|*Research note* Wind Energy Operations & Maintenance Costs
|Long term contracts have led to a higher cost profile for asset owners and contracted asset owner, due to the “partial wrap” or “full wrap” component warranty for blades, gearboxes, and generators. However, the global COVID-19 pandemic has had some material impacts on this trend with OpEx budgets that were rapidly slashed. Has this affected you?
|*Research Note* Wind Turbine OEMs: Reducing your bill of materials cost opens new markets
|One of the most important tools they have to open new market is to reduce the bill of material costs. Drawing on an example from Nordex Acciona, the following research note takes a look at their global product sales pipeline, bill of materials reduction trends, global turbine price trends as well as buying patterns.
|*Research Note* Global offshore wind energy market & commercial outlook
|The global offshore wind energy market is undergoing a period of explosive growth. The market could grow to a total of 584GW installed if the industry finds a way to unlock the US $1.432 trillion in investment required to develop the proposed capacity additions.
|*Research note* Offshore wind energy technology & supply chain outlook
|Facing a period of tremendous growth, the offshore wind energy sector must continue to expand the supply chain to gain maximum global leverage and fulfil its potential. Understanding technology growth patterns and how to position yourself in this changing market landscape will be critical.
|*Current Edition* Onshore Wind Operations & Maintenance Report 2019
|Data Translated into O&M Asset & Service Strategies: Use Actionable Insight to Maximize ROI on Your Global Onshore Wind Power Assets