New study focuses on wind O&M strategies

IHS Emerging Energy Research has released a new study, U.S. Wind O&M Strategies: 2012-2025, to help the industry better understand the burgeoning wind industry market.

Approximately 12 GW of new wind capacity is expected to be added in 2012. By 2025, IHS EER estimates that nearly 75,000 units will be installed, from 40,000 units today – resulting in an aging fleet which is geographically and technologically diverse spread across numerous owners.

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