Capacitors For Renewable Energy Systems: World Market Outlook

Capacitors For Renewable Energy Systems: World Market Outlook: 2013-2018

Paumanok, Date of Publication: Jan 17, 2013, 125 Pages


 

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This new report analyzes the global market for capacitors consumed in renewable energy systems, including plastic film capacitors, aluminum electrolytic capacitors and EDLC supercapacitor markets in solar energy, wind turbine, tidal energy and geothermal markets worldwide. The study addresses the changing European market in 2013 and the shift in renewable energy demand to new venues in China, Japan, North and South America, India and the Middle East as a result of changing government incentive programs worldwide. The study focuses on specific demand for capacitors used in renewable energy systems by dielectric, including multiple sub-types of polypropylene and polyester plastic film capacitors, large can and snap mount aluminum electrolytic capacitors and large can electric double layer carbon supercapacitors and their specific requirements in various types of renewable energy systems including voltage ranges, capacitance values, ripple currents and additional technical attributes associated with capacitors. The study also addresses specific capacitor applications in renewable energy systems by type and circuit applications, including those in wind and solar inverters, wind turbine motor drive assemblies, DC link circuits, snubber circuits, interference suppression, power supplies and geothermal DC pump motors. Global markets are addressed, including the value of consumption for capacitors by dielectric in solar and wind power systems including regional and country-by-country analysis. A complete analysis of the capacitor supply chain to the renewable energy market is shown as is a detailed analysis of the global customer base in inverters, wind equipment aggregators, solar equipment aggregators, tidal energy equipment manufacturers and geothermal equipment manufacturers. An competitive analysis of capacitor vendors to the global renewable energy market space is give as are market shares based upon capacitor type and dielectric. Market forecasts are given for capacitor consumption in renewable energy systems by type (solar, wind, tidal, geothermal) and dielectric (plastic film, aluminum, EDLC supercapacitor) to 2018.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. About this report

II. Focus of This Specific Report

III. Research Methodology

IV. Primary Conclusions of This Report

1.0 INTRODUCTION & MARKET OVERVIEW

1.1 IMF and The Global Economic Outlook: 2013 12
1.2 The Importance of The European Market For Renewable Energy Systems: 13
1.3 The European Market and The Coming Changes in Feed-­‐In Tariffs For Renewable Energy Systems . 13
1.3.1 Italian Market Hard Hit by conto Energia V 13
1.3.2 German Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) 13
1.4 Manufacturers Focus on New and Emerging Markets: 2013 14
1.4.1 The USA and China Markets and Government Tax Incentive Programs . 14
1.4.2 Production Tax Credit (PTC) Trends in The USA 14
1.4.3 Pricing Trends in Growth Markets for 2013 . 15
1.5 Forecasted Installation Trends in Solar and Wind Technology: . 15
1.6 Renewable Energy Competition With Traditional Energy Resources: . 15
1.6.1 Installed Wind Capacity and Forecasted Outlook to 2030 15
1.6.1 Installed Solar Capacity and Forecasted Outlook to 2030 15
1.7 The Importance and Outlook For Grid Parity 16
1.8 Importance of Inverters In Renewable Energy System: 17
1.9 Importance of the DC Link Circuit in Renewable Energy Systems: . 17

