The global wind energy supply chain is exposed to many internal and external challenging factors. This comes at a time when political momentum is growing to set a target for the tripling of renewable energy capacity by 2030, to support the delivery of 1.5°C scenarios which see wind energy as the backbone of a future power system.

This report outlines the status of the global wind supply chain under business-as-usual (BAU) and net zero scenarios for growth to 2030, investigates future macro geopolitical and economic outlooks impacting the supply chain, and presents the priorities for industry and policymakers to put the industry back on track to deliver on global decarbonisation goals.

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Source: Global Wind Energy Council