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The project logistics market in India is pegged at INR 200 bn in 2010 and is growing at a CAGR of 20%. Rapid core infrastructure development along with investment planned by the Government of India and private players will drive the project logistics market. http://www.bharatbook.com/market-research-reports/business-forecast-outlook-market-research-report/project-logistics-market-in-india-2011.html The report begins with an introduction to the project logistics… » read more

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2012 Deep Research Report on China Wind Power Converter Industry was published by QYResearch Wind Energy Research Center on Jan 2012. It was a professional and depth research report on China Wind Power Converter Industry. We focus on China’s domestic market in this report and make a comprehensive and objective reflection of the status of… » read more

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The report provides the status of global and geography wise installed as well as expected wind energy installations. The influencing factors for this market including drivers, restraints and opportunities have been discussed for probing the current and expected trends in future. The report focuses on the wind energy outlook across major countries such as U.S,… » read more

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Wind energy is considered to be a clean, renewable resource, and is available in abundance across all regions. The business of generating electricity from wind is rapidly growing and is set to expand as the US, China and the Rest of the World (ROW) look for cleaner, more sustainable ways to generate electricity. The markets… » read more

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Wind is the clean renewable energy source available in abundance across all regions of the world. Wind has mushroomed as a growing and booming business across the globe. For ages, human beings are using coal as their main energy source. However, coal is the major pollutant among the energy sources. Among other alternative, nuclear energy… » read more

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In dynamic industries characterized by technological innovation, increasing product performance and tremendous growth, industry leaders rely on tested, current data to make business decisions that are critical to growth and profitability. Today‘s Wind Energy industry is one such market. Business leaders and decision makers need the most current information in a concise format to drive… » read more

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Over the last decade, China has been strengthening its position in wind energy generation and gradually emerged as the first largest installed base of wind turbines in the world. The wind turbine manufacturing sector in China is experiencing a rapid development, as lots of domestic manufacturers have emerged within a short span of time. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=218320&rt=Growth-Opportunities-in-Chinese-Wind-Energy-Market-2011-2016-Trends-Forecast-and-Opportunity-Analysis.html… » read more

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“2011-2015 Deep Research Report on Global and China Solar Cell and Module Industry” was professional and depth research report on global and China Solar Cell and Module industry. Firstly, the report has introduced Solar Cell and Module basic information such as Solar Cell and Module definition classification and manufacturing process product specifications. Then introduced global… » read more

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Wind power is resultant from uneven heating of the Earth`s surface from the Sun and the warm centre. Most modern wind power is generated in the form of electricity by converting the rotation of turbine blades into Wind Energy into electrical current through an electrical generator. Windmills is a much older technology that generated wind… » read more

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The world is currently facing two potentially contradictory developments: that of increasing global energy supply to meet a growing demand for energy; and that of tackling global warming by lowering emissions of carbon dioxide. This situation creates an opportunity for hydropower, which is a low-carbon energy source, capable of supplying substantial quantities of power throughout… » read more

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