The second largest wind turbine manufacturer in China is picking up market share in the US. The article attributes this gain to a failure of the US government to extend an otherwise soon-to-expire production tax credit on wind energy. Indirectly, the article also suggests that Goldwind's turbines may be increasingly competitive with established turbine makers like Vestas and GE.
What I found interesting was the apparent multinationality of the company's operations and manufacturing. The towers and a majority of the blades come from US companies, and the company hosts a research and development team in Germany.