Poland is establishing itself as the leader of the eastern European wind market as the entire region ramps up to meet the requirements of the EU energy directive for 20% renewables by 2020. With wind market growth stagnating in western Europe, the east holds promise as a significant high growth market.
Published: June, 2011
Pages: 246 | Tables: 19 | Figures: 111
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- The future of the Polish and eastern European wind power industry to 2020
- Growth trends and key drivers
- New and existing projects
What do you get?
- Analysis of the Polish and eastern European wind power industry, with forecasts to 2020
- National and regional profiles
- Multiple tables of primary data and statistics
- A complete breakdown of pipeline projects 2010–20
Who should buy this report
- Wind turbine manufacturers
- Components and equipment providers
- Wind maintenance and service companies
- Utilities and wind developers seeking opportunities
- Financial institutions assessing risk and opportunities
- Consultancies specialising in wind industry
- Renewables policy makers — national or regional
What’s included in the price?
- A hard copy of the report
- CD-Rom with searchable PDF
- Global intranet licence, allowing data to be distributed throughout your organisation
How will this intelligence benefit you
- Stay ahead of the competition by getting
- Pinpoint growth and identify factors driving change
- Plan for the future with confidence
This timely report examines country-by-country the state of wind power within the region, highlighting significant variations between different countries’ wind markets. The report covers planned and installed wind farms, investment opportunities, policy developments and country specific operating frameworks. Windpower Intelligence’s five-year pipeline data is based on primary research that captures significant development, while providing information on grid, planning and policy in order to navigate the region and locate the high growth markets.
This report is based on interviews, desk research and data analysis. Data from a wide range of publications and websites have also been incorporated.
This report provides low-, expected- and high-growth scenarios to forecast wind power development during the period 2010–20.
The scenarios are based on research into each country’s project pipeline to 2020 and targets set in National Renewable Energy Action Plans (NREAPs). The plans aim to fulfil obligations set out in the Directive 2009/28/EC on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources. Analysis of the possible contributions of other low carbon forms of energy (such as hydropower, biomass and solar) to meet the targets set in 2009/28/EC targets also affects the forecasts.
All three scenarios were adjusted according to different ‘failure factors’ for each country.