3.9: Indirect tax benefits
10.4: Regulatory framework of wind energy industry in China
  10.4.1: Renewable energy policy
  10.4.2: The renewable energy premium
  10.4.3: Wind power feed-in-tariff
  10.4.4: Regulatory policy being more relaxed
  10.4.5: Exemption from local income taxes
10.5: Regulatory framework of wind energy industry in US
  10.5.1: The American recovery and reinvestment act
  10.5.2: Government policy of 20% wind energy by 2030
  10.5.3: Transmission policies
  10.5.4: State incentive program

11. INVESTMENT ATTRACTIVENESS OF WIND ENERGY INDUSTRY FOR BRIC COUNTRIES, US

11.1: Comparative analysis of growth potential of wind energy for BRIC countries, US
11.2: Comparative analysis of wind potential and penetration for BRIC countries, US
11.3: Investment opportunities: wind energy industry? BRIC countries, US

LIST OF FIGURES

CHAPTER 2: Economic Outlook of BRIC Countries, US
Figure 2.1: World GDP growth rate
Figure 2.2: GDP growth rate of Brazil
Figure 2.3: Index of industrial production of Brazil
Figure 2.4: Current account balance of Brazil
Figure 2.5: Brazil import and export of oil as percentage of GDP
Figure 2.6: Sectoral contributions to Brazil’s GDP in 2000, 2005, 2009
Figure 2.7: Foreign exchange reserves of Brazil
Figure 2.8: Exchange rate of Brazilian currency (Real/US $)
Figure 2.9: Working age population structure of Brazil (in percent)
Figure 2.10: GDP growth rate of Russia
Figure 2.11: Index of industrial production of Russia
Figure 2.12: Current account balance of Russia
Figure 2.13: Russia’s export and import of oil as a percent of GDP
Figure 2.14: Sectoral contributions to Russia’s GDP in2000, 2005, 2009
Figure 2.15: Exchange rate of Russian currency (Ruble/US $)
Figure 2.16: Foreign exchange reserve of Russia
Figure 2.17: Working age population structure of Russia
Figure 2.18: GDP growth rate of India
Figure 2.19: Index of industrial production of India
Figure 2.20: Current account balance of India
Figure 2.21: Foreign exchange reserves of India
Figure 2.22: Import of oil as percent of GDP, India
Figure 2.23: Sectoral contributions to India’s GDP in 2000, 2005, 2009
Figure 2.24: Exchange rate of Indian rupee against US dollar
Figure 2.25: Working age population structure of India
Figure 2.26: GDP growth rate of China
Figure 2.27: Index of industrial production of China
Figure 2.28: Current account balance of China
Figure 2.29: Foreign exchange Reserve of China
Figure 2.30: China export and import of oil as percent of GDP
Figure 2.31: Sectoral contributions to China’s GDP in2000, 2005, 2009
Figure 2.32: Exchange rate of Chinese Yuan with US dollar
Figure 2.33: Working age population structure of China
Figure 2.34: GDP growth rate of US
Figure 2.35: Industrial production index of US
Figure 2.36: Current account balance of US
Figure 2.37: Foreign exchange reserves of US
Figure 2.38: US oil export and import as percent of GDP
Figure 2.39: Sectoral contributions to US GDP in 2000, 2005, 2009
Figure 2.40: Working age population structure of US
CHAPTER 3: Overview of Global Wind Energy Market
Figure 3.1: Global cumulative installed capacity of wind
Figure 3.2: Global annual installed capacity of wind
Figure 3.3: Cumulative installed capacity of major countries
Figure 3.4: Top wind turbine manufacturers in world (2010)
CHAPTER 4: Wind Energy Resources and Industry Structure Analysis of BRIC Countries, US
Figure 4.1: Market share of top OEMs by annual installed capacity, India
Figure 4.2: Market share of top OEMs by annual installed capacity, China
Figure 4.3: Market share of top OEMs by annual installed capacity, US
CHAPTER 5: Regional Benchmarking for Wind Energy Industry in BRIC Countries, US
Figure 5.1: Cumulative installed capacity of wind in Brazil (2000-2010)
Figure 5.2: Annual and cumulative installed capacity of wind in Brazil
Figure 5.3: Cumulative installed capacity of wind in Russia (2000-2010)
Figure 5.4: Cumulative installed capacity of wind in India (2000-2010)
Figure 5.5: Annual and cumulative installed capacity of wind in India
Figure 5.6: Cumulative installed capacity of wind in China (2000-2010)
Figure 5.7: Annual and cumulative installed capacity of wind in China
Figure 5.8: Cumulative installed capacity of wind in US (2000-2010)
Figure 5.9: Annual and cumulative installed capacity of wind in US
Figure 5.10: Impact of PTC in annual installation of wind in US
Figure 5.11: Comparative analysis of cumulative installation of wind energy in BRIC countries, US (2000–2010)
Figure 5.12: Comparative analysis of annual wind installation of BRIC countries, US (2000-2010)
Figure 5.13: Forecast for wind energy industry of BRIC countries, US
Figure 5.14: Market size comparison for wind energy in BRIC countries, US (2000-2010)
Figure 5.15: Comparative analysis of industry life cycle of wind energy of BRIC countries, US
Figure 5.16: Contribution of wind energy in BRIC countries
Figure 5.17: Regional benchmarking of wind energy installation of BRIC Countries, US (2010-2020)
CHAPTER 6: Diamond Analysis for Wind Energy Industry of BRIC countries, US
Figure 6.1: Factor conditions supporting wind energy in BRIC countries, US
Figure 6.2: Demand conditions of wind energy in BRIC countries, US
Figure 6.3: Strategy, structure, and rivalry scores for wind energy in BRIC countries, US
Figure 6.4: Government encouragement score in wind energy industry of BRIC countries, US
CHAPTER 7: SWOT Analysis for Wind Energy Industry of BRIC Countries, US
Figure 7.1: SWOT analysis of Brazil’s wind energy industry
Figure 7.2: SWOT analysis of Russia’s wind energy industry
Figure 7.3: SWOT analysis of India’s wind energy industry
Figure 7.4: SWOT analysis of China’s wind energy industry
Figure 7.5: SWOT analysis of the US wind energy industry
CHAPTER 11: Investment Attractiveness of Wind Energy Industry of BRIC Countries, US
Figure 11.1: Growth matrix of wind energy industry of BRIC Countries, US
Figure 11.2: Comparative analysis of growth potential of BRIC, US
Figure 11.3: Comparative analysis of wind potential and penetration in BRIC countries, US
Figure 11.4: Business opportunity of wind energy industry of BRIC countries, US

