FTI: Sinks short-term forecast, but raises the longer-term

Trends on the Chinese and Brazilian wind markets have prompted FTI Intelligence to sink its estimates for wind turbine installations,  but only in the short term.

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Primarily as a result of trends on the Chinese wind market and in Brazil, consultancy firm FTI Intelligence has lowered its estimates – in the short term – for global wind turbine installations.

Estimates for the medium-term, meanwhile, have been raised, according to a new report from the consultancy firm.

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