German market has become "negligible" for Nordex

In a period of three years, the German OEM's domestic market has gone from complete primacy to practically zilch for Nordex, which maintains a pessimistic outlook on the market's resurgence both this year and in 2021.

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In 2016, Germany was still Nordex' most important market. More than a quarter of the year's combined capacity was installed domestically, with the federal republic also accounting for 75 percent of production as well as hosting half the group's total staff.

Fast forward three years, and Germany is still Nordex' main country in terms of personnel and manufactured units – even though the home-market employee head count is down to one in three, while less than half of last year's 3 GW in installed capacity occurred within national borders.

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