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WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on Crystalline Solar Panel Market Shares and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2011-2017. The 2011 study has 651 pages, 220 tables and figures. Crystalline ...

WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on Crystalline Solar Panel Market Shares and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2011-2017. The 2011 study has 651 pages, 220 tables and figures. Crystalline is the largest of three solar energy technology markets. Crystalline is evolving a significant market presence and is expected to continue to be used in very northern or very southern climates where there is less sun. Sophisticated technology that works has achieved grid parity in many places.

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    ReportsnReports - Crystalline Solar Photovoltaics PV Panel Systems Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2011 to 2017 ReportsnReports - Crystalline Solar Photovoltaics PV Panel Systems Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2011 to 2017 Document Transcript

    • Crystalline Solar Photovoltaics PV Panel Systems Market Shares, Strategies, andForecasts, Worldwide, 2011 to 2017ReportsnReports.com adds QYResearch Group Market Research Report ―Crystalline SolarPhotovoltaics PV Panel Systems Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2011to 2017 ‘‘ to its store.WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on Crystalline Solar Panel MarketShares and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2011-2017.The 2011 study has 651 pages, 220 tables and figures. Crystalline is the largest of threesolar energy technology markets. Crystalline is evolving a significant market presence and isexpected to continue to be used in very northern or very southern climates where there isless sun.Sophisticated technology that works has achieved grid parity in many places. Crystallinesolar market have been able to grow rapidly because of the ability to capitalize on demandfor high efficiency products at low cost per watt. Strong research and developmentcapabilities have enabled development of advanced process technologies and manufacturingeconomies. The company seeks to operate cost-effectively and on a large scale.PV cells and modules with high conversion efficiencies are manufactured. Conversionefficiency rates measure the ability of PV products to convert sunlight into electricity. As ofDecember 31, 2010, the average conversion efficiency rates of monocrystalline andmulticrystalline silicon PV cells were 17.9% and 15.9%.An international R&D team of leading solar PV scientists combined with China-based design,development and manufacturing facilities provide several competitive advantages, includingaccess to low-cost engineering expertise, skilled labor and facilities. leverages costadvantages by optimizing the balance between automation and manual operations inmanufacturing processes, which lowers operating costs and capital expenditures andenables expanding manufacturing capacity in a cost-effective manner.Manufacturers continuously evaluate and adjust a combination of automated and manualoperations. Innovation in manufacturing processes is used to optimize the cost structure ofcrystalline solar panels while improving manufacturing yields and quality. In 2010,significantly increased aggregate manufacturing capacity was achieved by a number ofvendors to meet strong global demand.Companies in some cases were able to achieve adding 500 MW of silicon ingot and wafercapacity. Annualized aggregate PV cell manufacturing capacity reached 1,800 MW perannum for vendors.The worldwide demand for energy is steadily increasing. Demand for energy is doublingevery 15 years. The major effort is to sustain growth in the electricity supply withoutcausing irreversible harm to the environment. Solar energy has rapidly grown as a clean,renewable alternative to limited fossil fuels. Recognition of the need to reduce reliance oncoal and fossil fuels is driving interest in solar energy.
    • Growth of solar markets will depend on continued investment in energy infrastructure bygovernments. When you think about it, there is no better investment government can makethan in achieving development of low cost, reliable solar energy. This availability of low costenergy is what makes an economy hum. Some governments are sure to recognize theseissues and make the investment, others will not.According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the study, ―Crystalline solar markets are expectedto have continued significant growth. The approach of grid parity worldwide is in sight,many areas have achieve grid parity now over the 25 useful life of the crystalline solarpanels. Dynamic growth is anticipated to continue.‖Crystalline solar panel markets at $28.3 billion in 2010 are set to grow to $118.4 billion by2017.WinterGreen Research is an independent research organization funded by the sale of marketresearch studies all over the world and by the implementation of ROI models that are usedto calculate the total cost of ownership of equipment, services, and software. The companyhas 35 distributors worldwide, including Global Information Info Shop, MarketResearch.com, Research and Markets, Bloomberg, and Thompson Financial.Table Of ContentsSOLAR PANELS AND SYSTEMS MARKET EXECUTIVE SUMMARYSolar Market Driving ForcesSolar Market ForecastsSolar Market Shares1. SOLAR TECHNOLOGY MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS1.1 Sun Is The Earth‘s Most Abundant And Primary Source Of Energy1.1.1 Solar Energy1.2 PV Cell Device Made From Polysilicon Wafers1.3 Solar Energy From the Sun1.3.1 The Solar Solution1.3.2 Solar Industry Key Drivers1.3.3 Government Incentives for Solar Power:1.3.4 Solar Energy Benefits1.4 Solar Technologies1.4.1 Research Initiatives1.4.2 Thin Film Material Layers1.5 Photovoltaic Conversion Of Sun Light1.5.1 Solar Panel Orientation1.6 Thin Film Solar Materials1.7 Sunlight Intensity in Various Regions1.7.1 Average Solar Irradiance1.7.2 Global Solar Resources for PV Photovoltaic and CSP Technologies1.7.3 Sunshine Index1.7.4 Economics of PV1.8 Variety of Solar Panel Installations
