Coronavirus headwinds: Wind sector forecasts slide but record year still expected

Michael Holder
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The latest forecasts demonstrate the resilience of the wind sector, according to Bloomberg
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The latest forecasts demonstrate the resilience of the wind sector, according to Bloomberg

BloombergNEF downgrades its 2020 growth forecasts for global wind power capacity as pandemic disrupts supply chains

The global wind power industry looks set for yet another record year of growth in 2020, even taking into account dampened activity and supply chain disruption caused by the coronavirus outbreak, according...

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