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Wind Power Plants in the CIS: Production, Market and Forecast

ページ数: 83 テーブルの数: 26 桁数: 23
レポートの言語: Russian
リリース: 28.09.2017
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This report is currently available in Russian language only. However, we can provide an English version of the report within 3 weeks after receiving a payment.

 

This report is the first edition of the market research of wind power plants in Russia and CIS countries.

The purpose of the study is to analyze the market of wind power plants in Russia and CIS countries.

 

The object of the study are wind power plants of small, medium and high power from 0.1 kW to 3.3 MW.

This paper is a desk study. Information sources used were scientific, sectoral and regional press data, annual and quarterly reports of securities issuers, websites of developers and manufacturers of wind power plants, and a survey of domestic and foreign experts.

 

Chronological framework of the study: 2010-2017, forecast for 2018-2025.

 

Geography of the study: Russian Federation, Ukraine and other CIS countries.

 

The report consists of 4 chapters, contains 83 pages, including 26 tables, 23 figures and 3 annexes.

 

The first chapter provides information on wind power plants in the Russian Federation, in particular, on the state support of wind power, on the development and production of wind power plants, on export-import operations, and also forecasts consumption for 2018-2025.

The second chapter provides information on wind power plants in Ukraine, in particular on the state support of wind power, on the development and production of wind power plants, on export-import operations, and also gives a forecast of consumption for 2018-2025.

The third chapter provides information on wind power plants in other CIS countries, in particular in Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia and Kazakhstan; reports on export-import transactions, as well as a forecast of consumption for 2018-2025.

In the fourth chapter, a price analysis of wind power plants is carried out and the intervals of the estimated cost of wind power plants are indicated.

The appendices provide the legislative basis for state support for wind power in the Russian Federation, developers and manufacturers of pilot plants in Russia are listed, a list of Russian importers of wind power plants of very low power is given.

 

The target audience of the study:

- Participants in the wind energy market in Russia and CIS countries - researchers, developers, producers, consumers, traders;

- potential investors.

The proposed study claims the role of a reference tool for professionals who make management decisions that work in this market.

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Introduction

 

1. Overview of the market of wind power plants in Russia in 2010-2017.

1.1. Manufacture of wind power plants in Russia in 2010-2017.

1.2. Export and import of wind power plants in Russia in 2010-2017.

1.2.1. Import of high-capacity wind power plants in 2010-2017.

1.2.2. Import of wind power plants of medium capacity in 2010-2017.

1.2.3. Import of small-capacity wind power plants in 2010-2017.

1.2.4. Import of very low capacity wind power plants in 2010-2017.

1.3. Forecast of consumption of wind power plants in Russia for 2018-2025.

 

2. Overview of the market of wind power plants in Ukraine in 2010-2016.

2.1. Manufacture of wind power plants in Ukraine in 2010-2017.

2.2. Export and import of wind power plants in Ukraine in 2010-2017.

2.2.1. Export of wind power plants by Ukraine in 2010-2017.

2.2.1.1. Export of high-capacity wind power plants by Ukraine in 2010 - the first half of 2017

2.2.1.2. Export of small-capacity wind power plants by Ukraine in 2010 - first half of 2017

2.2.1.3. Exports of very low capacity wind power plants by Ukraine in 2010 - the first half of 2017.

2.2.2. Import of wind power plants to Ukraine in 2010 - first half of 2017

2.2.2.1. Import of high-capacity wind power plants in Ukraine in 2010 - 1 st half-year of 2017.

2.2.2.2. Import of wind power plants of medium capacity by Ukraine in 2010 - 1 st half of 2017.

2.2.2.3. Import of small-capacity wind power plants in Ukraine in 2010 - 1 st half-year of 2017

2.2.2.4. Import of very low capacity wind power plants in Ukraine in 2010 - 1 st half of 2017.

2.3. Forecast of consumption of wind power plants in Ukraine for 2018-2025. 62

 

3. Overview of the market of wind power plants in other CIS countries in 2010-2016.

3.1. Azerbaijan

3.2. Kazakhstan

3.3. Belarus

3.4. Georgia

3.5. Forecast of consumption of wind power plants in the CIS countries for 2018-2025.

 

4. Price analysis of wind power plants in the CIS countries

 

Appendix 1. Legal basis for stimulating wind energy in Russia

Appendix 2. Russian developers and manufacturers of pilot-industrial designs of wind turbines in 2010-2017.