    • 1.8.1 Off-Grid Systems:1.9 Solar Technology1.9.1 Cost-Competitive Solar1.9.2 Crystalline-Silicon Panels1.9.3 Thin-Film Solar1.9.4 Silicon or CIGS1.10 World‘s Largest PV Installation German Solar1.11 The Basics of Solar Electricity1.12 Utility Power Positioning1.12.1 Utility Solar Decision Making1.13 U.S. Building Construction Industry1.14 Silicon Panels Harvest More Energy1.14.1 Solar Real Estate1.15 Smart Electric Grid Overhaul: Utility1.15.1 IBM Smart Grid1.15.2 U.S. Electric Grid Needs Major Overhaul: Utility1.15.3 Flexible Solar Cells With Silicon Wires1.16 Competition and Advanced PV Technologies1.17 Parts Of The Solar Cell Manufacturing Process1.17.1 Silicon Crystal Growing or Casting Plants1.17.2 Solar Cell Plants1.17.3 Module Assembly Plants1.17.4 Systems Assembly1.18 Greenhouse Gases1.19 Productionizing Technologies1.20 Era Of Cheap Energy1.20.1 Unprecedented Level Of Development Worldwide1.20.2 Population Increases1.21 Tackling Climate Change1.22 Power From the Sun1.22.1 PV Industry1.22.2 SGS Solar Services2. SOLAR PANELS AND SYSTEMS MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS2.1 Solar Market Driving Forces2.2 Solar Market Shares2.2.1 Suntech2.2.2 SunTech Strategic Positioning2.2.3 Sharp Cumulative Solar Cell Production Volume: 3.1 gigawatts in 2007 to 4.3gigawatts By the end of 20102.2.4 Sharp Solar Thin Film Solar Modules2.2.5 First Solar 4 Gigawatt Manufacturing2.2.6 First Solar2.2.7 Canadian Solar2.2.8 Canadian Solar Module Producer2.2.9 Trina Solar Limited2.2.10 Gintech Energy2.2.11 SunRun and U.S. Bancorp2.2.12 Panasonic / Sanyo Solar
    • 2.2.13 Panasonic / Sanyo Solar Stone Brewing Company Reference Account2.2.14 Sanyo2.2.15 BP Solar‘s EnergyMax Solar Electric Ground Systems2.2.16 Q-Cells Q.SMART CIGS Solar Modules2.2.17 Q-Cells2.2.18 LDK Solar2.2.19 LDK Solar Competitive Strengths2.2.20 China South Industries Group Corporation (CSGC) / TIANWEI New Energy HoldingsCo., Ltd. (TWNE)2.2.21 Tianwei2.2.22 Daqo New Energy2.2.23 Scatec Solar 4 MW Solar PV Plant in Puglia, Italy2.2.24 Solyndra: The Rooftop Solar Leader2.2.25 Yingli Green Solar Energy Projects2.2.26 SolarWorld2.2.27 SolarWorld Acquired The Manufacturing Base of Shell Solar2.2.28 SolarWorld2.2.29 BP Solar2.2.30 JinkoSolar2.2.31 Juwi2.2.32 Masdar Operates Through Five Integrated Units2.2.33 Masdar PV Production Capacity at Ichtershausen2.2.34 Masdar PV2.2.35 Masdar PV Thin-Film Photovoltaics2.2.36 Masdar PV and Beck Energy Open-Space Solar Park In Germany2.2.37 Evergreen Solar Revenue2.2.38 Ascent Solar Technologies, Inc.2.2.39 Conergy Modules Installed2.2.40 Conergy AG2.2.41 Saint-Gobain2.2.42 ET Solar Grid Connection of a 2.9MW Power Plant in Germany2.2.43 Abengoa Solar Commercializes High-Concentration Photovoltaic System2.2.44 SolFocus2.2.45 Yingli Green Solar Energy Projects2.2.46 Solar Panel Megawatts Shipped Market Shares2.3 Solar Market Forecasts2.3.1 Government Incentives For Solar Energy2.3.2 Grid Parity2.3.3 Impact of Oil Price on Solar Industry2.3.4 Outlook for Solar Electricity2.3.5 Solar Electricity Storage: Thin Film Batteries Complement The Hydrogen Manufacture2.3.6 Solar Market Opportunity2.4 Solar Panel Manufacturing Capacity2.4.1 Solar Panel Efficiency2.4.2 Yingli Green Energy High-Efficiency Panda Module2.4.3 Canadian Solar High-Efficiency Cell2.5 Solar Industry Segment Demand2.6 Crystalline Silicon Solar Cells – Market Share2.6.1 Solar Panel Commercial Forecasts
    • 2.6.2 Germany and Spain Feed-in Tariffs for Photovoltaics in C/kWh2.6.3 Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaics – Segment2.7 Thin Film Solar Cells Market Forecasts2.7.1 Thin-Film Solar Markets2.7.2 Thin Film Photovoltaics2.7.3 First Solar Benchmarks In Thin Film Modules2.7.4 First Solar Thin Film2.7.5 Thin Film Photovoltaics2.7.6 Higher efficiencies of CIGS modules2.8 Developing Technologies: Concentrators2.8.1 Solar Energy Cost-Of-Electricity Analysis2.9 Concentrated Solar Power CSP2.9.1 Concentrated Solar Thermal – Segment2.9.2 Concentrating Solar Power2.9.3 Concentrated Solar Power Plants2.10 Solar Energy Marketplace And Secure Power For Buildings BIPV2.11 Global Solar Resources2.12 Solar Panel ROI2.13 Solar Panel Benchmarks2.14 Solar Market Installed Capacity2.14.1 PV Countries 20102.14.2 PV Installations by Technology2.14.3 PV Installations by Application and Country2.15 Solar industry Product Pricing2.16 Solar Regional Market Segments2.16.1 United States Solar Market2.16.2 Germany, Italy, Spain, France, the United States, Canada, China, India, andAustralia Provide FiT, Rebates, Tax Incentives, And Other Incentives Subsidies2.16.3 German Solar Market2.16.4 UK Solar Market2.16.5 France: Solar Market2.16.6 Italy and Spain: Solar Market2.16.7 Canada: Solar Market2.16.8 Australia: Solar Market2.16.9 China: Solar Market2.16.10 China‘s Insatiable Demand For Energy2.16.11 Environmental Concerns Continue To Mount2.16.12 Chinese Concerns About Power Reliability And Energy Security2.16.13 China‘s Energy Policies Are Focused On Fostering Energy And EnvironmentalConservation2.16.14 India: Solar Market2.16.15 Trina Solar Regional Revenue2.16.16 First Solar Regional Participation3. SOLAR TECHNOLOGIES PRODUCT DESCRIPTION3.1 SunTech Strategic Positioning3.2 Sharp Solar Residential Products3.3 Canadian Solar Standard Modules3.4 Yingli Green Energy Residential