2.0 CAPACITOR DIELECTRICS USED IN RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS: 2013

2.1 Capacitor Types Consumed in Renewable Energy Systems: FY 2013: . 19
2.1.1 Plastic Film Capacitors: 19
2.1.1 (A) Polypropylene Film Capacitors 19
2.1.1 (A1) MKP Metalized Plastic Filtering Capacitors 20
2.1.1 (A2) MKV-­‐Power Factor Correction Capacitors 21
2.1.1 (A3) Motor Run Capacitors/Geothermal . 21
2.1.1 (A4) Snubber Capacitors . 23
2.1.1 (B) DC Film Capacitors . 23
2.1.1 (B1) MKT Metallized Plastic Filtering Capacitors 24
2.1.1 (B2) Interference Suppression Capacitors 24
2.1.1 (B2.1) Type X Capacitors: . 24
2.1.1 (B2.2) Type Y Capacitors 24
2.1.1 (C ) Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors 25
2.1.1 (C1) Large Can Screw Terminal Aluminum Capacitors . 25
2.1.1 (C2) Snap Mount Aluminum Capacitors . 25
2.1.1 (D) Carbon Supercapacitors . 25
2.1.1 (C1) Large Can Double Layer Carbon Capacitors . 25
2.2 Capacitor Technology Requirements For Renewable Energy Systems . 26
2.2.1 Operating Voltages: 26
2.2.2 Capacitance Values: 26
2.2.3 High Frequency Ripple Currents: . 27
2.2.4 Inductance: 27
2.2.5 Operating Temperature Range: 28
2.2.6 Operating Life: 28
2.2.7 Dissipation Factor: 28
2.2.8 Equivalent Series Resistance: 28
2.2.9 Peak Voltages:. 28
2.2.10 Termination Technology: . 29
2.2.11 Dry Versus Wet Construction: 29
2.2.12 Size Reduction: 29
2.2.13 Cost Reduction: . 29

3.0 CAPACITOR APPLICATIONS IN RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS: 2013

3.1 Capacitor Applications In Wind Energy Systems: 2013 30
3.1.1 Capacitor Applications in Motor Drives In Wind Energy Systems: 2013 . 30
3.1.1 (A) Capacitors for Pitch Control and Nacelle Adjustment 30
3.1.2 Capacitor Applications For Power Conversion In Wind Energy Systems: 2013 . 31
3.1.2 (A) DC Link Capacitors . 31
3.1.2 (B) Snubber Capacitors 31
3.1.2 (C ) Filtering Capacitors. 31
3.1.3 Capacitor Applications For Power Quality In Wind Energy Systems: 2013 31
3.1.3 (A) Electric Power Meter Capacitors . 31
3.1.3 (B) Voltage Regulation and VARS Support Capacitors . 31
3.1.4 Capacitor Applications in Solar Energy Systems: 2013 . 33
3.1.4 (A) Capacitor Applications For Power Conversion in Solar Energy Systems: 2013 33
3.1.4 (A1) DC Link Capacitors 33
3.1.4 (A2) Snubber Capacitors . 33
3.1.4 (A3) Filtering Capacitors . 33
3.1.4 (A4) Power Supply Capacitors 33
3.1.5 Capacitor Applications in Geothermal Renewable Energy Systems: 2013 35
3.1.5 (A) Capacitor Applications In Geothermal Heat Exchangers: 2013 . 35
3.1.5 (A1) Motor Run Capacitors 35
3.1.6 Capacitor Applications in Emerging Renewable Energy System Markets: FY 2013 . 35

4.0 CAPACITOR MARKETS IN RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS: 2013

4.1 Global Value of Demand For Capacitors Consumed in Renewable Energy Systems:
2013 Outlook 37
4.2 Global Value of Demand For Capacitors Consumed In Renewable Energy Systems By
End-­‐Use Market Segment (Solar, Wind, Tidal, Geothermal, Other): 2013 . 38
4.2.1 The Difference Between Capacitor Consumption in Solar Versus Wind Systems: 2012-­‐2013 38
4.2.2 Average Capacitor Volume and Value Requirements in Solar Inverters and Total Solar Inverter
Consumption Volume 2012 and 2013 Forecasts . 39
4.2.3 Average Capacitor Consumption Value Per Wind Turbine and Total Wind Turbine
Consumption 2012 and 2013 Forecasts 39
4.2.4 Impact of Overall Systems Price Erosion in 2012 and 2013 39
4.3 Global Value of Demand For Capacitors Consumed in Renewable Energy Systems by
Capacitor Type (Plastic Film, Aluminum, Carbon, Other): 2013. 40
4.4 Historical Value of Global Consumption for Capacitors in Renewable Energy: 41
4.6 Global Value of Demand For Capacitors Consumed in Renewable Energy Systems by
Capacitor Type and End-­‐Use Market Segment: 2013 42
4.7 Global Consumption Value for Capacitors in Renewable Energy Systems by World
Region: 2013 42
4.7.1 Capacitors Consumed in Solar Energy Systems By World Region: 2012 . 43
4.7.2 Capacitors Consumed in Wind Energy Systems By World Region: 2012 44
4.9 Forecasted Changes in Global Consumption for Capacitors Consumed in Renewable
Energy Systems By World Region For 2013 . 45
4.9 Global Consumption Value for Capacitors Consumed in Renewable Energy Systems by
Key Country: 2013 . 45

