North American Wind Power Markets: Distributed Generation 10-Year Forecast


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California (NERC subregion CNV) is expected to continue to be the leader in wind energy generating capacity, with cumulative capacity added between 2000 and 2012 totaling 8.5 gigawatts, but significant growth is also expected to occur in Texas (ERCOT), the Midwest (MAPP), and the Northwest (NWP). Growth in these regions will be driven by one or more of the following: high electricity prices, strict emissions controls, and state policies mandating increased use of renewable energy.

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North American Wind Power Markets: Distributed Generation 10-Year ForecastDistributed Generation Equipment Market ModelExecutive SummaryIntroductionU.S. Economic OutlookOutlook for the U.S. Electric Power IndustryMethodology and Data SourcesForecasts for the U.S. Wind Power MarketsThe U.S. Wind Turbine MarketOutlook for the U.S. Wind Turbine MarketRegional Outlook for the U.S. Wind Turbine MarketTrends in Wind Turbine ApplicationsOutlook for Wind Turbine Prices Revenue and ManufacturingAppendixDefinitionsAcronyms

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