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As of 2022, the global wind power market size is $100.66 billion.There are currently 70,800 wind turbines across the U.S.Since 2005, there have been roughly 3,000 wind turbines built in the U.S. each year.15 LARGEST WIND POWER COMPANIES IN THE WORLD
2022 Annual Revenue: $77.08 Billion
Munich, Germany
25,889.00 MW
Siemens AG is a 173-year-old technology company that played a major role in electricity’s early years. Now, with approximately 293,000 employees around the globe, Siemens is one of the largest technology companies in the world.
Its offerings span the fields of cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, sustainable energy, infrastructure, transportation, medical technology, finance, and more.
2.General Electric
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
2022 Annual Revenue: $74.165 Billion
39,144.10 MW
GE Renewable Energy is a wind turbine supplier for both onshore and offshore wind farms.
It has installed over 49,000 wind turbines and enough renewable energy sources to produce 400 gigawatts (GW) of energy around the world. These include hydropower and hybrid energy projects in addition to wind turbines.
As of 2019, the company has 389 wind projects in the U.S. that have an operating capacity of 39,144.10 MW.
3.Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
2021 Annual Revenue: $33.42 Billion
Tokyo, Japan
3,963.55 MW
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is a global organization that works in heavy equipment and machinery, engines, engineering, nuclear power, defense, and aviation, to name just a few of its business domains.
4.RWE Renewables Americas
Chicago, Illinois
2021 Annual Revenue: $24.946 Billion
4,300 MW (2021)
RWE Renewables bought out E.ON Climate and Renewables North America in 2019, and now operates 27 wind farms across the U.S.
RWE is involved in developing, constructing, and operating each of its projects.
5.Vestas Blades America
2021 Annual Revenue: $15.6 Billion
Aarhus, Denmark
23,249.61 MW
Vestas designs, manufactures, installs, and services wind turbines in 83 countries. The company has over 25,000 employees around the world and has installed over 66,000 wind turbines.
6.Renewable Energy Systems Americas
Broomfield, CO
2021 Annual Revenue: $3.2 Billion
3,301.72 MW
RES has had a presence in the U.S. since 1997 and in 2001 built a wind farm that was the world’s largest at that time.
Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.
2021 Annual Revenue: $2.133 Billion
6,276.84 MW
A part of the Iberdrola Group, Avangrid Renewables provides onshore and offshore wind power and solar power to its clients across 20 U.S. states, which range from utility companies to commercial and industrial organizations.
8.Florida power and Light
Juno Beach, Florida, U.S.A.
2021 Annual Revenue: $692 Million
13,072.55 MW
NextEra Energy Resources is an American company that develops, constructs, and operates power generation facilities, electric transmission lines, natural gas pipelines, and energy storage facilities.
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2021 Annual Revenue: $403 Million
Pune, India
3,378.30 MW
Through its subsidiary Suzlon Wind Energy Corporation (SWECO), Suzlon has been operating in North America since 2001. Its more than 80 wind projects span Canada and 18 U.S. states.
Suzlon develops, manufactures, and installs its wind turbines in addition to offering post-sale services such as maintenance, safety services, and 24-hour monitoring.
Suzlon does this through the Suzlon Monitoring Center (SMC) in Chicago where its employees can view data from the 2,420 wind turbines in North America, South America, and Europe on behalf of their customers.
10.EDP Renewables North America LLC
Houston, Texas, U.S.A
2021 Annual Revenue: €1,758 Million
6,518.20 MW
Owned by EDP Renewables, a Spanish company, EDP Renewables North America operates 53 wind farms and eight solar parks in the U.S., Mexico, and Canada.
The company began in 1998 as Zilkha Renewable Energy and then in 2005, Goldman Sachs bought and renamed it Horizon Wind Energy.
11.EDF Renewables North America
San Diego, California, U.S.A.
2021 Annual Revenue: $366,561 Million
5,011.63 MW
EDF Renewables North America is a part of EDF Group, which is based in Paris and serves Europe, South America, North America, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa through its subsidiaries.
12.Apex Clean Energy
Charlottesville, Virginia
2021 Annual Revenue: $18.2 Million
3,172.15 MW
Apex Clean Energy was founded in 2009 and later that year purchased the wind energy assets of GGW Renewable Resources, the first in a long line of wind energy acquisitions.
Now, Apex Clean Energy has completed 15 wind power facilities and one solar power facility. It’s also financed 6,451 MW of renewable energy for other organizations.
13.Invenergy LLC
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.
2021 Annual Revenue: N/A
6,885.93 MW
Invenergy is a privately-owned American company that works with wind and solar energy, energy storage, natural gas, and water treatment.
The company is based in Chicago, but it also has locations in Canada, Europe, Japan, and Latin America.
14.Enel Green Power North America
Andover, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
2021 Annual Revenue: N/A
6,265.00 MW (2021)
Enel Green Power is present in 28 countries on five continents, including North America. Its U.S. operations work in 18 different states to provide hydro, wind, solar, and geothermal energy.
15.Pioneer Green Energy
Austin, Texas
2021 Annual Revenue: N/A
Pioneer Green Energy develops both wind and solar energy facilities across the U.S. All of its wind projects are in Texas, as the company is based in Austin, but its solar facilities are in California and Maryland.
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