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BWE Industry Report - Wind Industry in Germany 2018

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The latest issue of the BWE Industry Report 2018. On about 250 pages you will find the current state of development and an overview of more than 450 companies of the German wind industry.

HIGH INSTALLATIONS

HIGH INSTALLATIONS WORLDWIDE Wind power becoming increasingly affordable Record installations in Europe, slight fall in new installations in the USA and China. Wind power is attracting investment worldwide – and becoming increasingly affordable. This is good news for the expansion of climate-friendly energy production, but it puts the sector under considerable cost pressure. was a record year for the 2017 German wind sector. The fact that the share of renewable energies in Germany‘s gross electricity consumption rose to 36 percent at the end of the year was largely down to wind turbines. Europe-wide, wind power is replacing coal as the third most important form of production. The background to this strong growth, in addition to the political initiatives aimed at climate protection, are the greatly reduced electricity production costs of wind energy. On a global average, these are now only 5 euro cents per kilowatt hour (ct/kWh) and on a par with – or even below hydropower and new coal and oilfired power stations. This is the result of the study “Renewable Power Generation Costs in 2017” by the Renewable Energies Agency IRENA with data from thousands of power station projects. The trend is clear: costs are falling worldwide. In Europe, 2017 saw the first tenders for offshore wind turbines to be built after 2020 without state-guaranteed feed-in tariffs. For the first time, these turbines will be financed solely from electricity sales on the stock exchange and direct deliveries to industrial electricity customers. According to Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF), the volume of such purchase agreements increased by around 20 percent to 5,500 MW worldwide in 2017 compared to the previous year. The wind industry is responding to this: the new onshore wind power models presented by manufacturers in 2017 show that the size and efficiency of the turbines will soon increase significantly. In 2017, the global installed capacity of onshore and offshore wind power reached 52,500 MW. While there were record installations in Europe, numbers in the USA and China fell. Although the number of newly installed facilities continued to be high in both markets, the figure dropped for the second time in a row after strong growth in 2015 and 2016. Erecting an ENO 126 with 3.5 MW at Kölsa wind farm. 10 Wind Industry in Germany

Economic report | HIGH INSTALLATIONS WORLDWIDE Beach sailing in front of Teesside wind farm near Redcar on the English North Sea coast. According to market players, the delay on some projects in the USA can be attributed to continued uncertainty under President Trump. In contrast, the high growth rates in Germany and other European countries are down to preemptive effects: project developers have used the time before national governments convert their subsidy systems to tenders and thus further increase cost pressures. Positive outlook for 2020 2017 was also marked by job losses at some manufacturers: Siemens Gamesa, Senvion and Nordex announced some major job cuts. Companies such as Adwen and Lagerwey were bought up or sought out strong partners. Even if the reasons are different in each case, it is clear that cost pressures are rising and that companies have to gear up for increasing competition. Not least to prevent job losses in Germany, the discussion has begun on increasing the planned onshore wind power expansion from 2,800 to 4,000 MW in 2018 and 2019. Offshore expansion targets are also expected to be increased. At the same time, the number of wind farms across Europe for which there are investment decisions has increased. Countries such as Spain, Sweden or Russia are again planning substantial investments. Overall, the outlook for the global wind energy market is positive. Analysts expect annual installations to increase to 62,000 (VDMA) -70,000 MW (GWEC) by 2020, up from 52,500 MW in 2017. Wind Industry in Germany 11

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