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  • 1. AARKSTORE: The World Connector Market for Renewable Energy - Windand Solarhttp://www.aarkstore.com/reports/The-World-Connector-Market-for-Renewable-Energy-Wind-and-Solar-107129.htmlRelated Report Links: The World Distribution Market for Connectors 2010 Top 100 Connector Manufacturers The World Market For Terminal Blocks World Connector Statistics Regions - Products - Market Sectors 2000 - 2010 & 2015Forecast North American Cable Assembly Manufacturers The World Consumer Electronics Market for Connectors Fiber Optic Connectors in Military and Commercial Applications Connector Industry Forecast World Cable Assembly Market Connector Types And Technologies Poised For Growth GPS Navigation Market - Portable Navigation Devices The World Connector Market for Renewable Energy - Wind and Solar Post-Recession Outlook of the Electronics Industry and Connectors Roadmap 2009-2019 The World Industrial Market For ConnectorsThe Company has just released a new 7 chapter research report defining the World ConnectorMarket for Renewable Energy. The report profiles the Wind and Solar segments of the globalmarket and outlines the major product types, connector categories, connector types, as well asprojecting annual connector sales and forecast for each market segment and regions of the world.The forecast will detail each specific connector category and connector type. While there may besome reference made to electrical components, this report will focus on the electronic connectorcontent only. Today we are facing huge challenges: global warming, depleting natural resources, populationgrowth, increasing energy demand, rising energy prices and unequal distribution of energysources. All of these factors contribute to the urgent need to transform the energy sector, which
  • 2. primarily relies on fossil fuels, to one that uses renewable energies and energy efficienttechnologies. Renewable energy is defined as the energy derived from resources that are regenerative, or forall practical purposes, cannot be depleted. Resources include biofuels, biomass, hydroelectricpower, geothermal energy, solar energy, wind power, ocean thermal energy, wave power, andtidal power. The global renewable energy market grew by 20.4 percent in 2008 to reach a valueof $310.5 billion and is forecast to have a value of $511.3 billion in 2013, an increase of 64.7percent since 2008.Potential of Wind EnergyRenewable energy markets grew robustly in 2008. Among newrenewables (excluding large hydropower), wind power was thelargest addition to renewable energy capacity.Existing wind power capacity grew by 29 percent in 2008 toreach 121 GW, or more than double the 59 GW of capacity inplace at the end of 2005.The 2008 increase was led by high growth in the strongest markets of the United States (8.4 GWadded), China (6.3 GW), India (1.8 GW), and Germany (1.7 GW).The United States overtook long-time wind power leader Germany, ending the year with 25 GWcompared to Germany’s 24 GW.China doubled its wind power capacity for the fifth year in a row, ending 2008 at 12 GW, andbreaching China’s 2010 development target of 10 GW two years early.Existing offshore wind capacity reached nearly 1.5 GW in 2008, virtually all of it in Europe,with 200 megawatts (MW) added in 2007 and 360 MW added in 2008. The United Kingdombecame the offshore wind power leader in 2008.Potential of Solar EnergySolar energy is at the root of most forms of energy that humansuse for power. Scientific American magazine states, “Theenergy in sunlight striking the earth for 40 minutes is equivalentto global energy consumption for one year. Solar energy’spotential is off the charts.” The sun’s energy, known as solarradiation, can be converted into various forms of power, such aselectricity and solar-thermal (or heat).Grid-connected solar PV continued to be the fastest growing power generation technology, witha 70 percent increase in existing capacity to reach 13 GW.Spain became the PV market leader, with 2.6 GW of new grid-tied installations.