5.0 CUSTOMERS FOR CAPACITORS USED IN RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS: 2013

5.1.2 Renewable Energy Inverter Manufacturers: 2013 . 47
5.1.2 (C) Fronius International GmbH 47
5.1.2 (D) Schneider (Xantrex) 48
5.1.2 (E) KACO New Energy GmbH 48
5.1.2 (F) Siemens AG 48
5.1.2 (G) Sputnik Engineering GmbH 49
5.1.2 (H) Ingeteam Energy SA 49
5.1.2 (I) General Electric . 50
5.1.2 (J) Satcon Technology Corp 50
5.1.2 (K) Magnatek . 51
5.1.2 (L) Mastervolt. 51
5.1.2 (M) SWEA Europe BV . 52
5.1.2 (N) REFUSol GmbH 52
5.1.2 (A) Competitive Environment in Inverter Supply To The Renewable Energy Market: 2012 52
5.1.3 Global Inverter Vendors: 2012 Estimated Sales & Market Shares 53
5.1.4 The Global Inverter Markets in 2013 . 54
5.1.4 (A) Global Market Value for Solar Inverters: 2012 55
5.1.4 (B) Solar Inverter Market By World Region: 2012 . 55
5.1.4 (C) Global Market Value for Wind Inverters: 2012. 56
5.1.4 (D) Wind Inverter Market By World Region: 2012 56
5.1.4 (E) Total Inverter Consumption Value By World Region: 2012 57
5.1.5 Turnkey Solar Integrators: 2013 57
5.1.5 (A) Enerparc AG 58
5.1.5 (B) Juwi Holding AG. 58
5.1.5 (C) First Solar, Inc. 58
5.1.5 (D) SunPower Corp 59
5.1.5 (E) Phoenix Solar AG . 60
5.1.5 (F) Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd., 60
5.1.5 (G) Solon SE (Microsol) 60
5.1.5 (H) Mainstream Energy Corporation . 61
5.1.6 The Top Six Solar Equipment Aggregators in The World: 2012 62
5.1.6 (A) Changes In Annual Revenues for the Solar Peer Group: 2010, 2011, 2012; 2013-­‐2018
Forecasts By Vendor . 62
5.1.7 Turnkey Wind Turbine Integrators: 2013 . 63
5.1.7 (A) Vestas Wind Systems A/S . 63
5.1.7 (B) ABB Wind Power Solutions 64
5.1.7 (C) Siemens AG Wind Energy 64
5.1.7 (D) General Electric . 65
5.1.7 (E) Sinovel Wind Group Company Limited . 65
5.1.7 (F) DeWind 66
5.1.7 (G) Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology Co., Ltd 67
5.1.7 (H) Gamesa Corporación Tecnológica . 67
5.1.7 (I) Enercon GmbH 68
5.1.7 (J) Suzlon Energy Limited . 69
5.1.7 (K) Guodian United Power . 70
5.1.7 (L) Nordex SE . 71
5.1.7 (M) Clipper Wind Power . 71
5.1.7 Global Wind Power Aggregators: 2012 Market Shares 72
5.1.7 Changes In Annual Revenues for the Wind Peer Group: 2010, 2011, 2012; 2013-­‐2018 Forecasts
By Vendor 72
5.1.8 Peripheral & Emerging Equipment Suppliers To The Renewable Energy Markets: 2013: . 73
5.1.8 (A) Geothermal Equipment Manufacturers: . 73
5.1.8 (A1) Alstom . 74
5.1.8 (A2) EnLink Geoenergy Services . 74
5.1.8 (A3) Ormat Technologies, Inc. 75
5.1.8 (B)Tidal Power Equipment Manufacturers: . 75
5.1.8 (B1) Siemens AG . 75
5.1.8 (B3) Alstom –AWS Ocean Energy 76
5.1.8 (B4) OpenHydro 76
5.1.8 (B5) Verdant Power 77
5.1.8 (B6) SeaPower Gen 77
5.1.8 (B7) Straum/ARD . 78
5.1.8 (B8) Voith Hydro 78