Appendix 3. The main Russian importers of high-power wind turbines of very low power in 2010-2016, units

Table 1: Wind power targets in 2014-2020, MW, GW ∙ h

Table 2: Target indicators of the degree of localization of production of wind turbines in 2014-2020,%

Table 3: Limit values ​​of capital costs for the construction of 1 kW of installed capacity of wind turbines for 2014-2020, rubles / kW

Table 4: Characteristics of low-power wind turbines produced in Russia in 2000-2010.

Table 5: Russian imports of wind turbines of medium, small and very low power in 2010-2017, units, kW

Table 6: Foreign producers of imported medium-capacity wind power plants in 2010-2015, units

Table 7: Russian importers of small-capacity wind turbines in 2010-2017, units

Table 8: Top-10 foreign manufacturers of imported small-capacity wind turbines for Russia in 2010-2017, units

Table 9: Top-10 foreign manufacturers of imported low-power wind turbines for Russia in 2010-2017, units

Table 10: Forecast of consumption of wind turbines in Russia in 2018-2025, units, MW

Table 11: The level of production of different types of wind turbines at the main enterprises of Ukraine in 2010-2017, units

Table 12: Main characteristics of small and very small capacity wind turbines produced by "Vinnediktrik" (Kiev)

Table 13: The main characteristics of small and very small capacity wind turbines produced by OOO NVP KB Verano-Co Odessa

Table 14: The main characteristics of the wind turbines of very low power produced by the state enterprise "Svit Vitru" (Kharkov)

Table 15: Exports of wind power plants by Ukraine in 2010-2017, units, kW

Table 16: Exporters of small-capacity wind turbines from Ukraine in 2010-2012, units

Table 17: Exporters of very small-capacity wind turbines from Ukraine in 2010-2017, units

Table 18: Import of wind turbines to Ukraine in 2010-2017, units, kW

Table 19: Import of high-power wind power plants to Ukraine in 2010-2017, units, MW

Table 20: Import of small-capacity wind turbines to Ukraine in 2010-2017, units, kW

Table 21: The main importers of very small-capacity wind turbines in Ukraine in 2010-2017, units, kW

Table 22: Parameters of import of wind turbines in Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia and Kazakhstan in 2010-2016. and major supplier countries

Table 23: Import parameters of WED in Azerbaijan and the main supplier countries in 2010-2016, million $, t

Table 24: Import indexes of WED in Kazakhstan and the main supplier countries in 2010-2016, mln. $, T

Table 25: Indicators of imports of wind turbines in Belarus and the main supplier countries in 2010-2016, million $, t

Table 26: Parameters of WMU imports to Georgia and the main supplier countries in 2010-2016, thousand $, t

Figure 1: Structure of imports of wind power plants by Russia in 2010-2017,%

Figure 2: Structure of imports by capacity of Russia's wind power plants in 2010-2017,%

Figure 3: Average capacity of imported medium-capacity wind power plants in Russia in 2010-2017, kW

Figure 4: Regional distribution of Russian imports of medium-sized wind power plants in 2010-2017,%

Figure 5: Rating of Russian importers of medium-power windmills in 2010-2017, units

Figure 6: Average capacity of imported small-capacity wind turbines in Russia in 2010-2017, kW

Figure 7: Regional distribution of Russian imports of small-scale windmills in 2010-2017,%

Figure 8: Leading Russian importers of small-scale wind turbines in 2010-2017, units

Figure 9: Regional structure of imports of small-scale wind turbines in 2010-2017,%

Figure 10: Average capacity of imported wind turbines of very low power in Russia in 2010-2017, kW

Figure 11: Regional distribution of Russian imports of very small capacity wind turbines in 2010-2017,%

Figure 12: Leading Russian importers of high-power wind turbines of very low capacity in 2010-2017, units

Figure 13: Regional structure of imports of very small-capacity wind turbines in 2010-2017,%

Figure 14: Structure of exports of windmills by Ukraine in 2010-2017,%

Figure 15: Average power exported by Ukraine of the very low-power wind power in 2010-2017, kW

Figure 16: Regional distribution of Ukraine's export of very low-capacity wind power in 2010-2017,%

Figure 17: Ukraine's import structure for wind power plants in 2010-2017,%

Figure 18: Average capacity of imported low-power wind turbines in Ukraine in 2010-2017, kW

Figure 19: Regional distribution of imports to Ukraine of very low-capacity wind turbine in 2010-2017,%

Figure 20: Leading importer of very small capacity wind turbines in Ukraine in 2010-2017, units

Figure 21: Regional structure of imports to Ukraine of the very low-capacity power plants in 2010-2017, units

Figure 22: Top-10 foreign suppliers of imported wind turbines of very low capacity for Ukraine in 2010-2017, units

Figure 23: Basic and moderately optimistic scenarios of installed capacity of wind turbines in the CIS countries in 2018-2025, MW

 

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