GE installed 6,405.92MW from a total capacity of 12,747.25MW across the US in 2021, or 50.2% of the total, according to the newly-released figures.
However, GE’s market share fell from 2020, when it installed almost 53% of the total capacity.
Vestas installed the next highest capacity in 2021 with 28.2% of the total, or 3,599.35MW. But once again, this represented a fall – of more than five percentage points – compared with the company’s 2020 figure for installed capacity.
Nordex saw the biggest climb in market share according to the latest figures, with 11.2% of the total capacity installed in 2021, compared to just 2.6% in 2020.
Meanwhile, Siemens Gamesa installed 1,274.91MW in the US in 2021, or 10% of the total. This represented a small increase in market share for the company, compared to 2020 when it installed 8.5% of total capacity.
Goldwind dropped from 1.1% of the total installed capacity in 2020 to nothing in 2021.
Overall, total installed capacity in the US fell by almost a quarter, year-on-year, with 12,747.25MW installed in 2021, compared to 17,193.34MW in 2020.
The ACP counts capacity as being commissioned only once the full project was brought online.