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BWE Industry Report - Wind Industry in Germany 2020

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- An overview of the German wind industry - Leading companies in the sector present their products and services - Around 400 addresses - easy access to the riht contact - NEW: Including Innovative Projects and Start-ups

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Contents 22 10 28 Economic report THE GERMAN MARKET Sharp drop in new turbines .................. 10 New construction of onshore wind turbines declined sharply in 2018, and even fewer turbines could be installed in 2019. There were also fewer offshore installations. GLOBAL MARKET Stable growth offers opportunities ..... 13 Although slightly fewer wind turbines were installed worldwide in 2018, stable growth is expected over the next few years. This offers opportunities: more and more German companies also operate internationally. In Europe, however, expansion declined more sharply. JOBS Job cuts continue .................................. 16 An industry under pressure: the wind industry in Germany is in financial trouble, resulting in redundancies. Companies lack reliable framework conditions. OFFSHORE Falling growth and stable outlook ....... 20 The expansion of offshore wind energy declined last year. In order to meet the climate targets of the German Federal Government, the industry is demanding additional capacities. The number of installations also fell worldwide. Most of the turbines were installed in China for the first time. TECHNOLOGY Concepts for the price war ................... 22 The cost pressure in the wind energy sector is forcing turbine manufacturers to bring ever more efficient and larger wind turbines onto the market. Engineers react with technical innovations and cost-optimised designs. COSTS AND INVESTMENTS Wind energy is becoming increasingly affordable ......................... 24 The costs of wind energy are falling everywhere, and renewable energies are now the most cost-effective form of electricity generation in many places. Hundreds of billions of dollars are invested in this technology worldwide. However, Germany has lost some of its attractiveness. CONTINUED OPERATION Not yet ready for the scrap heap, even after 20 years .................................. 26 In a few years, the first wind turbines will no longer be eligible for EEG subsidies. In view of the electricity exchange prices, continued operation is not worthwhile for many operators. However, this could change in the future. In addition, companies that are taking over old turbines have stepped onto the scene. REVENUE MODELS WITHOUT EEG PPAs also gaining ground in Germany ... 28 With long-term supply contracts, known as PPAs, renewable energy producers can make themselves independent of state subsidies. In Germany, too, markets are evolving, but there is room for much more, say experts. SECTOR COUPLING Renewable energies: more than just electricity .................... 30 For the energy transition to be a success, renewables must replace fossil fuels not just in the area of electricity generation. The needs of the other sectors must also be met with green energy. There is still a lack of suitable framework conditions. Sustainability – many small steps towards the larger goal ............................... 36 6 Wind Industry in Germany

Contents start up 70 INNOVATIVE PROJECTS for the German wind market 58 40 New in this edition: Start-ups and innovative projects The German wind industry has to live up to an excellent reputation. We are therefore giving more space to those whose innovative power and new business models are driving the entire sector. ? Briefly asked. The sector is driven by its actors. We have asked entrepreneurs of the German Wind Industry about their most important innovations, strategies and markets. Read their answers on pages 12, 14, 18 and 34. Companies NEW! Companies with innovative projects ......................................... 40 These pages are dedicated to companies whose new products, processes or methods ensure the continued development of the wind industry. NEW! Start-ups .................................................... 58 Start-ups are entering the market with new ideas. A selection is presented on these pages. Be inspired by their innovative power. Manufacturers ................................................. 70 German manufacturers have a high share of the world market, reaching an export rate of 60 to 70 percent. The technology and efficiency of their turbines set standards and are sought-after globally. Suppliers ........................................................... 84 Manufacturers of wind turbines from all over the world buy systems and components in Germany. Years of experience of the operational side together with specific research and development projects to reduce manufacturing and operating costs and prolong service life are much in demand everywhere. Service and logistics ................................. 124 Planning, finance, transport, construction and marketing. The fields of planning and operation of wind turbines are a continuous growth market in Germany. Publisher .............................................. 194 The German Wind Energy Association is the voice of the German wind energy sector. It publishes “Wind Industry in Germany”, brings together companies in its various committees, and uses its events to pass on technical knowledge to experts and newcomers alike. Industry directory ....................................... 202 Almost 400 addresses of leading companies in the wind industry. Companies A–Z ............................................ 240 Picture credits .................................................. 24 8 Imprint .............................................................. 248 Category overview ..................................... 251 An overview of all categories is inside the back cover page. Wind Industry in Germany 7

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