China Wind Power Equipment and Parts Industry Report, 2009-2010
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In 2009, 10,129 sets of wind turbines were installed, totaling 13,803.2 MW, up 124% over the previous year. By the end of 2009, China’s total installed wind turbines reached 21,544, amounting to 25,805.3 MW, up 114% over the same period of the previous year. There had been more than nine provinces with the installed capacity exceeding 1,000 MW in Mainland China, including four provinces with the installed capacity exceeding 2,000 MW apiece, namely Inner Mongolia (9,196.2MW), Hebei (2,788.1MW), Liaoning (2,425.3 MW) and Jilin (2,063.9 MW).

Accumulated Installed Capacity of China’s Wind Power Industry, 2006-2009
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Source: Chinese Wind Energy Association

In terms of parts, China had built a production system of major parts including blade, gearbox, generator and pylon, which had progressively narrowed the gap between the supply and demand of such key parts as blade, generator, gearbox and wheel hub to some extent, but still failed to bridge the supply-demand gap for bearing and control system.

Typical Manufacturers of Wind Power Parts in China, 2009

Parts

Typical Manufacturers

Blade

Sinomatech Wind Power Blade, Zhuzhou Times New Material Technology, Zhonghang Huiteng Windpower Equipment, Lianyungang Zhongfu Lianzhong Composites Group, etc.

Gearbox

Nanjing High-Speed & Accurate Gear Group, Chongqing Gearbox, Huangzhou Advance Wind-Power Gearbox, etc.

Bearing

Tianma Bearing, XEMC-TIMKEN, SKF, etc.

Variable-frequency Drive (VFD)

ABB, Emerson, Vacon, JZE, etc.

Source: ResearchInChina

It is estimated that Chinese equipment manufacturers will vigorously march toward the wind power parts industry for more profits. Their entry can reduce the equipment production cost while effectively reducing the parts supply pressure.   Thus far, enterprises including Dongfang Electric Corporation, Sinovel, Shanghai Electric and Xiangtan Electric Manufacturing Corporation have expanded their presence to the upstream of the industry chain, including the parts industry covering blade, foundry, bearing, wheel hub and electric motor.

1. Overview of China’s Wind Power Industry
1.1 Development Worldwide
1.2 Development in Major Countries
1.2.1 Germany
1.2.2 Spain
1.2.3 America
1.2.4 Denmark

2. Development in China
2.1 Status Quo
2.1.1 Installed Sets and Installed Capacity
2.1.2 Development of China’s Offshore Wind Power Industry
2.2 Exploration and Utilization of Wind Farm
2.2.1 Early-Stage Operation
2.2.2 Later-Stage Operation
2.3 Wind Power Grid Integration in China
2.3.1 On-Grid Wind Power Pricing
2.3.2 Factors Restraining Wind Power Grid Integration
2.3.3 Planning of Wind Power Grid

3. China Wind Energy Industry Policy 
3.1 Accreditation & Admission 
3.2 Pricing Policy
3.3 Wind Power Equipment Industry Policy
3.4 Wind Power Concession Bidding System 
3.5 Variation Tendency of Industry Policy

4. Installed Wind Power Capacity in Different Regions of China
4.1 Inner Mongolia
4.2 Gansu
4.3 Hebei
4.4 Jilin
4.5 Xinjiang
4.6 Liaoning
4.7 Heilongjiang
4.8 Shandong
4.9 Ningxia 

5.Overview of China’s Wind Power Equipment Industry
5.1 China’s Wind Power Equipment Technology and Development  
5.1.1 Wind Power Equipment Technology 
5.1.2 Development of Wind Power Equipment Technology
5.2 Overview of China’s Wind Power Equipment Industry
5.2.1 Development of China’s Wind Power Equipment
5.2.2 Competition Pattern of China’s Installed Wind Power Capacity Market
5.3 Leading Equipment Manufacturers 
5.3.1 Sinovel
5.3.2 Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology
5.3.3 Dongfang Electric Corporation
5.3.4 United Power
5.3.5 Mingyang Wind Power
5.3.6 Vestas
5.3.7 XEMC Windpower
5.3.8 GE Wind Energy
5.3.9 Gamesa
5.3.10 Shanghai Electric

6. China Wind Power Equipment Parts Manufacturing Industry 
6.1 Constitution of Wind Generating Sets
6.2 Status Quo of Upstream Parts Industries
6.3 Development Orientation of Wind Power Parts Industry
6.4 Wind Power Blade Industry
6.4.1 Demand
6.4.2 Production 
6.4.3 Development Orientation
6.4.4 Sinomatech Wind Power Blade
6.4.5 Zhuzhou Times New Material Technology
6.4.6 Zhonghang (Baoding) Huiteng Windpower Equipment
6.4.7 LM Glasfiber (Tianjin)
6.4.8 Lianyungang Zhongfu Lianzhong Composites
6.4.9 Vestas
6.4.10 Tianjin Dongqi Wind Turbine Blade Engineering 
6.5 Gearbox
6.5.1 Market Overview 
6.5.2 Demand & Supply
6.5.3 Nanjing High-Speed & Accurate Gear Group
6.5.4 Chongqing Gearbox Co., Ltd.
6.5.5 Huangzhou Advance Wind-Power Gearbox Co., Ltd.
6.6 Generator
6.6.1 Market Overview
6.6.2 Zhuzhou CSR Electric
6.6.3 Yongji Xinshisu Electric Equipment
6.7 Bearing 
6.7.1 Market Overview 
6.7.2 SKF
6.7.3 XEMC-TIMKEN
6.7.4 Tianma Bearing
6.8 Variable Frequency Drive (VFD)
6.8.1 Market Overview
6.8.2 Demand
6.8.3 ABB Group
6.8.4 Vacon
6.8.5 Emerson
6.8.6 Harbin Jiuzhou Electric

7. Introduction of Wind Power Equipment Industry in Major Regions of China
7.1 Tianjin
7.2 Xinjiang 
7.3 Jiangsu
7.4 Liaoning
7.5 Hebei
7.6 Hunan

8. Leading Wind Power Generation Enterprises in China
8.1 China Huaneng Group
8.2 China Datang Corporation
8.3 China Huadian Corporation
8.4 China Guodian Corporation
8.5 China Power Investment Corporation
8.6 China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group
8.7 Beijing Energy Investment Holding Co., Ltd.
8.8 Ningxia Electric Power Group
8.9 Shandong Luneng Development Group

9. Development Outlook of China’s Wind Power Equipment Industry
9.1 Influence of Wind Power Equipment Overcapacity on the Future Development of Wind Power Industry
9.2 Offshore Wind Power Equipment will Become an Investment Highlight 
9.3 Influence of National Policy on the Future Development of Wind Power Industry 
Accumulated Installed Wind Power Capacity Worldwide, 1996-2009
Increased Installed Wind Power Capacity Worldwide, 199