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Energy from Wind and Waves: The Global Market

  • Publication Date:March 2009
  • Publisher:BCC Research
  • Product Type: Report
  • Pages:207

Energy from Wind and Waves: The Global Market

Study Goals and Objectives

BCC's goal in conducting this study was to determine the current status of the global market for wind and wave energy and assess its growth potential over a 5-year period from 2008 to 2013.

Our key objective was to present a comprehensive analysis of the current wind energy market combined with the upcoming wave energy market and understand their future direction.

A chief goal of this study was to characterize and quantify the world markets for large wind turbines on global, national, and local bases. Extensive efforts were expended to fully characterize the political, economic, environmental, and regulatory conditions at each level of geographic detail. These influential factors were taken into account when developing 5-year forecasts for the evolving large wind turbine markets. The business environment for wind and wave energy is fully characterized to include local and national legislation and financial incentives, the pertinent regulatory regimes, and the environmental factors that are influencing a sustaining surge in interest and investment in renewables.

Reasons for Doing The Study

Wind power usage in the global economy has been growing at a significant double-digit rate in the past few years and has generated considerable interest in industry, government, and the public. Wave energy is hypothesized to be several years behind wind energy but represents yet another emerging renewable market. This study will take a closer look at energy from wind and waves on the global scale. This report measures and forecasts the global market for wind energy and wave energy. Key granular global breakdowns are given for the following regions:

  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia
  • Latin America
  • Africa and the Middle East
  • Pacific Region
  • Rest of World

Intended Audience

This study will be of interest to manufacturers of wind turbines and wave energy devices, and the various component and accessory equipment suppliers, as well as the end users, including project developers, operators, and utilities. IT will also be of interest to consulting companies, construction and transportation companies, landowners, and financial and investment institutions with a stake in the renewable energy industry. The study will likewise be of interest to municipal, state, and national government agencies, as well as academic institutes and non-profit organizations.

Scope of Report

The scope of this study encompasses the global wind and wave energy markets.

Traditional hydrocarbon energy sources and tidal energy are excludedfrom the study. BCC analyzes each market, determines its current status, examines the impact for the future, and presents forecasts of growth over the next 5 years. Technological issues including the latest trends are discussed. Other influential factors such as rising energy costs, changing government regulations, and improving efficiencies are reviewed.

BCC analyzes the industry on a global basis both from a manufacturing and energy capacity point of view. We examine government support for renewable energies.