  • 3. The concentrated solar power industry saw many new entrants and new manufacturing facilitiesin 2008.Solar hot water in Germany set record growth in 2008, with over 200,000 systems installed.Market Performance In Renewable Energy For ConnectorsThe renewable energy market for connectors is made up of many different niche markets, eachwith its own particularities, growth rates and trends. In this report we have taken a closer look atthe wind and solar energy market segments, as we consider these to be more lucrative than othersfor connector manufacturers. Both contain an impressive amount of interconnect content,ongoing product development, new standards and technologies, with strong global attention andeconomic support.The world market for connectors in the Renewable Energy market in 2008, reached $137.5Million. The overall market is summarized in the following chart: 008 Renewable Energy Connector Market by RegionTaking existing market trends and the current outlook for Renewable Energy into consideration,the wide connector market is forecast to grow to $355.9 Million in 2013. The forecast by region is summarized in the following chart. 2013 Renewable Energy Connector Market by Region
  • 4. Table of Contents :Chapter 1 - Objectives, Scope and MethodologyIntroductionMarket Segments ProfiledRenewable Energy MarketWindSolarMethodologyRegional MarketsNorth AmericaEuropeJapanChinaAsia PacificRest Of World (Row)Connector Types (by Product Category)Not Included in this ReportChapter 2 - Overview and Executive SummaryConcerns over Global Warming and Climate ChangePotential of Wind EnergyPotential of Solar EnergyOutlook for Global Renewable EnergyChapter 3 - Market Performance in Renewable Energy for Connectors2008 Renewable Energy Connector Market by Region2013 Renewable Energy Connector Market by RegionConnector Statistics Renewable Energy Markets 2007 - 2008
  • 5. 2008 Renewable Energy Connector Market by RegionConnector Statistics Renewable Energy Markets 2008 - 20132008 - 2013 Renewable Energy Connector Market by RegionChapter 4 - Analysis of the Renewable Energy MarketKyoto and CopenhagenCrude Oil Prices by the Energy Information Administration (US)Global Energy UsagePolicy and Regulatory FrameworkPower Generation Promotion PoliciesSolar and Other Renewable Hot Water/Heating PoliciesCity and Local Government PoliciesEnergy supply has become a subject of major universal concernChapter 5 - Overview of Wind EnergyOperating Principles of Wind TurbinesTypes of Wind TurbinesHorizontal Axis Wind Turbines (HAWT)Vertical Axis Wind Turbines (VAWT)Turbine SizeSmall Wind Energy SystemsWind FarmsOffshore Wind FarmsWind TechnologyGrowth Drivers For Wind EnergyGrowth DriversEconomic FeasibilityPolicyDeveloping International StandardsChallenges and Barriers In Wind EnergyChallenges and BarriersNoiseShadow FlickerVisual Impac9Radar InterferenceWind-Wildlife InteractionsBuilding Offshore Wind PlantsUnderstanding Integration and Resource PlanningGlobal Wind Industry, Market Size and GrowthGlobal Wind Energy MarketMarket Overview2008 Added and Existing Wind Power Top 10 CountriesContinental Shares of Total Installed Wind Power Capacity 2008
  • 6. CDM Wind Power Projects (Status May 1, 2009)Market GrowthKey Players in the Wind Energy Industry2008 MW Installed Wind Turbine Market Share (29,724 MW)Wind Power OutlookComponents of a Wind Power SystemConnectivity in Wind EnergyWind Turbine ComponentsRotor Hub and BladesNacelleControl SystemYaw and Pitch ControlGenerator SystemTowerTower Base and InterconnectionPower SubstationWind Turbine / Wind Park Control CenterWind Power Supply ChainSupply Chain StructureMajor Wind Turbine Manufacturers and their Suppliers of Major ComponentsChapter 6 - Overview of Solar EnergyAdvantages of Solar PowerDisadvantages of Solar PowerSolar InnovationSolar Photovoltaic (PV) TechnologyConcentrating Photovoltaic (CPV) and Concentrating Solar Power (CSP)Low-Temperature STOutlook for Solar EnergyGrowth Drivers for Solar EnergyEconomic BenefitsEmploymentChallenges and barriers for Solar EnergySystem PricesHigh Power CostsEnvironmental ImpactsIntroduction to Solar PhotoVoltaic (pv) TechnologyApplicationsComponents for Solar System OperationPV Cells, Modules and ArraysPV CellsThin film Solar PVPV Modules
