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Wind Gearbox and Direct-Drive, Update 2018
Global Market Size, Competitive Landscape and Key Country Analysis to 2022

Published: Dec 2018
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APAC will lead global wind gearbox and direct drive equipment markets over next four years

Asia-Pacific (APAC) is expected to lead the global wind gearbox and direct drive equipment markets with a share of 46% and 53.5%, respectively over the forecast period (2018–2022), says GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.
GlobalData’s latest report, Wind Gearbox and Direct Drive, Update 2018, reveals that the global trends of wind power are creating business opportunities for new and refurbishment markets. It states that prominent markets such as China, the US and EU, which had made significant strides in the wind market, are creating a significant market for gearbox refurbishments. 

Nirushan Rajasekaram, Power Analyst at GlobalData, says: “Within APAC, major countries such as China, India, Australia and South Korea are likely to boost the growth of the drive-train markets. The market for wind gearboxes in APAC is expected to reach to $1.58bn in 2022.”

Rajasekaram adds: “The historical installations of wind turbines in China will see the gearbox refurbishment market value grow significantly over the forecast period. India is estimated to be the fastest growing market for gearbox, growing at a CAGR of 15.9% over the forecast period. Similar to China, the government proposed ambitious renewable energy targets, which are expected to drive the wind equipment market. It is likely that direct drives will also see higher rates of deployment in India, during the forecast period.”

Rajasekaram concludes: “Evolving power and smart technologies could result in wind power becoming uncompetitive and thereby impact its growth in the future. Emerging markets will require the construction of sufficient grid infrastructure to support new generation capacity addition, which could slow market deployment of wind power.”   

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