  • Chapter One: Introduction
    • Study Goals and Objectives
    • Reasons for Doing The Study
    • Intended Audience
    • Scope of Report
    • Methodology and Information Sources
    • Analyst Credentials
    • Related Reports
    • BCC Online Services
    • Disclaimer
  • Chapter Two: Summary
    • Summary
      • Project Sizes Are Increasing
      • Component Delays Are Continuing
      • Prices Are Rising
      • Transmission Is A Paramount Issue
  • Chapter Three: Overview
    • Wind and Wave Energy Status
    • Wind and Wave Electrical Definitions
    • Wave Specific Definitions
    • Global Wind and Wave Power
      • Growth of The Wind Power Industry
    • Growth of The Wave Power Industry
      • Government Incentives for Construction of New Renewable Sources of Energy
    • Future of Wind and Wave Energy
      • Turbine Technology
      • Heightened Concern for Carbon Emissions
  • Chapter Four: Types of Technologies
    • Wind Technologies
      • Horizontal
      • Vertical
      • Experimental
    • Types of Wave Technologies
      • Offshore Systems
      • Shoreline or near Shore Systems
    • Technological Classifications
      • Oscillating Water Column
      • Point Absorbers or Buoy Systems
      • Overtopping Devices and Tapchan
      • Surging Devices
      • Pendulor Device
  • Chapter Five: Types of Applications
    • Electricity Generation
    • Mechanical Energy
    • off-Grid
    • Grid-Connected
    • Offshore Wind Projects
  • Chapter Six: Market Types
    • Utilities
      • Investor-Owned Utilities
      • Public Power Utilities
      • Rural Electric Cooperatives
  • Chapter Seven: Industry Structure
    • Manufacturers
    • Developers
    • Owners
    • Power Purchasers
    • Incentives
      • Renewable Energy Certificates
      • Other Benefits
  • Chapter Eight: Wind Energy Vendor Market Shares
    • Wind Energy Vendor Market Shares
  • Chapter Nine: Company Profiles
    • Wind Company Profiles
      • Abb, Ltd
      • Acciona
      • Babcock & Brown, Australia
      • Enercon
      • Gamesa Corp
      • Ge Wind
      • Lm Glasfiber, Denmark
      • Nordex Ag
      • Owens Corning
      • Parker Hannifen
      • Repower, Germany
      • Second Wind, U S
      • Signal Wind Energy, Llc
      • Siemens, Germany
      • Suzlon Wind Energy
      • Thomas & Betts Corp
      • Tpi Composites, U S
      • Vestas, Wind Systems
    • Wave Company Profiles
      • Aquamarine Power
      • Aw Energy
      • Aws Ocean Energy, Ltd
      • Bipower Systems
      • C-Wave, Ltd
      • Embley Energy, Ltd
      • Independent Natural Resources, Inc
      • Finavera Renewables
      • Oceanlinx, Ltd
      • Ocean Power Technologies
      • Ocean Navitas, Ltd
      • Ocean Wavemaster, Ltd
      • Orecon
      • Pelamis Wave Power
      • Renewable Energy Holdings
      • Sde
      • Seabased Ab
      • Syncwave Systems, Inc
      • Trident Energy, Ltd
      • Wavebob
      • Wave Dragon Aps
      • Wave Energy
      • Wavegen
      • Wave Star Energy
  • Chapter Ten: Global Wind Energy Market
    • Wind Resources
      • Market Size
    • German Wind Energy Market
    • Spain's Wind Energy Market
    • Italy's Wind Energy Market
    • United Kingdom Wind Energy Market
      • Poland's Wind Energy Market
    • Turkey's Wind Energy Market
    • United States Wind Energy Market
      • Review of Leading Wind Power States
      • The U S. Power Industry and The Wind Component
      • Growth of The U S. Wind Power Industry
    • Canada's Wind Energy Market
    • China's Wind Energy Market
      • India's Wind Energy Market
    • Mexico's Wind Energy Market
    • Egypt's Wind Energy Market
    • Morroco's Wind Energy Market
    • Iran's Wind Energy Market
    • Australia's Wind Energy Market
    • New Zealand's Wind Energy Market
    • Additional Wind Energy Market Information
      • Wind Turbine Location and Size
      • Wind Turbine Project Categories
      • Nameplate Capacity Versus Typical Performance
    • Industry Growth
  • Chapter Eleven: Global Wave Energy Market
    • The Ocean Wave Energy Resource
    • Wave Energy Market Size
  • Chapter Twelve: Wave Energy Conversion Equipment Market
    • Wave Energy Conversion Equipment Market
  • Chapter Thirteen: Environmental Concerns of Wind and Wave Power
    • Wave Energy and Environment
      • Fish and Marine Life and Endangered Species
      • Visual Appearance and Acoustic Noise
      • Sedimentary Flow Patterns
      • Device Fluid Leaks
      • Recreational
    • Permitting Process in The U S
      • The Ferc Process
      • Excerpts from Wave Hub Environmental Statement
      • Case Study Wave Hub Energy Project
      • Wave Hub Environmental Scoping
    • Wind Energy and The Environment
      • Wind Power and Noise
      • Visual Impacts
      • Avian Effects
      • Electromagnetic Radiation
    • Excerpts from Capewind Energy Environmental Study
      • Air Quality
      • Avian
      • Protected Marine Resources
      • Finfish Resources and Commercial/Recreational Fisheries
      • Benthic and Shellfish Impacts
      • Submerged Aquatic Vegetation
      • Visual Resources
      • Construction
      • Land Alteration
      • Wetlands
      • Water Quality
      • Geology and Sediment Conditions
      • Telecommunication
    • Case Study of Blocked Wind Power Plant
  • Chapter Fourteen: Wind and Wave Power Market Implications of The Kyoto Protocol and The Clean Development Mechanism (Cdm)
    • Wind and Wave Power Market
    • How Much Renewable Capacity Would The Kyoto Protocol Require?
    • Financial Implications of The Clean Development Mechanism
