Broadwind Energy Revenue 2006-2018 | BWEN

Broadwind Energy revenue from 2006 to 2018. Revenue can be defined as the amount of money a company receives from its customers in exchange for the sales of goods or services. Revenue is the top line item on an income statement from which all costs and expenses are subtracted to arrive at net income.
Broadwind Energy Annual Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2018 $125
2017 $147
2016 $181
2015 $199
2014 $226
2013 $216
2012 $211
2011 $186
2010 $137
2009 $185
2008 $207
2007 $30
2006 $4
2005 $2
Broadwind Energy Quarterly Revenue
(Millions of US $)
Q4 2018 $27
Q3 2018 $31
Q2 2018 $37
Q1 2018 $30
Q4 2017 $18
Q3 2017 $30
Q2 2017 $43
Q1 2017 $56
Q4 2016 $48
Q3 2016 $43
Q2 2016 $43
Q1 2016 $47
Q4 2015 $38
Q3 2015 $50
Q2 2015 $63
Q1 2015 $49
Q4 2014 $43
Q3 2014 $55
Q2 2014 $68
Q1 2014 $59
Q4 2013 $56
Q3 2013 $61
Q2 2013 $53
Q1 2013 $46
Q4 2012 $45
Q3 2012 $55
Q2 2012 $56
Q1 2012 $54
Q4 2011 $55
Q3 2011 $48
Q2 2011 $39
Q1 2011 $44
Q4 2010 $48
Q3 2010 $34
Q2 2010 $34
Q1 2010 $22
Q4 2009 $32
Q3 2009 $60
Q2 2009 $52
Q1 2009 $53
Q4 2008 $68
Q3 2008 $64
Q2 2008 $41
Q1 2008 $35
Q4 2007 $22
Q3 2007 $3
Q2 2007 $3
Q1 2007 $2
Q4 2006 $3
Q3 2006 $1
Q2 2006 $0
Q1 2006 $1
Q4 2005 $1
Q3 2005 $1
Q2 2005 $0
Q1 2005 $1
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Industrial Products General Industrial Machinery $0.026B $0.125B
Broadwind Energy is a precision manufacturer of structures, equipment & components for clean tech and other specialized applications. Their most significant presence is within the U.S. wind energy industry, although they have diversified into other industrial markets in order to improve their capacity utilization and reduce their exposure to uncertainty related to favorable governmental policies currently supporting the U.S. wind energy industry. Within the U.S. wind energy industry, they provide products primarily to wind turbine manufacturers. Outside of the wind energy market, they provide precision gearing and specialty weldments to a broad range of industrial customers for oil and gas, mining, steel and other industrial applications.
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