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1.1: Summary of market parameters of wind energy industry of BRIC Countries, US
Table 4.1: Supply chain analysis for Brazil wind energy
Table 4.2: Supply chain analysis for India wind energy
Table 4.3: Supply chain analysis for China wind energy
Table 4.4: Supply chain analysis for US wind energy
Table 5.1: Comparative analysis of success criteria for wind energy industry in BRIC countries, US
Table 6.1: Demand condition factors
Table 6.2: Government policies for development of wind energy in BRIC countries, US
Table 8.1: Drivers of wind energy in Brazil
Table 8.2: Drivers of wind energy in Russia
Table 8.3: Drivers of wind energy in India
Table 8.4: Drivers of wind energy in China
Table 8.5: Drivers of wind energy in the US
Table 9.1: Challenges for wind energy in Brazil
Table 9.2: Challenges for wind energy in Russia
Table 9.3: Challenges for wind energy in India
Table 9.4: Challenges for wind energy in China
Table 9.5: Challenges for wind energy in the US
Table 10.1: Financial assistance by government for renewable in India
Table 10.2: State-level renewable energy preferential tariff
Table 10.3: US states with RPS targets, original and revised
Table 10.4: Comparative overview of incentives provided by BRIC countries, US
Table 11.1: Investment opportunity indicators
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