Consultant sees room for more wind players in the US

The wind turbine market will continue to be dominated by GE, Vestas and Siemens until the end of 2020 but will see the addition of other players, says Navigant, which does not see Trump further tinkering with the PTC scheme.

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The US wind market is dominated by the three major players GE, Vestas and Siemens, but ahead to the end of 2020 there will be such strong market prospects that there will also be room for other players.

This is according to Bruce Hamilton, who is head of energy at consultancy firm Navigant, speaking to Ritzau Finans.

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