  • 7. PV ArrayJunction boxesInterconnect Solutions (Connectors and Cables)Balance of System (BOS) ComponentsInverters (see Solar Thermal – CSP for additional information)MicroinvertersCombiner BoxCharge ControllerDC and AC DisconnectsBatteriesOther Applications for PhotovoltaicsResearch and DevelopmentConcentrating Solar Thermal (ST) PowerGrowth Drivers for CSP / CPV DevelopmentBarriers to CSP / CPV DevelopmentParabolic Trough SystemsPower TowersLinear Fresnel ReflectorsDish Engine SystemsStirling Dish EnginesConcentrating Solar Power (CSP)Monitoring and Control SolutionsConcentrating Photovoltaic (CPV)Low-temperature Solar ThermalSolar Power Supply ChainConnectivity in Solar Energy ApplicationsSupply ChainTrends in the Supply ChainChapter 7 - Statistical Overview Of The Renewable Energy Market For ConnectorsRenewable Energy Market for Connectors 2007 - 2008Renewable Energy Market for Connectors by Region, 2007 - 20082008 Renewable Energy by Region – Wind and Solar2008 Renewable Energy Connector Market by RegionRenewable Energy Market for Connectors: Wind Energy, 2007 - 20082008 Wind Energy Connector Market by RegionRenewable Energy Market for Connectors: Solar Energy, 2007 - 20082008 Solar Energy Connector Market by Region2008 Solar Energy Connector Market by RegionWorld Renewable Energy Market for Connectors by Product Type 2007 - 2008Connectors for Wind Energy Equipment by Product Type 2007/2008 - WorldConnectors for Wind Energy, World Market by Product Type 2007 – 2008Connectors for Wind Energy Equipment by Product Type 2007/2008 - World
  • 8. Connectors for Wind Energy, by Product Type and by Region 2007 – 2008Connectors for Wind Energy Equipment by Product Type 2007/2008 - North AmericaConnectors for Wind Energy Equipment by Product Type 2007/2008 - EuropeConnectors for Wind Energy Equipment by Product Type 2007/2008 - JapanConnectors for Wind Energy Equipment by Product Type 2007/2008 - ChinaConnectors for Wind Energy Equipment by Product Type 2007/2008 - Asia/PacificConnectors for Wind Energy Equipment by Product Type 2007/2008 - ROWConnectors for Solar Energy, World Market by Product Type 2007 - 2008Connectors for Solar Energy Equipment by Product Type 2007/2008 - WorldConnectors for Solar Energy, by Product Type and by Region 2007 - 2008Connectors for Solar Energy Equipment by Product Type 2007/2008 - North AmericaConnectors for Solar Energy Equipment by Product Type 2007/2008 - EuropeConnectors for Solar Energy Equipment by Product Type 2007/2008 - JapanConnectors for Solar Energy Equipment by Product Type 2007/2008 - ChinaConnectors for Solar Energy Equipment by Product Type 2007/2008 - Asia/PacificConnectors for Solar Energy Equipment by Product Type 2007/2008 - ROWRenewable Energy Market for Connectors 2008 - 2013Renewable Energy Market for Connectors by Region, 2008 - 20132008-2013 Renewable Energy Connector Market by Region2013 Renewable Energy Connector Market by RegionRenewable Energy Market for Connectors: Wind Energy, 2008 - 20132008 - 2013 Wind Energy Connector Market by Region2013 Wind Energy Connector Market by RegionRenewable Energy Market for Connectors: Solar Energy, 2008 - 20132008 - 2013 Solar Energy Connector Market by Region2013 Solar Energy Connector Market by RegionWorld Renewable Energy Market for Connectors by Product Type 2008 - 2013Connectors for Renewable Energy Equipment by Product Type 2008/2013 - WorldConnectors for Wind Energy, World Market by Product Type 2008-2013Connectors for Wind Energy Equipment by Product Type 2008/2013 - WorldConnectors for Wind Energy, by Product Type and by Region 2008 - 2013Connectors for Wind Energy Equipment by Product Type 2008/2013 - North AmericaConnectors for Wind Energy Equipment by Product Type 2008/2013 - EuropeConnectors for Wind Energy Equipment by Product Type 2008/2013 - JapanConnectors for Wind Energy Equipment by Product Type 2008/2013 – ChinaConnectors for Wind Energy Equipment by Product Type 2008/013 - ROWConnectors for Solar Energy, World Market by Product Type 2008 – 2013Connectors for Solar Energy, by Product Type and by Region 2008 - 2013Connectors for Solar Energy Equipment by Product Type 2008/2013 – North AmericaConnectors for Solar Energy Equipment by Product Type 2008/2013 – EuropeConnectors for Solar Energy Equipment by Product Type 2008/2013 – JapanConnectors for Solar Energy Equipment by Product Type 2008/2013 – ChinaConnectors for Solar Energy Equipment by Product Type 2008/2013 – Asia PacificConnectors for Solar Energy Equipment by Product Type 2008/2013 – ROW
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