5.1.2 (F) Siemens AG 48
5.1.2 (G) Sputnik Engineering GmbH 49
5.1.2 (H) Ingeteam Energy SA 49
5.1.2 (I) General Electric . 50
5.1.2 (J) Satcon Technology Corp 50
5.1.2 (K) Magnatek . 51
5.1.2 (L) Mastervolt. 51
5.1.2 (M) SWEA Europe BV . 52
5.1.2 (N) REFUSol GmbH 52
5.1.2 (A) Competitive Environment in Inverter Supply To The Renewable Energy Market: 2012 52
5.1.3 Global Inverter Vendors: 2012 Estimated Sales & Market Shares 53
5.1.4 The Global Inverter Markets in 2013 . 54
5.1.4 (A) Global Market Value for Solar Inverters: 2012 55
5.1.4 (B) Solar Inverter Market By World Region: 2012 . 55
5.1.4 (C) Global Market Value for Wind Inverters: 2012. 56
5.1.4 (D) Wind Inverter Market By World Region: 2012 56
5.1.4 (E) Total Inverter Consumption Value By World Region: 2012 57
5.1.5 Turnkey Solar Integrators: 2013 57
5.1.5 (A) Enerparc AG 58
5.1.5 (B) Juwi Holding AG. 58
5.1.5 (C) First Solar, Inc. 58
5.1.5 (D) SunPower Corp 59
5.1.5 (E) Phoenix Solar AG . 60
5.1.5 (F) Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd., 60
5.1.5 (G) Solon SE (Microsol) 60
5.1.5 (H) Mainstream Energy Corporation . 61
5.1.6 The Top Six Solar Equipment Aggregators in The World: 2012 62
5.1.6 (A) Changes In Annual Revenues for the Solar Peer Group: 2010, 2011, 2012; 2013-­‐2018
Forecasts By Vendor . 62
5.1.7 Turnkey Wind Turbine Integrators: 2013 . 63
5.1.7 (A) Vestas Wind Systems A/S . 63
5.1.7 (B) ABB Wind Power Solutions 64
5.1.7 (C) Siemens AG Wind Energy 64
5.1.7 (D) General Electric . 65
5.1.7 (E) Sinovel Wind Group Company Limited . 65
5.1.7 (F) DeWind 66
5.1.7 (G) Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology Co., Ltd 67
5.1.7 (H) Gamesa Corporación Tecnológica . 67
5.1.7 (I) Enercon GmbH 68
5.1.7 (J) Suzlon Energy Limited . 69
5.1.7 (K) Guodian United Power . 70
5.1.7 (L) Nordex SE . 71
5.1.7 (M) Clipper Wind Power . 71
5.1.7 Global Wind Power Aggregators: 2012 Market Shares 72
5.1.7 Changes In Annual Revenues for the Wind Peer Group: 2010, 2011, 2012; 2013-­‐2018 Forecasts
By Vendor 72
5.1.8 Peripheral & Emerging Equipment Suppliers To The Renewable Energy Markets: 2013: . 73
5.1.8 (A) Geothermal Equipment Manufacturers: . 73
5.1.8 (A1) Alstom . 74
5.1.8 (A2) EnLink Geoenergy Services . 74
5.1.8 (A3) Ormat Technologies, Inc. 75
5.1.8 (B)Tidal Power Equipment Manufacturers: . 75
5.1.8 (B1) Siemens AG . 75
5.1.8 (B3) Alstom –AWS Ocean Energy 76
5.1.8 (B4) OpenHydro 76
5.1.8 (B5) Verdant Power 77
5.1.8 (B6) SeaPower Gen 77
5.1.8 (B7) Straum/ARD . 78
5.1.8 (B8) Voith Hydro 78
5.1.8 (B9) GCK Technology, Inc. 78
5.1.8 (B11) Lunar Energy Power Limited . 78
5.1.8 (B12) SMD/Tyne & Wear 78
5.1.8 (B13) UEK 79

6.0 COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT IN CAPACITOR SUPPLY TO THE GLOBAL RENEWABLE ENERGY
MARKET: 2013

