Vestas Wind Systems continued to be the biggest wind turbine maker in the world in 2011, followed by Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology and General Electric, according to a study by Navigant Consulting's BTM Consult unit. Vestas captured 12.9% of the global market, while Xinjiang Goldwind and GE got 9.4% and 8.8%, respectively, the report showed. China was the biggest wind power market last year, accounting for 17.6 gigawatts of new capacity, while the U.S. was second with 6.8 GW, BTM said.

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