    • 3.5 BP Solar Home Solutions Modules3.6 SunPower® Solar Solution Home Energy Systems3.6.1 SunPower® Residential Solar Panels3.6.2 SunPower Solar Elegance3.6.3 SunPower Highest Efficiency Solar3.6.4 SunPower E19 Series Solar Panels3.6.5 SunPower E18 Series Solar Panels3.6.6 SunPower Solar Power Home Monitoring Systems3.7 Sharp Solar Commercial Products3.8 First Solar PV Modules3.9 Canadian Solar Standard Modules3.9.1 Canadian Solar e-Modules3.10 Sanyo HIT A Series Solar Modules3.10.1 Sanyo HIT A Series Solar Modules High Efficiency3.10.2 Sanyo HIT Double Solar Panels3.11 SolarWorld Sunkits Solar System3.11.1 SolarWorld Sunmodule Solar Panels3.11.2 SolarWorld Long-Term Performance3.12 Q-Cells Commercial Grade Solar Cells3.12.1 Q-Cells Q.PRO Multicrystalline Solar Module3.12.2 Q.BASE Multicrystalline Solar Module3.12.3 QCells PV Systems3.13 Mitsubishi Electric PV Modules3.14 Yingli Green Energy Commercial Installation3.15 RRS – Magaldi Group3.16 BP Roof systems3.16.1 BP Ground systems3.16.2 TATA BP Solar3.16.3 Tata BP Solar‘s Large Commercial Projects3.17 SunPower Commercial Solar Energy Solutions:3.18 Trina Solar TSM-PC14 Utility Scale PV Systems3.19 Sharp Solar Utility-Scale Products3.20 First Solar Utility-Scale PV Systems3.20.1 First Solar Utility Scale Engineering, Procurement, and Construction3.21 Yingli Green Energy Utility3.22 Highwoods Solar3.23 TATA BP Solar Energizes India3.24 Daystar Technologies Target Market: Grid-Tied Utilities3.24.1 DayStar CIGS Module3.24.2 DayStar CIGS on Glass, Solar Photovoltaics, and CIGS Electrical Energy3.25 SunPower Utility-Scale Solar Power Plants3.26 Solar Thin Film MiaSole Frameless Double Glass Module3.26.1 MiaSole Solar Panels Targeted to Utilities And Independent Developers3.27 First Solar Thin Film3.27.1 First Solar Operations and Maintenance3.27.2 First Solar Strong Industry Vendor Relationships3.27.3 First Solar Module Collection and Recycling Program3.28 Sharp Solar Thin Film, Wide Impact3.29 Q-Cells Q.SMART CIGS Solar Modules
    • 3.30 HelioVolt3.30.1 HelioVolt Best In Class of Thin Film3.30.2 HelioVolt Electrical Performance3.30.3 HelioVolt Front View3.30.4 HelioVolt Back View3.30.5 HelioVolt Mechanical Specifications3.31 The Highest Performing Thin Film Products3.31.1 HelioVolt Commercial roof tops3.31.2 HelioVolt Ground mount3.31.3 HelioVolt Residential rooftops3.31.4 HelioVolt BIPV3.31.5 HelioVolt Custom Panels3.32 Masdar PV3.32.1 Masdar PV Modules Amorphous Modules3.33 Masdar PV Micromorph Modules3.34 CIGs3.34.1 CIGS Advantages:3.34.2 Advanced CIGS Manufacturing Process3.35 Ascent Solar Technologies, Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) Modules FlexibleAnd Lightweight Thin-Film PV Technology3.36 Canadian Solar BIPV Products3.37 BP Solar BIPV Canopy Systems3.38 Photovoltaic Consumer Solar Products3.39 Ascent Solar Electronic Integrated Photovoltaics (EIPV) Modules3.39.1 Ascent Solar Defense Module & Applications3.39.2 Ascent Solar Defense Operations Benefits3.39.3 Ascent WaveSol™ Micro Solar Custom Solutions3.39.4 Ascent WaveSol™ Micro Solar Electronic Product Benefits3.40 Canadian Solar Specialty Products3.41 LDK Solar3.41.1 LDK Solar Cell3.41.2 LDK Solar Monocrystalline Solar Cells3.41.3 LDK Solar Multicrystalline Solar Cells3.41.4 LDK Solar Modules3.41.5 LDK Solar Systems3.42 Yingli Green Energy3.42.1 Yingli Green Energy Monocrystalline Solar Panels3.42.2 Yingli Green EnergyPanda Series3.42.3 Yingli Green Energy Multicrystalline Solar Panels3.43 Trina Solar Product Portfolio3.43.1 Trina Solar TSM-DC01 Universal Solution3.43.2 Trina Solar TSM-DC01A Solar Panels3.43.3 Trina Solar TSM-DC803.43.4 Trina Solar TSM-PC053.44 A Power Energy DG Systems Micro Power Generation Grids3.45 Petra Solar Utility Pole Applications for Solar Energy3.45.1 Petra Solar Commercial Systems3.45.2 Petra Solar Residential3.46 Scatec Solar Project Development
    • 3.46.1 Scatec Solar GmbH Operational Management For Solar Parks3.46.2 Scatec Solar Generates Electricity from Roof3.46.3 Scatec Solar Carports3.47 Schott PV3.48 Solyndra Technology / Products3.48.1 Solyndra Systems Minimal Orientation Impact3.48.2 Solyndra Cylindrical Modules3.48.3 Solyndra 200 Series3.48.4 Solyndra Agricultural Solar Products3.49 SunFields PV Modules3.50 Stirling Energy Systems Dish Power3.50.1 Stirling System SunCatcher™ 25-Kilowatt-Electric (kWe) Solar Dish3.50.2 SES SunCatcher™ Technology3.50.3 SES SunCatcher Power Conversion Unit (PCU)3.50.4 Dual-Axis Tracking Parabolic Concentrator Efficient Solar Collector3.50.5 Stirling Engine Efficient Heat Engine for Operating Temperatures3.50.6 SunCatcher Advantages vs. Solar Technologies3.50.7 vs. Concentrating Solar Power3.51 Suniva3.52 Telio Solar Cells3.53 Tianwei Monocrystalline Modules3.53.1 TIANWEI Multicrystalline Module Description3.54 Abengoa Solar Concentrating Solar Power3.54.1 Abengoa Solar Parabolic Trough3.54.2 Abengoa Solar Concentrating Solar Power Requirements3.54.3 Abengoa Solar Power Tower3.54.4 Abengoa Solar Operating Scheme For Tower Technology3.54.5 Abengoa Solar Hybridation and Storage3.54.6 Abengoa Solar Land Requirement For 20 MW Plants3.54.7 Abengoa Solar ISCC (Integrated Solar Combined Cycle)3.55 Solar Thermal Water Heating Units3.55.1 Zing Solar Water Heating3.55.2 Vajra Plus Solar Water Heating3.55.3 Hotmax Nova Solar Heating3.55.4 TATA BP Solar Business Energy3.56 Daqo New Energy Solar Module3.57 Dyesol DSC Applications Designs In BIPV3.58 JinkoSolar Value Chain3.58.1 JinkoSolar Product Traceability Control3.58.2 JinkoSolar High Efficiency Modules3.58.3 JinkoSolar High Efficiency Cells3.58.4 JinkoSolar High Quality Wafers3.58.5 JinkoSolar Advanced Technology4. SOLAR STRATEGY, TECHNOLOGY, AND INDUSTRY SPECIFIC APPLICATIONS4.1 Solar Reflectors4.1.1 Semiconductors Absorb Light4.1.2 How Solar Energy Works4.1.3 Connecting to the Grid:
