Photovoltaic Solar Energy

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Date of Publication: Jul 5, 2019
The high price of oil in the past few years has been a catalyst for development in other alternative energy sources. Semiconductor technology surrounding the alternative energy markets includes advanced IGBT design, optoelectronics, advanced power conversion ICs, digital signal processing, MCUs, and advanced mixed signal and analog circuits. This report discussed the potential for these products to be the next killer green application.

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Date of Publication: Jul 5, 2019
This report analyzes the market for both crystalline and thin film solar cells, equipment to make them, and polysilicon as a starting point. Marker shares of vendors in all these sectors are presented.

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Date of Publication: Feb 15, 2018
The global market for perovskite and other thin-film solar modules should reach $5.2 billion by 2022 from $3.7 billion in 2017 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.0%, from 2017 to 2022.

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Date of Publication: Sep 4, 2017
Photovoltaic glass (PV glass) finds application in solar cell modules, with its development depending on PV industry. Global new PV installed capacity...

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Date of Publication: Jan 27, 2017
This report provides a detailed review of the global market for building-integrated photovoltaic technologies. The global market for building-integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) technologies will grow from $2.4 billion in 2016 to $4.3 billion by 2021 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.2% for the period of 2016-2021.

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Date of Publication: May 20, 2016

The thin films market has thus evolved over the past few years alongside developments in the electronics and semiconductor industries. Photovoltaics (PV) is the major technology that has historically made the most use of thin films, and today dominates the market, accounting for more than 85% of the market share. The thin film batteries market, though smaller in size, is expected to witness robust growth during the forecast period. Our goal is to examine traditional and alternative energy technologies to determine the use, if any, of thin films in their fabrication and operation. 


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Date of Publication: Jun 21, 2016

Global PV inverter shipments grew 42% in 2015 to 59.7 GW, up from 42.1 GW in 2014. Shipment growth will be flat in 2016, as the Chinese and Japanese markets level off and the U.S. market works through a build-up of shipments from 2015, but the market will regain steam and grow 11% per year from 2016 to 2020. Overall, shifting global demand, rapidly evolving product preferences and competitive pricing will be key themes moving forward for the dynamic PV inverter industry.


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Date of Publication: Jan 16, 2016
The scope of this investigation includes only major viable technologies and products implemented in all market sectors to concentrate, collect, receive, absorb or otherwise make available solar thermal energy for heating or power generation processes. These ST technologies can include various components such as receiver surfaces, receiver tubes (heat collection elements), solar collector assemblies (structural frames), reflective surfaces (mirrors, reflective film), and solar tracking and motion control systems. Solar thermal technologies are integral components to any ST system whose sales and manufacturing volumes are largely indicative of the actual or anticipated performance of the entire ST technology market. Emerging ST technologies anticipated to be commercially nonviable are not included in the market assessment of this report.

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Date of Publication: Sep 22, 2015

The scope of this report is intentionally wide. We cover the major sources of renewable energy as primary fuels—hydroelectric, wind, solar, geothermal and oceanic sources (wave, tidal and thermal) and liquid biofuels for transportation. There is no shortage in the marketplace of reports on each of these sources. However, what existing reports lack and what this report is intended to provide is a global perspective that places each source in a relevant context for decision makers in both the public and private sectors.


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Date of Publication: Sep 24, 2015
This slide-based report highlights key trends and opportunities for reducing PV system costs necessary for driving strong project economics and the expansion of solar in the U.S. and globally. It walks through structural and electrical BOS, PV power electronics, installation labor, design and engineering, customer acquisition and logistics and other cost components. It also provides U.S. system cost breakdowns and a look at the evolution of PV BOS, as well as in-depth global market forecasts.

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Date of Publication: Mar 25, 2015
Driven by the emergence of a strong set of regionally diverse country markets in the last two years, the global PV supply chain overcame the stress of overcapacity, now benefiting from a healthy supply-demand market. Though supply-demand stability and input cost reduction are expected to continue in 2015, the continually evolving regional tariff landscape will pose price risks.

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Date of Publication: Oct 9, 2015
U.S. Solar Market Insight™ is a collaboration between the Solar Energy Industries Association® (SEIA®) and GTM Research that brings...

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Date of Publication: Apr 13, 2015
Global Markets and Technologies for Photovoltaic Systems The scope of this study encompasses the major PV technologies: monocrystalline silicon,...

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Date of Publication: Mar 18, 2015
Worldwide markets for solar panels are growing as units become more efficient and less costly for generating electricity. Rapid adoption of solar panels...

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Date of Publication: Oct 14, 2014
Polysilicon is the primary feedstock used for the production of crystalline silicon PV, which constituted 90 percent of global PV module production in 2013. In recent years, rapid growth of the PV market has led to the emergence of a dedicated solar polysilicon supply chain, and the solar industry now dominates global polysilicon consumption (estimated 90% in 2014). After enduring a sustained period of severe overcapacity in 2011-2013, pricing rebounded strongly in 2014, and renewed confidence in strong end-market growth in 2014-2016 has prompted the re-start of many previously shuttered plants and the resumption of capacity addition plans in 2015.

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Date of Publication: Sep 2, 2014
The PV boom and bust has rebooted efforts to commercialize the next generation of materials platforms for solar panels.  There has recently been a...