ALBANY, NY – JUNE, 2015 — Wind turbine technology is the fastest developing technology in the world renewable energy market. There has been a 30 percent increase in the production of wind energy since 2009 and the capacity is expected to increase further.
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European countries are the leaders in adapting this technology and have led the EMEA region in producing the highest number of wind turbines.The APAC region is rapidly growing giving European countries stiff competition.
This technologys ability to increase grid efficiency is a key driver for the market. However the high cost of power electronic components is a challenge to market growth.
Global Power Electronics in Wind Turbine System 2010-2014 report has been prepared based on an in-depth study of the market along with inputs from industry experts.
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The report contains market and vendor landscape supported by drivers, restraints and trends.
The report covers the power electronics in wind turbine systems market at a global level. It also profiles leading vendors in this market.
Table of Content
1. Executive Summary
3. Market Landscape
4. Vendor Landscape
5. Market Growth Drivers
6. Market Challenges
7. Market Trends
8. Key Vendor Analysis:
8.2 GE Wind Energy
8.3 American Superconductor Corporation (AMSC)
9. Other Reports in this Series
List of Tables
List of Figures
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Exhibit 1: Global Power Electronics Market for Wind Turbine Systems 2010-2014 (US $ Million)
Exhibit 2: Overall Global Wind Energy Market Installed Capacity (in GW) 2010 2014
Exhibit 3: Global Wind Turbine Market Segmentation by Geography (2010)
Exhibit 4: Market Share of Key Global Power Electronics in Wind Turbine Energy Manufacturers (2009)
Power Electronics for Electric Vehicles 2015-2025:
Sales of pure electric cars grew over 50% in 2015, ten times the growth of the car market overall. Hybrid electric cars are already a large business. Look at electric vehicles by land, water and air and you see a huge business growing rapidly and increasingly dominated by the electrics and electronics within these vehicles as it rises from about 40% to 70% in the coming decade. This report concerns power electronics for electric vehicles with the emphasis on the largest market, that for on-road vehicles, particularly cars and buses. It is intended for those seeking to invest, support, develop, make, sell or use power electronics and their components and associated services. It will also assist those participating in the value chain of linked devices, such as batteries, supercapacitors, in-wheel systems, transmissions and electric motors, to understand the considerable opportunities for both collaborative use of their components and even merging with power electronics.
This 206 page report with 95 tables, figures and diagrams is unique in being mainly based on research in 2015 – the very latest. Only this report forecasts the key component, the traction motor inverter from 2014 to 2025 while discussing the full range of other power electronics. Coverage ranges from on board chargers to converters, battery management systems and power conditioning for the new multiple energy harvesting. Emphasis is on the present and future and distilled information with circuit diagrams and many ghost pictures of the vehicles showing layout. Ten year forecasts by numbers of no less than 37 EV categories are given. These are behind the rapid value market growth projected by IDTechEx of the traction inverter market for electric vehicles of $16 billion in 2014 leaping to $86 billion in 2025. Detailed assumptions behind all this are declared.
Power Electronics for Wind Turbines Market, 2013 – 2019:
The increase in consumption of the electrical energy by two percent per year has boosted the growth of the renewable sources. By 2060, around half of the world’s electrical energy is expected to come from wind turbines stations. Wind energy is now the world’s leading growing energy source. The continuous growth in the wind energy industry can be attributed to the research and development of innovative cost-reducing technologies and concerns to the environmental issues. Power electronics in the wind turbines contributes to the largest share of power electronics market. The change in the turbine architecture and convertors with an aim at greater efficiency and reducing operations and maintenance cost is contributing to the growth of this market.
With the need of lighter, cheaper and more efficient system, there are four technologies which are best suited for handling new system requirement such as silicon IGBT, Silicon Carbide (SiC)-based devices, Super Junction (SJ) MOSFETs, and Gallium Nitride (GaN). The major applications of power electronics in wind turbine are for adjustable (variable) speed motor drives, power generation plants, and power transmission & distribution systems. They are used in making power modules, stack assembly, power converter. Power electronics used in wind turbine include passive components such as laminated busbars, connectors, power capacitors, power resistors and wind convertor components such as stack, power module, IGBT stacks, IGBT, IGCT, and SiC.
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