Research and Development Trend of China's Wind Power Equipment and Parts Market, 2013-2017
|出版日||ページ情報||英文 63 Pages
|中国の風力発電装置・部品市場：分析と発展動向 Research and Development Trend of China's Wind Power Equipment and Parts Market, 2013-2017|
|出版日: 2013年05月14日||ページ情報: 英文 63 Pages||
"Research and Development Trend of China's Wind Power Equipment and Parts Market, 2013-2017" mainly conducts an in-depth research on the market status of wind power equipment and parts industry, primarily analyzes China's market status of this industry, business performance of key enterprises meanwhile makes a forecast for wind power equipment industry, so as to provide a decision-making reference for the enterprises to invest as well as understand this industry.
In China, the situation that depending on importing wind power equipment has fundamentally changed with the development of wind power equipment manufacturing industries. In 2010, China's wind power capacity appeared to be a significant surplus phenomenon with the result that the price of the equipment continuously declined, so the profits for equipment manufacturers were reduced step by step, entering meager profit period since 2011. For the sake of keeping their competitive advantages, enterprises has to cut the prices of wind power equipment and expand output because fierce competition among China's wind power equipment industry, which formed a vicious competition that impacted the industry's healthy development.
In 2012, there were over 80 wind power equipment manufacturers. Up to the end of December 2011, cumulative market shares of Sinovel, Goldwind and Dongfang, the top three manufacturers, reached 52.2%; the top ten enterprises accounted for 84.2% of market shares, while the last 60 enterprises only accounted for 3.5%. As for the business operation of wind power plants, basically the five large electric power groups (China Huanneg Group, China Datang Corporation, China Guodian Corporation, China Power Investment Corporation) and five small electric power groups (China Three Gorges Corporation, Guangdong Yudean Group Co., Ltd., Zhejiang Provincial Enery Group Company Ltd., China Shenhua Group, China Resources Power Holdings Company) monopolized in this respect.
According to the data from China Wind Power Association, in 2012, Chinese mainland's the new installed capacity of wind power equipment was 15.9 million KW that accounted for more than one third of global new installed capacity, which kept the world's first position in four consecutive years. But the new installed capacity in 2012 decreased by 18% compared with the capacity 19.3 million KW in 2011. The installed capacity appeared to be negative growth.
By the end of 2012, the installed capacity of offshore wind power projects in China added up to 389.6MW that was the largest capacity besides Britain and Denmark.