6.1 Capacitor Supply Chain To The Renewable Energy Industry: 2013 80
6.1.1 Renewable Energy Capacitor Manufacturers: 2013 81
6.1.1 (A) The EPCOS Group of TDK Corporation 81
6.1.1 (B) Kemet Electronics. 81
6.1.1 (C) Panasonic Electronic Devices 81
6.1.1 (D) Nippon Chemi-­‐Con . 82
6.1.1 (E) Vishay Interetchnology, Inc 82
6.1.1 (F) Nichicon Corporation 82
6.1.1 (G) Rubycon Corporation 82
6.1.1 (H) AVX-­‐TPC Division . 82
6.1.1 (I) Cornell-­‐Dubilier Electronics 83
6.1.1 (J) Electronic Concepts, Inc 83
6.1.1 (K) Maxwell Technologies, Inc 83
6.2 Top 26 Vendors Supplying Capacitors To The Global Renewable Energy Markets: 2013 . 83
6.3 Renewable Energy Capacitor Vendors: 2012 Estimated Sales and Market Shares: 84
6.3.1 Plastic Film Capacitor Vendors To The Global Renewable Energy Markets: 2013 Estimated
Market Shares: 85
6.3.2 Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor Vendors To The Global Renewable Energy Markets: 2012
Estimated Market Shares . 86
6.3.3 EDLC Supercapacitor Vendors To The Global Renewable Energy Markets: 2012 Estimated
Sales and Market Shares: 87

7.0 MARKET FORECASTS FOR CAPACITORS CONSUMED IN RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS: FY
2013-­‐FY 2018

7.1 Global Value of Renewable Energy Installations in 2013 and Forecasts To 2018. 88
7.2 Global Trends Driving Investment in Renewable Energy: 2013-­‐2018 88
7.3 Key Growth Drivers of Renewable Energy Systems: 2013-­‐2018. 89
7.4 Forecasted Installation Costs for Renewable Energy Systems to 2020 90
7.5 Worldwide Electricity Demand Forecasts by Generation Method: 2013-­‐2030 91
7.6 CAGR Forecasts For Renewable Energy Systems by Type: 2013-­‐2030 91
7.6.1 Solar Energy Systems: Growth Forecasts To 2030 91
7.6.2 Wind Turbine Systems: Growth Forecasts To 2030 . 91
7.7 R&D Trends in Renewable Energy Systems by Type: 2013-­‐2018 92
7.7.1 Wind Energy: Research and Development Trends Impacting Capacitors: 2013-­‐2018. 92
7.1.1 (A) Research & Development Trends In Wind Power 92
7.1.1 (A) Research & Development Trends In Solar Power 93
7.2 Global Revenue Forecasts For Capacitors Consumed in Renewable Energy Systems by
World Region and Key Country: 2013-­‐2018 94
7.2.1 Excess Capacity And Downward Price Pressure in The Supply Chain 94
7.2.2 European Directives 2001/77/EC and 2009/28/EC, FiT Targets and Directives: Impact on
Future Markets . 94
7.2.3 Germany: Renewable Energy Law-­‐ Impact On The Market Outlook . 94
7.2.4 Revision of The Italian FiT; Impact on Market Outlook . 95
7.2.5 Mitigation of Uncertainty: Renewable Energy Expects To Expand Into New Markets 95
7.2.6 Expected Impact of The USA Extension of the PTC in 2013. 95
7.2.7 Outlook for Offshore Wind Installations To 2018 96
7.3 Global Revenue Forecasts For Capacitors Consumed in Renewable Energy Systems: 2013-­‐2018 96
7.3 Global Revenue Forecasts For Capacitors Consumed in Renewable Energy Systems by
End-­‐Use Market Segment: 2013-­‐2018:. 97
7.3.1 Global Revenue Forecasts For Capacitors Consumed in Wind Energy Systems: 2013-­‐2018 . 97
7.3.2 Global Revenue Forecasts For Capacitors Consumed in Solar Energy Systems: 2013-­‐2018 97
7.4 Global Revenue Forecasts For Capacitors Consumed in Renewable Energy Systems by
Dielectric: 2013-­‐2018 97
7.4.1 Plastic Film Capacitor Consumption in Renewable Energy Systems: 2013-­‐2018 . 98
7.4.2 Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor Consumption in Renewable Energy Systems: 2013-­‐2018 98
7.4.3 EDLC Supercapacitor Consumption in Renewable Energy Systems: 2013-­‐2018 98