    • What Will Happen after 2012?
    • The Prototype Carbon Fund
    • Kyoto Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in Australia
    • Kyoto Protocol Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in New Zealand
    • Kyoto Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in Canada
    • Kyoto Imact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in European Union
    • Kyoto Protocol Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in Poland
    • Kyoto Protocol Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in Austria
    • Kyoto Protocol Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in Belgium
    • Kyoto Protocol Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in Denmark
    • Kyoto Protocol Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in Finland
    • Kyoto Protocol Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in France
    • Kyoto Protocol Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in Germany
    • Kyoto Protocol Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in Greece
    • Kyoto Protocol Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in Ireland
    • Kyoto Protocol Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in Italy
    • Kyoto Protocol Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in Portugal
    • Kyoto Protocol Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in Spain
    • Kyoto Protocol Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in Sweden
    • Kyoto Protocol Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in The U K
    • Kyoto Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in Latin America
    • Kyoto Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in India
    • Kyoto Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in Turkey
    • Kyoto Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Markets in The Maghreb Nations of North Africa
    • Kyoto Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in China
    • Kyoto Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in Japan
    • Kyoto Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in The Philippines
    • Kyoto Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in Taiwan
    • Kyoto Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in Sub-Saharan Africa
    • Kyoto Impact on The Wind and Wave Energy Market in The United States
  • Chapter Fifteen: Wind and Wave Market Implications of Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate
    • Wind and Wave Market Implications
  • Chapter Sixteen: U S. Government Regulation and Impacts on Wind and Wave Energy
    • U S. Federal
    • U S. State and Local Government Agencies
    • Certification
    • Sound Levels
    • 20% Wind Scenario in 2030
    • Renewable Portfolio Standards
    • Permits and Local Support
    • Wind Farms Versus Other Power Stations
  • Chapter Seventeen: Wind Turbine Component Functionality
    • Rotor
    • Tower
    • Gearbox, Bearings, and Drive Train
    • Generator
    • Nacelle and Controls
    • Power Electronics
  • Chapter Eighteen: Wind Turbine and Component Technology Issues
    • Infrastructure
    • Operations Maintenance and Downtime
    • Availability
    • Reliability
    • Blades
    • Electric and Control Systems
    • Towers and Cranes
    • Gearbox and Bearings
    • Marine Wind Farms
  • Chapter Ninteen: Wind and Wave Associations and Consortiums
    • Global Wind Energy Council
    • African Wind Energy Association
    • American Wind Energy Association
    • British Wind Energy Association
    • European Wind Energy Association (Ewea)
    • German Wind Energy Association
    • Indian Wind Energy Association
    • Latin American Wind Energy Association
    • Canadian Wind Energy Association
    • Irish Wind Energy Association
    • New Zealand Wind Energy Association
    • South African Wind Association
    • Wind on The Wires
    • Aotearoa Wave and Tidal Energy Association
    • European Ocean Energy Association
    • Ocean Energy Council
  • Chapter Twenty: Wind and Wave Technology Patent Review
    • Patents by Region
    • Sample Wind Patent Abstracts
      • Variable Speed Wind Turbine
      • Wind Turbine Generator
      • Tower for A Wind Power Station
      • Method for Changing Removable Bearing for A Wind Turbine Generator
      • Composite Wind Turbine Rotor Blade and Method for Making Same
      • Patent Litigation in The Wind Turbine Industry
      • Repower vs. Ge Energy
      • Enercon vs. U S. Windpower, Inc
      • Vestas vs. Enercon
      • Southwest Windpower vs. Aeromax
      • Gamesa vs. General Electric
    • Sample Wave Patent Abstracts
      • Wave Energy Conversion System
      • Wave Power Plant
      • Buoyancy Pump Power System
      • Wave Power Assembly with An Electromagnetic Dampening Means
  • Appendix
    • Chinese Renewable Energy Law
      • Trial Measures for Pricing and Cost Sharing Management for Renewable Energy Power
  • Chapter I General Provisions
  • Chapter Ii Establishment of Electric Power Prices
  • Chapter Iii Payment and Sharing of Expenses
  • Chapter Iv Supplementary Provisions
    • Mandatory Renewable Energy Target (Mret)
      • Background
      • Operation of Mret
      • Interim Target Levels
      • Liable Parties
      • Eligible Renewable Energy
      • Renewable Energy Certificates
      • Annual Reporting
      • Role of Regulator
      • Mret Review Processes
    • Spain's Rd 661/2007
      • Introduction
      • Rd 661/2007-Principal Aspects
      • European Union 20 20 20 Climate Change Opportunity
      • Securing A Prosperous Europe in times of Change
      • The Key Principles