    • 4.1.4 SunEdison‘s Approach:4.1.5 Solar Electricity4.2 Solar Power Grants for Rural U.S.4.3 Solar Electricity Powering Nighttime Football4.4 Solar Power Installations Raise Home Values4.4.1 CIGS4.4.2 Photovoltaic Systems4.5 Akeena Solar – Residential Solar Panels4.6 Akeena Solar – Commercial Solar Panels4.6.1 Akeena Solar – Installations4.6.2 Andalay Integrated, Plug-and-Play Solar Power System4.6.3 Andalay — Beautiful to be Green4.6.4 Web-Based Monitoring4.7 Suntrol Monitoring4.7.1 Authorized Installation4.7.2 Commercial systems4.8 Sharp Forms The Consortium For Solar Lighting (CSL)4.9 BP Solar Modules Testing4.10 Solar Panel Technologies4.10.1 Thin Film Solar Cells Amorphous Silicon4.10.2 Thin Film Solar Cells Cadmium Telluride4.10.3 Thin Film Solar Cells CIGS (Copper Indium Gallium Selenide)4.10.4 Miasolé Copper-Indium-Gallium-Diselenide Films Conversion Efficiency ConfirmationFrom NREL4.10.5 Thin-Film On Glass Substrate4.10.6 Ascent Solar Putting CIGS On A Polymeric Or Plastic Substrate4.10.7 First Solar Monolithic Integration On Glass4.10.8 Substrate Discussion4.10.9 First Solar Modules Cadmium Telluride (CdTe) Semiconductor Material4.11 Trina Solar Silicon Panels4.12 Q Cells Technology4.13 SunTech4.14 CIGS Photovoltaic Effect4.14.1 Crystalline Silicon Indirect Band-Gap Semiconductor4.14.2 Solar Thin Film Substrates4.14.3 Gettering in Large-Grained Thin Polycrystalline Silicon Films on Glass Substrate4.14.4 EPV Solar Contracts Deliver 300 Megawatts Of Thin-Film Panels Through 2012.4.14.5 Photovoltaic Technologies: Single Crystal, Polycrystalline and Thin Film4.14.6 Single Crystal and Polycrystalline4.14.7 Thin Film Panels4.15 Shading4.16 Third-Generation Thin-Film Solar Applications4.17 Flexible Glass Solar Panels4.18 Polysilicon Producers4.18.1 Emerging Global Solar Polysilicon Producers4.19 Inverter and Micro Inverter Markets5. SOLAR TECHNOLOGY COMPANY PROFILES
    • 5.1 A Power Energy5.1.1 A Power Positioning5.2 Abengoa Solar5.2.1 Abengoa Solana: The World‘s Largest Solar Plant5.2.2 Abengoa Solar5.2.3 Abengoa Solar Concentrating Solar Power5.2.4 Abengoa Solar Photovoltaic5.2.5 Abengoa Solar Customized Industrial and Commercial Applications5.2.6 Abengoa Research and Development of Solar Technology5.2.7 Abengoa Solar Commercializes High-Concentration Photovoltaic System5.2.8 Joint Venture Between Masdar (60%), Total (20%) and Abengoa (20%) Shams-1Solar Project5.3 Akeena Solar5.4 Anwell Group / SunGen5.5 Applied Materials (NASDAQ: AMAT)5.5.1 Applied Materials Silicon Systems Group5.5.2 Applied Materials Revenue5.5.3 Applied Materials Fiscal Second Quarter Reportable Segment Results5.5.4 Applied Materials Quarterly Financial Information5.5.5 Applied Materials Acquisition of Varian Semiconductor5.5.6 Applied Materials‘ HCT B5 Wire Saws Selected by GCL-Poly for Solar Manufacturing5.6 Ascent Solar Technologies, Inc.5.6.1 Ascent Solar Technologies Technology5.6.2 Ascent Solar Company Positioning5.6.3 Ascent Solar Distributor Agreement with Sunload Mobile Solutions GmbH5.7 ATS5.7.1 ATS Innovation/R & D5.8 BP Solar5.8.1 BP Solar Modules Testing5.8.2 BP Solar Research5.8.3 BP Solar Innovative Relationships5.8.4 BP Solar, MetLife Joint Ownership Agreement for Long Island Solar Farm5.8.5 BP Solar Energy Systems For Stanford Engineering Buildings5.8.6 TATA BP Solar5.8.7 Tata Power:5.8.8 BP:5.8.9 Bhutan Tata BP Solar Supplies Power Systems for CORDECT Telecom Network5.8.10 Tata BP Solar Solar Manufacturing Capacity by 62% to Serve Growing Solar Marketin India5.9 Bosch5.9.1 Bosch Group‘s Solar Energy Division5.9.2 Bosch Malaysia Marketing5.10 Canadian Solar5.10.1 Canadian Solar New Powerful Solar Cell5.10.2 Canadian Solar 600 MW PV Cell Plant Joint Venture5.11 China Glass Holdings Limited5.11.1 China Southern Glass (Australia)Pty Ltd is a subsidiary of CSG Holding Co., Ltd.5.11.2 China Glass Holdings Production Base in Suqian, Jiangsua5.11.3 China Glass Holdings Production Base in Weihai, Shandong
    • 5.11.4 China Glass Holdings Production Base in Xianyang, Shaanxi5.11.5 China Glass Holdings Production Base in Beijing5.11.6 China Glass Holdings Production Base of Wuhai, Inner Mongolia5.11.7 China Glass Holdings Production base in Nanjing, Jiangsu5.11.8 China Glass Holdings Production base in Taicang, Jiangsu5.11.9 China Glass Holdings Business and Revenue5.11.10 China Glass Holdings Business Review5.11.11 China Glass Holdings Outlook Tied To China‘s Twelfth Five Year Plan5.11.12 China Glass Holdings Lowers Cost to Manufacture Low Iron Glass5.12 China South Industries Group Corporation (CSGC) / TIANWEI New Energy HoldingsCo., Ltd. (TWNE)5.12.1 Tianwei New Energy German Solar Exhibition5.12.2 Tianwei New Energy Resource Component Products5.12.3 Hoku Scientific5.12.4 Hoku $20 Million Loan From China Merchants Bank5.12.5 Hoku Solar / Tianwei New Energy Holdings5.12.6 Hoku Manufactures Polysilicon at Idaho Plant5.13 Conergy AG5.13.1 Conergy for Grimmway Enterprises, Grower Of Carrots Implements 230 Kilowatts OfSolar5.13.2 Conergy Powerplus Solar Plant At Fujifilm In Hawaii5.13.3 Conergy 1.7 million PowerPlus Modules Installed5.13.4 Conergy 12.4 MW solar park in Thailand5.13.5 Conergy Is Building The Second Solar Park5.13.6 Conergy PowerPlus Premium 56,000 Modules On Over 56 Kilometers5.14 Daystar Technologies5.14.1 DayStar Commercialization Strategy5.14.2 DayStar Manufacturing5.14.3 DayStar Technologies First Quarter 2011 Revenue5.14.4 Daqo New Energy5.14.5 Daqo New Energy / JNE Solar Module Joint Venture in Canada5.15 Dow Chemical5.15.1 Dow Positioning5.15.2 Dow Rethinking Energy5.16 Dyesol5.16.1 Dyesol Major Research Expansion in Japan5.17 ET Solar5.17.1 ET Solar Corporate Vision5.17.2 ET Solar Modules Adopted in a UK Commercial Rooftop Project5.17.3 ET Solar / Zep Compatible Modules for Rooftop PV Systems5.17.4 ET Solar Grid Connection of a 2.9MW Power Plant in Germany5.18 Evergreen Solar5.18.1 Evergreen Solar Revenue5.19 First Solar5.19.1 First Solar Sales5.19.2 First Solar 4 Gigawatt Manufacturing5.19.3 First Solar PV Modules UK MCS Certification5.19.4 First Solar & China Power International New Energy International CooperationFramework Agreement
