Subsidy cut will hurt China’s wind power market in the 2020s
About the report
The central government announced a series of notices in Q1 2020 to reduce the central financial subsidy for wind power. The subsidy reduction will have significant impact on China's wind power outlook in the near- to mid-term, especially for the offshore wind power market. This report explores how the new policies will impact China's wind power outlook, for both the onshore and offshore wind power markets.
About the analyst
Xiaoyang Li focuses on China’s wind power market, specifically market developments, future scenarios, supply chain dynamics and competitive strategies across the value chain. By closely monitoring industry actors, policy developments, markets and technology trends, Xiaoyang provides clients with insightful and relevant research.