        • The Tools to Deliver The Targets
        • Updating The Emissions Trading System
        • Ghg Reductions beyond The Ets
        • A New Era for Renewable Energy
        • The Role of Energy Efficiency
        • Looking beyond 2020: Galvanizing The Potential for
        • Deeper Cuts in Emissions
        • Bringing about Change
        • The Particular Needs of Energy-Intensive
        • Industries
        • The Capacity to Invest
        • Conclusion
  • List of Summaries
    • Summary Table Global Market Forecast for Cumulative Wind and Wave Energy, through 2013 (Mw)
    • Summary Figure Global Market Forecast for Cumulative Wind and Wave Energy, 2007-2013 (Mw)
  • List of Tables
    • Table 1 Global Installed and Cumulative Wind Power Capacity, 1-Year Growth and Percentage of Global Capacity, by Country, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 2 U S. Utilities Market Share by Utility Type, 2007 (%)
    • Table 3 Estimated U S. Market Share of Wind Farm Owners, 2007 (%)
    • Table 4 Global Wind Energy Vendor Market Share in Mw, 2007 (%)
    • Table 5 Sample of Wind Energy Vendors with Production in China, 2007
    • Table 6 Definition of Wind Power Class and Density as Function of Speed
    • Table 7 Global Market Size and Forecast for Wind Turbine New Installations, through 2013 ($ Billions)
    • Table 8 Global Market Forecast for Wind Turbine Cumulative Power Capacity, through 2013 (Mw)
    • Table 9 Global Market Share Forecast for Wind Turbine Cumulative Power Capacity, 2007-2013 (%)
    • Table 10 European Market Forecast for Wind Turbine Cumulative Power Capacity, through 2013 (Mw)
    • Table 11 Germany's Installed, Cumulative, Percentage Growth and Percentage of World Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 12 Germany's Cumulative Capacity by Wind Turbine Classification, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 13 Spain's Installed, Cumulative, Percentage Growth and Percentage of World Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 14 Spain's Cumulative Capacity by Wind Turbine Classification, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 15 Italy's Installed, Cumulative, Percentage Growth and Percentage of World Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 16 Italy's Cumulative Capacity by Wind Turbine Classification, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 17 U K. Installed, Cumulative, Percentage Growth and Percentage of World Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 18 U K. Cumulative Capacity by Wind Turbine Classification, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 19 U K. Wind Energy Farms under Construction
    • Table 20 Poland's Installed, Cumulative, Percentage Growth and Percentage of World Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 21 Poland's Cumulative Capacity by Wind Turbine Classification, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 22 Turkey's Installed, Cumulative, Percentage Growth and Percentage of World Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 23 Turkey's Cumulative Capacity by Wind Turbine Classification, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 24 North American Market Forecast for Wind Turbine Cumulative Power Capacity, through 2013 (Mw)
    • Table 25 United States Installed, Cumulative, Percentage Growth and Percentage of World Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 26 United States Cumulative Capacity by Wind Turbine Classification, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 27 Capacity of Wind Turbine Systems by Leading State, Percentage of Total U S. Wind Power, and Total State Electrical Power, 2008 (Mw/%)
    • Table 28 Breakdown of Electricity Production Sources in The U S , 2006 ('000s Mwh/%)
    • Table 29 Canada's Installed, Cumulative, Percentage Growth and Percentage of World Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 30 Canada's Cumulative Capacity by Wind Turbine Classification, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 31 Asian Market Forecast for Wind Turbine Cumulative Power Capacity, through 2013 (Mw)
    • Table 32 China's Installed, Cumulative, Percentage Growth and Percentage of World Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 33 China's Cumulative Capacity by Wind Turbine Classification, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 34 India's Installed, Cumulative, Percentage Growth and Percentage of World Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 35 India's Cumulative Capacity by Wind Turbine Classification, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 36 India's State-Wise Wind Power Installed Capacity (Mw)
    • Table 37 Latin America's Market Forecast for Wind Turbine Cumulative Power Capacity, through 2013 (Mw)
    • Table 38 Brazil's Installed, Cumulative, Percentage Growth and Percentage of World Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 39 Brazil's Cumulative Capacity by Wind Turbine Classification, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 40 Mexico's Installed, Cumulative, Percentage Growth and Percentage of World Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 41 Mexico's Cumulative Capacity by Wind Turbine Classification, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 42 Africa and Middle East Market Forecast for Wind Turbine Cumulative Power Capacity, through 2013 (Mw)
    • Table 43 Egypt's Installed, Cumulative, Percentage Growth and Percentage of World Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 44 Egypt's Cumulative Capacity by Wind Turbine Classification, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 45 Morroco's Proposed Wind Projects, 2007-2010