    • 5.19.5 First Solar Push In The Cadmium Telluride Market5.20 G24 Innovations5.20.1 G24 Innovations (Dye Sensitized Solar Cell Technology (DSSC) StrategicDevelopment Agreement With Texas Instruments5.20.2 G24I UK site first in world to make ‗Green from Green‘5.21 Gintech5.22 Greenwing Energy5.23 HelioSphera5.23.1 HelioSphera Micromorph Technology5.24 HelioVolt5.24.1 HelioVolt and NREL Renew CRADA Continue Advanced CIGS Development5.24.2 NREL-Confirms HelioVolt Monolithic Modules Lead Environmental Performance5.25 JA Solar5.25.1 JA Solar Revenue5.25.2 JA Solar First Quarter 2011 Financial Results5.25.3 JA Solar Fourth Quarter 2010 Financial Results5.25.4 JA Solar Full Year 2010 Results5.26 JinkoSolar5.26.1 JinkoSolar Launch of Research and Development Center5.26.2 JinkoSolar Powers Solar Tunnel5.26.3 Jinko Solar Revenues5.26.4 Jinko Solar Module Manufacturing5.27 Juwi5.27.1 Juwi Positioning5.27.2 Juwi Financing5.27.3 Juwi Construction5.27.4 Juwi5.27.5 Juwi Germany‘s Largest Rooftop Solar Power Plant in Philippsburg5.27.6 Juwi Leads the Way to an Energy Transition5.28 LDK Solar5.28.1 LDK Solar Acquired Crystalline Module Manufacturing Best Solar5.28.2 LDK Solar Core Values5.28.3 LDK Solar Mission Statement and Vision5.28.4 LDK Solar Competitive Strengths5.28.5 LDK Solar Cost-Effective Production5.28.6 LDK Solar In-House Polysilicon Production5.28.7 LDK Solar Vertically Integrated Capabilities5.28.8 LDK Solar Strong and Diversified Customer Base5.28.9 LDK Solar Key Strategies5.28.10 LDK Solar Sale of Minority Stake in Its Polysilicon Business to China DevelopmentBank International Holdings Limited5.28.11 LDK Solar Revenue for First Quarter Fiscal 20115.28.12 LDK Solar Silicon5.28.13 LDK Solar Production Technologies5.28.14 LDK Solar Ingot5.28.15 LDK Solar Multicrystalline5.28.16 LDK Solar Monocrystaline5.28.17 LDK Solar State-Of-The-Art Mono Crystalline Pulling Equipment5.28.18 LDK Solar Solar / Green Technology
    • 5.28.19 LDK Solar Financial Services5.29 Mubadala / Masdar5.29.1 Masdar Operates Through Five Integrated Units5.29.2 Masdar PV5.29.3 Masdar Initiative5.29.4 Masdar PV Production Capacity at Ichtershausen5.29.5 Masdar PV and Raabvill Kft. Build Solar Parks With Full Size Modules5.29.6 Masdar PV and Beck Energy Open-Space Solar Park In Germany5.30 MEMC5.30.1 MEMC Global Sales And Manufacturing5.30.2 MEMC Strategic Positioning Driving Sustained Achievement5.30.3 MEMC Wafer Manufacturing Process5.30.4 MEMC Electronic Materials Revenue5.30.5 MEMC Semiconductor Materials Segment5.30.6 MEMC Solar Energy Segment — SunEdison5.30.7 MEMC / SunEdison5.30.8 Selected MEMC Sun Edison Customers5.30.9 MEMC Solar Energy ROI Advantages5.31 Motech5.31.1 Motech Revenue5.32 Panasonic / Sanyo Solar5.32.1 Panasonic Corporation Revenue5.32.2 Sanyo5.32.3 SANYO 2011 Sales Of Solar Photovoltaic Systems5.32.4 Panasonic Full Year Revenue5.32.5 Panasonic / Sanyo Solar Ark5.32.6 Panasonic /Sanyo Solar Stone Brewing Company Reference Account5.32.7 Panasonic / Sanyo Solar lumenHAUS Reference Account5.32.8 InSpec / SANYO5.32.9 SANYO and InSpec Group Partnership Generates Multiple Solar Installations inOregon5.33 Mitsubishi Electric5.33.1 Mitsubishi Electric Group Energy and Electric Systems5.33.2 Mitsubishi Electric Power Module for Electric Vehicles5.33.3 Mitsubishi Electric Group Power Module Test Samples Specifications5.34 MiaSole5.34.1 Intel / MiaSolé5.34.2 MiaSolé Thin Film Solar5.34.3 MiaSolé Shingles5.35 Oerlikon Solar5.35.1 Oerlikon Solar‘s Market Segments5.35.2 Oerlikon Solar Products & Technology5.35.3 Oerlikon Solar Customers5.35.4 Oerlikon Solar Competencies5.35.5 Oerlikon Solar Market Segments5.35.6 Oerlikon Solar Environmental Commitment5.35.7 TÜV Rheinland certificate for Oerlikon Solar ThinFabTM Modules5.35.8 Oerlikon Solar 120 MW-ThinFab™ Order5.36 Petra Solar
    • 5.36.1 Petra Solar Utility Pole Solar5.36.2 Petra Solar Remote Monitoring And Control5.36.3 Petra Solar Wins Smart Grid & Clean Tech Techamerica American Technology Awards5.36.4 Petra Solar National Smart Solar Energy Plan at Jordan – U.S. Business Forum inMiddle East5.37 QCells5.37.1 QCells Revenue5.37.2 QCells Revenue5.38 Scatec Solar5.38.1 Scatec Solar Corporate Structure5.38.2 Scatec Solar Offers One-Stop-Shopping5.38.3 Scatec Solar Role in Scatec Group5.38.4 Scatec Solar 4 MW Solar PV Plant in Puglia, Italy5.38.5 Scatec Solar builds 6 MW Solar PV Plant In A Former Mine In Emilia5.39 Schott5.39.1 SCHOTT Solar Global presence5.39.2 SCHOTT Solar Photovoltaics (PV) Business Division5.39.3 SCHOTT Solar 2008 – Hospital Ward In Senegal5.39.4 SCHOTT Light for Tanzania5.39.5 SCHOTT Solar PV and Consolidated Solar Technologies Inaugurate Photovoltaic SolarInstallation at Moriarty High School5.39.6 SCHOTT Solar Black Frame Modules5.39.7 SCHOTT Solar comes out on top in PV+ Test Conducted by Solarpraxis and TÜVRheinland5.40 SEC Solar Energy Centre5.41 SENER5.42 Sharp Solar5.42.1 Sharp Solar Revenue5.42.2 Sharp Corporation Regional Sales5.42.3 Sharp Electronics Corporation5.42.4 Sharp 3.1 gigawatts in 2007 to 4.3 gigawatts By the end of 2010 Cumulative SolarCell Production Volume5.42.5 Sharp Solar Thin Film Solar Modules5.42.6 Sharp Revenue5.43 SMA Solar Technology AG5.43.1 SMA Solar Technology Acquisition of dtw Sp.z o.o.5.43.2 SMA Solar Technology AG Revenue5.44 SolFocus5.44.1 SolFocus Low Lifecycle Greenhouse Gas Intensity5.44.2 No Water Consumption5.44.3 SolFocus Less Disruption of the Land and Local Ecosystem5.44.4 CPV technology:5.44.5 SolFocus Partners with Bechtel to Deliver Renewable Power for CaliforniaAgribusiness5.44.6 SolFocus and Vision Electro Mechanical Company to Build the Largest Solar PowerPlant of its Kind in Saudi Arabia5.45 Solyndra5.45.1 Solyndra: The Rooftop Solar Leader5.45.2 Solyndra Installation Delhaize