8.0 COMPETITION: RENEWABLE ENERGY CAPACITOR MANUFACTURERS: 2013

8.1 ABB (HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM) 99
ABB Power Technologies 99
8.2 AEROVOX (HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM) . 99
Aerovox, Inc 99
8.3 ARCOTRONICS (HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM) .100
Arcotronics Italia SpA (Kemet) . 100
8.4 AVX (HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM) 101
AVX-­‐TPC Operations 101
8.5 BCC (ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC & PLASTIC FILM) .102
BC COMPONENTS (Vishay Intertechnology, Inc.) . 102
8.6 CDE (HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM) 103
Cornell-­‐Dubilier Electronics (Including York Capacitor) 103
8.7 DUCATI (HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM) .104
Ducati Energie SpA 104
8.8 ELECTRONIC CONCEPTS (HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM) 104
Electronic Concepts, Inc. 104
8.9 ELECTRONICON (HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM).105
Electronicon Kondensatoren GmbH . 105
8.10 ELNA COMPANY LIMITED (ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC & EDLC SUPERCAPACITORS) 105
Elna Company Limited . 105
8.12 EPCOS (HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM) 106
EPCOS AG (TDK-­‐EP). 106
8.13 ESTA (HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM) .109
ESTA (Vishay Intertechnology, Inc.) . 109
8.14 EVOX-­‐RIFA (HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM, LARGE CAN ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC) 109
Evox-­‐Rifa Group OYJ (Kemet) 109
8.15 FRAKO (HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM) .110
FRAKO 110
8.16 FRANKE (HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM) .111
FRANKE GMKP . 111
8.17 ICAR (HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM) 111
ICAR SpA . 111
8.18 IOXUS (EDLC SUPERCAPACITORS) .112
Ioxus, Inc. 112
8.19 KEMET (PLASTIC FILM & ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC) 113
Kemet Electronics (NYSE: KEM): . 113
8.20 MAXWELL TECHNOLOGIES (EDLC SUPERCAPACITORS) .114
Maxwell Technologies, Inc 114
8.21 NANTONG JIANGHAI (HIGH VOLTAGE ALUMINUM).115
Nantong Jianghai Capacitor Co. Ltd. 115
8.22 NESSCAP (EDLC SUPERCAPACITORS) 116
Nesscap, Co., Ltd 116
8.23 NICHICON (HIGH VOLTAGE ALUMINUM, PLASTIC FILM, EDLC SUPERCAPACITORS).116
Nichicon Corporation 116
8.24 NIPPON CHEMI-­‐CON CORPORATION (HIGH VOLTAGE ALUMINUM, PLASTIC FILM, EDLC SUPERCAPACITORS) .118
Nippon Chemi-­‐Con Corporation . 118
8.25 NOKIAN (HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM) .119
Nokian Capacitors Limited (An Alstom Company) 119
8.26 PANASONIC (HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM, EDLC SUPERCAPACITORS, ALUMINUM) 120
Panasonic Industrial Solutions . 120
8.27 RUBYCON (HIGH VOLTAGE ALUMINUM, PLASTIC FILM) 120
Rubycon Corporation 120
8.28 SBE CAPACITOR (HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM) 121
SBE Incorporated . 121
8.29 SPECTRUM ADVANCED HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM) .121
Spectrum Advanced Specialty Products, Inc. (API Technologies, Inc.) 121
8.30 TDK-­‐EPC (PLASTIC FILM & ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC) 122
TDK Corporation . 122
8.31 VETRON (HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM) .122
Vetron Electronic Company Limited 122
8.32 VISHAY (PLASTIC FILM & ALUMINUM)123
Vishay Intertechnology (NYSE:VSH) 123
8.33 WIMA ( HIGH VOLTAGE PLASTIC FILM) 123
WIMA-­‐Spezialvertrieb elektronischer Bauelemente GmbH & Co.KG . 123

 

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