Coming to America -- The Deepening Roots of the U.S. Wind Power Supply Chain

Bode, Denise; Maves, Tom
July 2011
Electric Light & Power;Jul/Aug2011, Vol. 89 Issue 4, p38
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the development of the U.S. wind power's supply chain. It says that only one original equipment manufacturer (OEM) built wind turbines in 2005 until various OEMs assembled nacelles and wind turbines in 2010. It discusses the evolutionary migration of supply chain. It mentions the supply chain initiative launched by the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) years ago to improve the supply chain and the expected increase in the number of U.S. wind power projects in 2011.


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