    • 5.45.3 Solyndra Solar Solution For Commercial Metal Roof Market5.46 Solyndra Solar Panels Help Power Qwest Field Event Center5.47 SolarWorld5.47.1 SolarWorld Core Business Is Photovoltaics5.47.2 SolarWorld Acquired Manufacturing Base of Shell Solar5.47.3 SolarWorld Improved Storage Facilities5.47.4 SolarWorld Revenue5.48 Stirling Energy Systems5.48.1 Stirling Energy Systems SunCatcherTM Technology5.49 SunFields5.50 Suniva Inc.5.50.1 Suniva Powers 250 kW Rooftop Solar Array at UPS Center in Lakewood, New Jersey5.50.2 Suniva Optimus™ Solar Modules5.51 SunTech5.51.1 SunTech Local Sales Offices5.51.2 SunTech Strategic Positioning5.51.3 SunTech Sales5.51.4 SunTech Innovation5.51.5 SunTech Partners5.52 Tata BP Solar5.52.1 Tata BP Solar Manpacks5.52.2 Tata BP Solar Expands Manufacturing Capacity by 62% to Serve Growing SolarMarket in India5.53 Telio Solar5.54 Torresol Energy5.55 Trina Solar5.55.1 Trina Solar Partners5.55.2 Trina Solar Products5.55.3 Trina Solar Manufacturing5.55.4 Trina Revenue5.55.5 Trina Solar Regional Revenue5.56 Total / Sunpower5.56.1 SunPower 2.5-Megawatt Solar Power System: Munich Re5.56.2 SunPower Corporation Revenue5.56.3 Total (CAC: TOTF.PA) and SunPower5.56.4 1.8-Megawatt Solar Power System Planned for Bloomberg‘s New Jersey Campus5.57 Yingli Green Energy5.57.1 Yingli Green Solar Energy Vertical Integration5.57.2 Yingli Green Solar Energy Power Controlled5.57.3 Yingli Green Solar Energy ProjectsAppendixTechnology ReviewSelected List Of CompaniesList of Tables and FiguresTable ES-1Solar Market Growth Key Factors Driving DemandTable ES-2
    • Forces Driving Investment in Solar EnergyFigure ES-3Solar Panel and Systems Market Shares, Dollars, 2010Figure ES-5Solar Panel and Systems Markets Forecasts Dollars,Worldwide, 2011-2017Figure 1-1Driving Forces for Climate ChangeTable 1-2International Energy Agency Forecasts for 2030Table 1-3Importance of Energy ManagementFigure 1-4How Solar Power WorksTable 1-5Semiconductor Device Industry Characteristics:Figure 1-6Global Primary Energy ScenarioTable 1-7Solar Fosters Energy IndependenceFigure 1-8Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy SystemsFigure 1-8Flisom thin-film technology for flexible CIGS solar cellsFigure 1-9Solar Panel Azimuth Angle and Magnetic DeclinationFigure 1-10Nanocrystalline Silicon LayersFigure 1-11Average Solar IrradianceFigure 1-12Global Solar Resources for PV Photovoltaic and CSP TechnologiesSolar Panel Azimuth Angle and Magnetic DeclinationFigure 1-10Nanocrystalline Silicon LayersFigure 1-11Average Solar IrradianceFigure 1-12Global Solar Resources for PV Photovoltaic and CSP TechnologiesFigure 1-21PV In Standalone Devices Solar Parking MeterFigure 1-22Phases of Migration to Sustainable Solar MarketsFigure 1-23Public Policy to Encourage Sustainable EconomicsTable 1-24Sustainable Solar Energy Market AspectsFigure 1-25Australian Government Solar Technology Testing
    • Figure 1-26Germany‘s Biggest Solar Installation, in Lieberose.German Tariff Cuts To SolarFigure 1-27Solar Energy ModuleTable 1-28Building And Construction Market Shifts Around Solar EnergyTable 1-29Parts Of The Solar Cell Manufacturing ProcessTable 1-30Description Of Solar ServicesFigure 1-31High-Tech Solar Cell Production at DeutscheCell GmbH; Freiberg/SaxonyFigure 1-32High-Tech Solar Production At DeutscheCell GmbH; Freiberg/SaxonyTable 2-1Solar Market Growth Key Factors Driving DemandTable 2-2Forces Driving Investment in Solar EnergyFigure 2-3Solar Panel and Systems Market Shares, Dollars, 2010Table 2-4Solar Energy Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010Table 2-5LDK Solar Key Information: Research & Development TargetsTable 2-6LDK Solar Planned Capacity:Table 2-7LDK Solar Production Site:Figure 2-8SolarWorld Solar InstallationFigure 2-9Solar Panel and Systems, Megawatts Shipped, Worldwide, 2010Table 2-10Solar Panel Megawatts Shipped Market Shares,Worldwide, 2009 and 2010Figure 2-11Solar Panel and Systems Markets Forecasts Dollars,Worldwide, 2011-2017Table 2-12Solar Crystalline Silicon, Thin Film, ConcentratedPower Market Segments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017Table 2-13Solar Crystalline Silicon, Thin Film, ConcentratedPower Market Segments, Percent, Worldwide, 2011-2017Figure 2-14Solar Industry Dollars to Megawatts Ratio,
    • Worldwide, Forecasts, 2010-2017Figure 2-15Solar Industry Dollars to Megawatts Ratio, Forecasts, 2010-2017Table 2-16Solar Market Segments MegaWatts and DollarsComparison, Worldwide, 2011-2017Table 2-17Solar Energy Significant Growth FactorsTable 2-18Solar Energy Growth AspectsTable 2-19Electrical Storage MechanismsTable 2-20Solar Panel Megawatts Shipped Market Shares,Worldwide, 2009 and 2010Figure 2-21Solar Energy Shipments, Market ForecastsMegaWatts, Worldwide, 2011-2017Table 2-22Solar Market Segments MegaWatts, Worldwide, 2011-2017Table 2-23Solar Market Segments Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017Figure 2-24Crystalline Silicon c-Si PV and Thin Film PVPhotovoltaic TechnologiesFigure 2-25c-Si PV Photovoltaic TechnologiesFigure 2-26Silicon Global Module TrendFigure 2-27Solar Panels and Systems Crystalline SiliconeMarket Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017Figure 2-28Guardian Estimates of Global Soar PV Capacity, to 2020Figure 2-29Size of Commercial Rooftops in Square Feet andSolar Rooftop Penetration AnalysisTable 2-30Selected Solar Rooftop InstallationsFigure 2-31Commercial Solar Panel Units and Dollars, 2011-2016Table 2-32Solar Energy Storage AspectsFigure 2-33Solar Panel Commercial Photovoltaic Market Forecasts,Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016Table 2-34Trackers Transform Commercial Rooftop Solar:Table 2-35
    • Solar Rooftop Panels and TrackersFigure 2-36PhotovoltaicsFigure 2-37Solar Thin Film Panels and Systems MarketForecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017Figure 2-38Solar Thin Film InstallationFigure 2-39Thin Film Solar Panel Percentage of PV Module ProductionTable 2-40Thin Film Photovoltaic Product Attributes:Table 2-41Thin Film PV TechnologyFigure 2-42Concentrated Solar Power Market Forecasts,Worldwide, Dollars, 2011-2017Figure 2-43Concentrating Solar PowerFigure 2-44Parabolic Trough CSP SystemTable 2-45Solar Energy Marketplace And Secure Power ForBuildings BIPV Market FactorsTable 2-46HelioVolt Solar Panel Thin Film BenefitsFigure 2-47Global Solar Resources for PV Photovoltaic and CSP TechnologiesTable 2-32Solar Energy Storage AspectsFigure 2-33Solar Panel Commercial Photovoltaic Market Forecasts,Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016Table 2-34Trackers Transform Commercial Rooftop Solar:Table 2-35Solar Rooftop Panels and TrackersFigure 2-36PhotovoltaicsFigure 2-37Solar Thin Film Panels and Systems MarketForecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017Figure 2-38Solar Thin Film InstallationFigure 2-39Thin Film Solar Panel Percentage of PV Module ProductionTable 2-40Thin Film Photovoltaic Product Attributes:Table 2-41
