Supply Chain Bottlenecks Could Trip Up Wind Sector's Sprint
- Jan 11, 2019 3:00 pm GMT
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Consulting group Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables is warning players all across the wind energy sector that as many as one of every four projects slated for development over the next two years could be at risk due to unprecedented supply chain bottlenecks.
More than 23 gigawatts of new wind energy capacity is forecast to be built in the US over the next two years, much of it driven by the expected end of federal Production Tax Credits. But supply chain bottlenecks could lead to project cancellations and postponements, a new study says.
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