Status quo and outlook for the global small wind market with a focus on the U.S. market BAFA-Event: Small wind in the USA

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Status quo and outlook for

the global small wind market

with a focus on the U.S.

market

BAFA-Event: Small wind in the USA

Hamburg, 29 October 2013

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Programm

About WWEA

Small Wind Markets Worldwide and in the U.S.

WWEA’s Small Wind Energy Section

Background & Activities

WWEA’s Small Wind Web Platform

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The World Wind Energy Association

Founded in July 2001 in Copenhagen, Denmark

Head Office since July 2003 in Bonn, Germany

The Members:

National associations, scientific institutes, companies, public bodies and

individuals from more than 100 countries on all continents

Our Mission:

Promoting the worldwide utilisation of wind energy by

being a communication platform for all wind energy actors worldwide

advising national and international policies in favour of wind energy

enhancing international technology transfer

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The World Wind Energy Association

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The World Wind Energy Association

International Cooperation

WWEA has Special Consultative Status at UN, and works

with other international organisations

WWEA has supported the establishment of the

International Renewable Energy Agency

International Renewable Energy Alliance:

WWEA founded the REN Alliance with the International

Solar Energy Society, the International Geothermal

Association, the International Hydropower Association and

the World Bioenergy Association

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Small Wind Markets Worldwide

Countries

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Small Wind Markets Worldwide

Countries

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U.S. Market by the end of 2012

Total Sales 2003 – 2012 (units)

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U.S. Market by the end of 2012

18,4 MW of new capacity in sales during 2012, $101 million investment

The U.S. market decreased by 3% from 19 MW in 2011 to 18,4 in 2012

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SWT Suppliers

32 small wind turbine suppliers with U.S. sales presence

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Technology & Applications

30 suppliers reported sales of 74

different SWT in the U.S., 14 more than

in 2011

0,1 – 0,9 kW: 52%

1 – 10 kW: 30%

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Forecast 2020

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SWT Installed Capacity World Market Forecast 2009 - 2020

Annual Installed SWT Capacity (MW)

Cumulative Installed SWT Capacity (MW) Annual Forecast Installed SWT Capacity (Mw)

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WWEA

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WWEA Small Wind Section- Background

World Summit for Small Wind (WSSM)

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2010

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2011

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2012

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2013

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2014 (March)

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WWEA Small Wind Section

WWEA will continue organizing the World Summit for Small Wind

together with Husum

WWEA Small Wind is now consider as a WWEA Section

New versions of the Small Wind World Report will be produced in the

following years

A special website will be set up, providing information about small wind

and discussion forum

WWEA amended the membership fee by-laws. A special fee was created

for small wind companies

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World Summit for Small Wind 2014

5th World Summit for Small Wind: Success Stories from all

over the World

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WWEA Small Wind Platform

Standards

Certification

Testing

Policies

Database of potential

dealer/ partners

Manufacturer

Local dealer/

Partner

Final Client

How to use wind

energy

Site selection and wind

assessment

- Blog: wrong site

selection (future)

Turbine selection

Costs estimation

Who can help me

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Statistics

Members News

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