    • Thin Film PV TechnologyFigure 2-42Concentrated Solar Power Market Forecasts,Worldwide, Dollars, 2011-2017Figure 2-43Concentrating Solar PowerFigure 2-44Parabolic Trough CSP SystemTable 2-45Solar Energy Marketplace And Secure Power ForBuildings BIPV Market FactorsTable 2-46HelioVolt Solar Panel Thin Film BenefitsFigure 2-47Global Solar Resources for PV Photovoltaic and CSP TechnologiesGlass Market Segments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010Table 2-52Glass Building and Automotive Market Segments,Dollars, Worldwide, 2010Table 2-53Vertically Integrated Manufacturing CapabilitiesTable 2-54Solar Panel and Systems Regional Market Segments, 2010Table 2-55Solar Panel and Systems Regional Market Segments, 2010Table 2-56Risks Related to Doing Business in ChinaFigure 3-1Sharp Powers Home with SolarTable 3-2Canadian Solar Key FeaturesFigure 3-3Q-Cells Q6LTT3Table 3-4Q-Cells Q6LTT3 Product benefits:Figure 3-5Yingli Green Energy ResidentialTable 3-6Yingli Green Energy Götz Family HomeTable 3-7Sharp Solar Panels TargetFigure 3-8Sharp Solar PanelsTable 3-9Canadian Solar Modules Performance-To-Price RatioTable 3-10Sanyo Sanyo HIT Double Solar Panel ApplicationsTable 3-11Sanyo HIT Double Solar Panel Mounting Options
    • Figure 3-12SolarWorld Added Value From GuaranteeFigure 3-13Sunmodule‘s Capacity Is GuaranteedFigure 3-14Q-Cells Q6LMX3Table 3-15Q-Cells Solar Product Benefits:Table 3-16Q-Cells Solar Cell Test ProtocolsFigure 3-17Q-Cells Q.PRO 225-240Table 3-18Q-Cells Q.PRO 225-240 Product BenefitsTable 3-19Q-Cells Q.PRO 225-240 Target MarketsFigure 3-20QCells Q.Base 215-230Table 3-21QCells Q.Base Product Benefits:Figure 3-22Mitsubishi Electric PV ModulesFigure 3-23Mitsubishi Electric PV Highly Efficient ModulesFigure 3-24Mitsubishi Electric PV Modules TD Series:Tightest ToleranceFigure 3-25Mitsubishi Electric PV Modules Derating Example,Capacitor Failure Rates by Stress Ratio.Figure 3-26Mitsubishi Electric PV Traditional ModuleFigure 3-27Yingli Green Energy Commercial InstallationFigure -28TATA BP Solar Energy to BusinessTable 3-29DayStar CIGS on GlassFigure 3-30MiaSole Frameless Double Glass ModuleTable 3-31MiaSole Thin Film Solar Key FeaturesTable 3-32MiaSole Thin Film Solar Electrical and Thermal PerformanceTable 3-33MiaSole Thin Film Solar Physical and Mechanical SpecificationsTable 3-34MiaSole Thin Film Solar Panel Size SpecificationsFigure 3-35
    • MiaSole TechnologyFigure 3-36First Solar Operations and Maintenance O&MAdvanced Features And InfrastructuresSolarWorld Added Value From GuaranteeFigure 3-13Sunmodule‘s Capacity Is GuaranteedFigure 3-14Q-Cells Q6LMX3Table 3-15Q-Cells Solar Product Benefits:Table 3-16Q-Cells Solar Cell Test ProtocolsFigure 3-17Q-Cells Q.PRO 225-240Table 3-18Q-Cells Q.PRO 225-240 Product BenefitsTable 3-19Q-Cells Q.PRO 225-240 Target MarketsFigure 3-20QCells Q.Base 215-230Table 3-21QCells Q.Base Product Benefits:Figure 3-22Mitsubishi Electric PV ModulesFigure 3-23Mitsubishi Electric PV Highly Efficient ModulesFigure 3-24Mitsubishi Electric PV Modules TD Series:Tightest ToleranceFigure 3-25Mitsubishi Electric PV Modules Derating Example,Capacitor Failure Rates by Stress Ratio.Figure 3-26Mitsubishi Electric PV Traditional ModuleFigure 3-27Yingli Green Energy Commercial InstallationFigure -28TATA BP Solar Energy to BusinessTable 3-29DayStar CIGS on GlassFigure 3-30MiaSole Frameless Double Glass ModuleTable 3-31MiaSole Thin Film Solar Key FeaturesTable 3-32MiaSole Thin Film Solar Electrical and Thermal PerformanceTable 3-33MiaSole Thin Film Solar Physical and Mechanical Specifications
    • Table 3-34MiaSole Thin Film Solar Panel Size SpecificationsFigure 3-35MiaSole TechnologyFigure 3-36First Solar Operations and Maintenance O&MAdvanced Features And InfrastructuresTable 3-45Masdar PV Micromorph Thin-Film Solar ModulesQuality and PerformanceTable 3-46Masdar PV Micromorph Thin-Film Solar Modules Production LinesTable 3-45Masdar PV Micromorph Thin-Film Solar ModulesQuality and PerformanceTable 3-46Masdar PV Micromorph Thin-Film Solar Modules Production LinesTable 3-47HelioVolt Thin-Film Copper Indium Gallium Selenide(―CIGS‖) Module AdvantagesTable 3-48HelioVolt Solar Panel Thin Film BenefitsFigure 3-49Ascent Solar Technologies Building IntegratedPhotovoltaics (BIPV) ModulesTable 3-50Ascent Solar‘s WaveSol™ Light BuildingIntegrated Modules FunctionsTable 3-51Ascent Solar WaveSol™ Light ModulesBuilding Integration Benefits:Table 3-52Canadian Solar BIPV Modules ApplicationsTable 3-53Canadian Solar BIPV Modules SpecificationFigure 3-54Photovoltaic Consumer Solar ProductsFigure 3-55Ascent Solar Electronic IntegratedPhotovoltaics (EIPV) ModulesTable 3-56Ascent Solar‘s WaveSol™ Mobile ModulesFigure 3-57Ascent Solar WaveSol™ Mobile Module FeaturesFigure 3-58Ascent Solar WaveSol™ Mobile Module Target MarketsTable 3-59Ascent Solar WaveSol™ Mobile Product Benefits forElectronic Integration
    • Figure 3-60Ascent Solar Defense Module & ApplicationsTable 3-61Ascent Solar Military ApplicationsTable 3-62Ascent Solar WaveSol™ Extreme Modules: At-A-GlanceTable 3-63Ascent Solar‘s WaveSol™ Extreme Solar ModulesFigure 3-64Ascent Solar Cell PhoneTable 3-65Ascent Solar WaveSol™ Micro ModulesTable 3-66Ascent Solar Electronic Devices Ideal forAscent Solar WaveSol™ Custom ModulesTable 3-67Ascent WaveSol™ Micro Solar Electronic Product BenefitsTable 3-68Canadian Solar Car Battery Charger FeaturesTable 3-69LDK Solar Key Information: Research & Development TargetsFigure 3-70LDK Solar Photovoltaic CellFigure 3-71LDK Solar Assembled PV ModulesTable 3-72LDK Solar 160D to 190D SeriesFigure 3-73Yingli Green EnergyPanda 265 SeriesTable 3-74Yingli Green Energy Solar Panel SpecificationsFigure 3-75Yingli Green Energy YL/YGE SeriesFigure 3-76Yingli Green Energy YL/YGE 185 SeriesTable 3-77Yingli Green Energy Solar Panel CharacteristicsTable 3-78Yingli Green Energy Solar Panel Product Benefits:Table 3-79Petra Solar Benefits:Table 3-80Scatec Solar GmbH Operational Management ServicesFor Solar ParksTable 3-81Photovoltaic Solar Park AdvantagesTable 3-82Scatec Solar Roof Design FunctionsTable 3-83
