Surprising newcomer in turbine maker top 3

Scattered but massive order intake in China's wind market secures global record quarter, according to Woodmac, with Vestas leading once again and turbine prices on the rise.
Photo: Goldwind PR
Photo: Goldwind PR

Global wind order intake rose by no less than 111 percent in the second quarter compared to the prior year. The 31 GW of wind ordered is the highest amount ever and beats the previous record set in Q4 2018 by 13.2 GW, according to Wood Mackenzie in its latest quarterly report.

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