Focus moves to China's offshore wind opportunities as onshore profit margins shrink

Suffering from shrinking profit margins from onshore wind farm projects since the beginning of 2011, China's wind turbine manufacturers are now looking for growth opportunities in offshore projects. We recently met with the Energy Research Institute of National Development and Reform Commission (NDR...

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