    • Table 46 Morroco's Installed, Cumulative, Percentage Growth and Percentage of World Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 47 Morroco's Cumulative Capacity by Wind Turbine Classification, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 48 Iran's Installed, Cumulative, Percentage Growth and Percentage of World Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 49 Iran's Cumulative Capacity by Wind Turbine Classification, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 50 Pacific Region Market Forecast for Wind Turbine Cumulative Power Capacity, through 2013 (Mw)
    • Table 51 Australia's Installed, Cumulative, Percentage Growth and Percentage of World Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 52 Australia's Cumulative Capacity by Wind Turbine Classification, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 53 New Zealand's Installed, Cumulative, Percentage Growth and Percentage of World Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 54 New Zealand's Cumulative Capacity by Wind Turbine Classification, 2007 (Mw)
    • Table 55 New Zealand's Proposed Wind Farms by Region, (Mw)
    • Table 56 Rest of World Market Forecast for Wind Turbine Cumulative Power Capacity, through 2013 (Mw)
    • Table 57 Wind Turbine Project Categories (Mw)
    • Table 58 Global Market Forecast for Wave Energy Converting Devices, through 2013 (Mw)
    • Table 59 Number of Wave Energy Converting Device Companies by Country, 2007
    • Table 60 Wave Devices by Type, 2007 (%)
    • Table 61 Wave Device Companies by Stage of Development
    • Table 62 List of Wave Device Companies
    • Table 63 Carbon Offsets Potential from Bulk Power Renewable Energy Technologies
    • Table 64 Cdm Statistics
    • Table 65 U S. States with Renewable Portfolio Standards, Target Amount and Year (%)
    • Table 66 Wind Turbine Major Components
    • Table 67 Wind Energy Patents by Region, 2002-2007 (No. of Patents/%)
    • Table 68 Recent U S. Patents for Wind Turbines
  • List of Figures
    • Figure 1 New Wind Power Capacity in Leading Wind Power Nations, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 2 Cumulative Wind Power Capacity of Leading Wind Power Nations, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 3 One-Year Growth of Wind Power Capacity in Leading Wind Power Nations, 2007 (%)
    • Figure 4 Global Wind Power Capacity of Leading Countries, 2007 (%)
    • Figure 5 Number of Wave Energy Converting Device Companies, by Country, 2007
    • Figure 6 U S. Utilities Market Share by Utility Type, 2007 (%)
    • Figure 7 U S. Market Share of Leading Wind Farm Owners, 2007 (%)
    • Figure 8 Utility-Scale Wind Turbine Industry Structure
    • Figure 9 Global Wind Energy Vendor Market Share in Mw, 2007 (%)
    • Figure 10 Global Market Size and Forecast for Wind Turbine New Installations, 2007-2013 ($ Billions)
    • Figure 11 Global Market Share Forecast for Wind Turbine Cumulative Power Capacity, 2007 (%)
    • Figure 12 Global Market Share Forecast for Wind Turbine Cumulative Power Capacity, 2008 (%)
    • Figure 13 Global Market Share Forecast for Wind Turbine Cumulative Power Capacity, 2013 (%)
    • Figure 14 Germany's Installed and Cumulative Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 15 Spain's Installed and Cumulative Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 16 Italy's Installed and Cumulative Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 17 U K. Installed and Cumulative Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 18 Poland's Installed and Cumulative Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 19 Turkey's Installed and Cumulative Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 20 United States Installed and Cumulative Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 21 United States Capacity of Wind Turbine Systems by Leading States, 2008 (Mw)
    • Figure 22 Capacity of Leading U S. Wind Power Leading States, 2008 (%)
    • Figure 23 Wind Power Capacity as Percentage of Total Leading States Electrical Capacity, 2008 (%)
    • Figure 24 Breakdown of Electricity Production Sources in The U S , 2006 (%)
    • Figure 25 Canada's Installed and Cumulative Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 26 China's Installed and Cumulative Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 27 China's Cumulative Percentage Share of Wind Turbine Power by Province, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 28 India's Installed and Cumulative Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 29 Brazil's Installed and Cumulative Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 30 Mexico's Installed and Cumulative Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 31 Egypt's Installed and Cumulative Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 32 Morroco's Installed and Cumulative Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 33 Iran's Installed and Cumulative Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 34 Australia's Installed and Cumulative Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 35 New Zealand's Installed and Cumulative Capacity for Wind Turbine Power, 2007 (Mw)
    • Figure 36 Wave Energy Levels
    • Figure 37 Global Market Forecast for Wave Energy Converting Devices, 2007-2013 (Mw)
    • Figure 38 Number of Wave Energy Converting Device Companies by Country, 2007
    • Figure 39 Wave Devices by Technology Type, 2007 (%)
    • Figure 40 Wave Device Companies by Stage of Development (%)
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