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Inside look at specialty power cable demand and use in the renewable energy sector

Posted On: 25-05-2017 By: Katherine Eveland

The renewable energy sector is one to watch among power cable producers. The sector is growing quickly and has a strong outlook for specialty power cable demand over the next five years.

This is particularly true for wind power and solar photovoltaic (PV) produced electricity, two of the fastest growing renewable sources of electricity across the globe. The Market for Specialty Cable report Editor, Louisa Winnik, discusses the use and demand of specialty power cable within the renewable energy market for both on and offshore wind power, low voltage solar PV cables and medium voltage solar PV cables. The full discussion also touches on definitions, consumption, capacity, and some forecasts from the Renewables chapter from report.

Below you will find extracts from the discussion as well as steps on how to download the full PDF.

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Specialty power cable demand and use in the renewable energy sector PDF

Q: Where are the key consumers of specialty cable in the wind sector based?

A: We have identified nine major turbine producing countries – China, USA, Denmark, Brazil, Germany, India, Spain, Portugal and Japan. Around 60% of all nacelle production is in China and the USA

Q: So how big is the solar market?

A: Demand for specialty solar power cables is driven by local demand as they are used to connect the PV cells in an array. As a result, the largest demand for solar PV cables was in China, Japan and…

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