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Udviklingen i Tyskland

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Overraskende positiv udvikling i Tyskland

Ifølge den tyske vindmølleforening BWE har aktiviteten i Tyskland m.h.t. udbygning af vindkraft været  overraskende høj i det første halvår af 2006, idet der blev tilføjet 370 MW mere end i den tilsvarende periode i 2005.

Heraf har Vestas leveret 41,1%, medens den førende vindmølleproducent på hjemmemarkedet, Enercon, leverede 31,3% imod 46% i 2005, hvor Vestas’ markedsandel lå på 25,3%. Vestas har med andre ord øget sin markedsandel på det tyske marked betydeligt.
Artiklen, som dette lille sammendrag er taget fra, kan læses i sin helhed nedenfor, idet Windpower Monthly (www.windpower-monthly.com) venligst har givet os tilladelse til at publicere den.

SURPRISE PROGRESS
Germany added a surprising 883 MW to its wind turbine fleet during the first six months of 2006, about 370 MW more than during the same period in 2005, reports German wind energy association Bundesverband Windenergie (BWE). A global shortage of components for wind turbines pushed several projects that should have been built in 2005 into 2006.
For the whole year, BWE expects 1600-1800 MW to be installed, compared with 1808 MW last year. By the end of June, 18,054 wind turbines were turning in Germany with a combined capacity of 19,299 MW. In a year of average wind strengths, the fleet would generate 35.4 TWh, or about 6.8% of national electricity consumption.
In another surprise, the leading turbine supplier during the first six months of 2006 was not home company Enercon, but Denmark’s Vestas. It supplied 41.1% of installed capacity, compared with Enercon’s 31.1%. In the same period last year, Enercon’s slice of the market was 46% and Vestas’ 25.3%. In third position this year is GE Energy with 8.9%, Nordex with 5.7% and Siemens Wind Power with 5%. Repower Systems, Gamesa and Fuhrländer had market shares of 3.5%, 2.3% and 2.2%, respectively.

 

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