Standard: RIA - MOWTI

MARKET OPPORTUNITIES IN THE WIND TURBINE INDUSTRY

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Looking for new market opportunities in a dynamic, high-growth industry? You need Robotic Industries Association's latest study on market opportunities in the wind turbine industry. This valuable study is only $125 to non-members and free to association members.

This new global market is of particular interest because of its rapid growth (28.7% in 2008) and signs that it has reached the point where automation technologies may be needed for continued expansion.

The dramatic growth in the wind turbine market largely stems from strong governmental backing. Governments are interested in promoting wind power, because it is a widely available, renewable source of energy that is free of pollution and climate-changing greenhouse gases.

We assess market opportunities in the wind turbine market by, first, determining the overall growth of this market. Second, we look at manufacturing processes to determine at which points in these processes automation technologies can add value. To do this, we look at how wind turbines work in terms of their component parts and how the most important parts are manufactured. We also consider whether some automation companies are already serving the wind turbine industry and what specific applications they are offering.

Organization: Robotic Industries Association
Document Number: mowti
Page Count: -2147483648
Available Languages: EN
DOD Adopted: NO
ANSI Approved: NO
Most Recent Revision: YES
Current Version: YES
Status: Active
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