    • Scatec Solar Roof Photovoltaic System Components:Table 3-84Scatec Solar Carport Construction Features:Table 3-85SCHOTT POLY® PV Modules Key Advantages:Figure 3-86Solyndra Systems Cylindrical DesignFigure 3-87Solyndra Systems Copper Indium GalliumDiselenide (CIGS) With A Hermetic Seal At TheEnd Of Each ModuleFigure 3-88Solyndra vs. Conventional Rooftop PV SystemsFigure 3-89Solyndra vs. Conventional Rooftop PV SystemsFigure 3-90Solyndra Systems Conventional Flat PV PanelsFigure 3-91Solyndra Systems Independent Testing LabsFigure 3-92Solyndra Systems Leverages Benefits of a Solar CylinderFigure 3-93Solyndra Cylinder SystemsFigure 3-94Solyndra Systems Benefits In a Snowy EnvironmentFigure 3-95Solyndra Systems Cylindrical Design Attracts LessDirt And Airborne Particles, And MoistureFigure 3-96Solyndra Systems Cell Type Cylindrical CIGS FeaturesTable 3-97Solyndra Systems Benefits for Greenhouse ApplicationsFigure 3-98Stirling energy systems, inc. (SES) Builds TheSuncatcher™ Solar DishFigure 3-99SES SunCatcherFigure 3-100SES SunCatcher Stirling Dish EngineFigure 3-101SES SunCatcher™ 25-Kilowatt-Electric (kWe) Solar DishFigure -102Sun Belts of the WorldFigure 3-103Telio Solar CellsFigure -104Telio Solar Cells Customized Patterning EquipmentFigure 3-104Abengoa Solar Radiation Concentration
    • Figure 3-105Abengoa Solar Concentrating PowerTable 3-106Abengoa Solar Operating Scheme For Parabolic TroughTable 3-107Abengoa Solar Main Components For Parabolic Trough TechnologyTable 3-108Abengoa Solar Parabolic Trough ReflectorTable 3-109Abengoa Solar Receiver Tube Or Heat Collection Element:Table 3-110Abengoa Solar Untracking and Support Structure SystemTable 3-111Abengoa Solar Parabolic Trough Models:Figure 3-112Abengoa Solar Concentrating Solar PowerTable 3-113Abengoa Solar Trough. TechnologyVariables To Be Analyzed When Defining An InstallationFigure 3-114Abengoa Solar Land Requirements for 100 MW PlantsFigure 3-115Abengoa Solar Individual Parabolic Trough CollectorModules Attached TogetherTable 3-116Abengoa Concentrating Solar Power Trough SpecificationsFigure 3-117Abengoa Solar Tower Systems Create A HeliostatField Comprised Of Movable MirrorsTable 3-118Abengoa Solar operating scheme for tower technologyFigure 3-119Abengoa Solar TowersTable 3-120Abengoa Solar Tower Technology Plant RequirementsFigure 3-121Abengoa Solar Tower TechnologyFigure 3-122Abengoa Solar Land RequirementsTable 3-123Abengoa Solar Solar Tower Basic RequirementsFigure 3-124Abengoa Solar Independent ProjectsTable 3-125Daqo New Energy Module CharacteristicsFigure 3-126JinkoSolar Produces Ingots, Wafers, Cells, and ModulesFigure 4-1Solar Reflector System
    • Figure 4-2Thin Film TechnologiesFigure 4-3Photovoltaic Cell, Module, and Array SystemsTable 4-4Types of PV Systems:Table 4-5BP Solar Modules TestingFigure 4-6Cross Section of Typical CIGS Solar CellFigure 4-7Photovoltaic PV Theoretical LimitsTable 4-8Fist Solar Technology AdvantagesFigure 4-9First Solar Technology Pathways to ImprovedSolar Conversion EfficiencyFigure 4-10PV Module Technology & ManufacturingFigure 4-11First Solar Top Down Efficiency of CdTe TechnologyFigure 4-12Bottom Up Efficiency of CdTeFigure 4-13CdTe Capabilities vs. First Solar RequirementsFigure 4-14First Solar Comparison of CdTe to Other TechnologiesFigure 4-15Tuson Arizona Electric Use of Solar PowerFigure 4-16First Solar Improvements in Module Conversion EfficienciesTable 4-17First Solar RoadmapFigure 4-18First Solar Module CdTe EfficiencyGains vs. Crystalline Silicon >3xFigure 4-19Trina Solar Silicon TechnologyFigure 4-20SunTech Pluto TechnologyFigure 4-21Thin Film PanelsFigure 4-22Effect of Shading on Solar Panel EfficiencyTable 4-23Polysilicon ProducersFigure 4-24Polysilicon Feedstock to Module Competitive Cost StructureFigure 5-1
    • Abengoa Building of SolanaFigure 5-2Abengoa International PresenceTable 5-3Abengoa Solar Commitment to Solar EnergyFigure 5-4Abengoa Solar Global PresenceFigure 5-5Abengoa Solar Power Plants PS10 Heliostats ConstructionTable 5-6Abengoa Solar Promotion, Construction, and OperationFigure 5-7Abengoa Solar Types of Solar PowerTable 5-8Abengoa Solar R&DFigure 5-9Abengoa Solar and City Council of SanLúcar laMayor PS10 In Operation Beside=S Ps20 Under ConstructionTable 5-10Abengoa Solar Project ActivitiesTable 5-11Applied Materials Silicon Systems Group Global PositioningTable 5-12Applied Materials Company FactsTable 5-13Applied Materials Core Competencies To Achieve LeadershipFigure 5-14Ascent Solar Technologies PanelFigure 5-15Ascent Solar Technologies Flexible SubstrateTable 5-16Ascent Solar Company PositioningFigure 5-17ATS Automation Tooling SystemsTable 5-18ATS PositioningFigure 5-19Bosch Solar Energy Target MarketsFigure 5-20Bosch Solar CellFigure 5-21Bosch Solar Cells: ProductionTable 5-22China Glass Holdings CSGA‘s Notable ProjectsTable 5-23Tianwei Key StrengthsFigure 5-24Tianwei New Energy Holdings Co., Ltd. Participatesin the German Solar Exhibition
    • Figure 5-25Tianwei New Energy Holdings Co., Ltd.German Solar ExhibitionFigure 5-26Hoku Solar Residential Built-In PVFigure 5-27Hoku Solar Prudential Locations, LLCFigure 5-28Hoku Solar Paradise BeveragesFigure 5- 29Hoku Solar Kuroda AutobodyFigure 5-30DayStar CIGS Monolithic Manufacturing ProcessFigure 5-31Dow Policy Of Transparency And AccountabilityTable 5-32Dow PositioningTable 5-33Dye Solar Cells BenefitsFigure 5-34First Solar Shipped Modules Energy Generating CapacityTable 5-35First Solar AchievementsFigure 5-36G24I Flexible Solar ModuleTable 5-37G24i‘s Dye Sensitized Thin Film: FeaturesTable 5-38G24I Indoor Solar Power Target MarketsTable 5-39G24I positioningTable 5-40G24I Technology Platform: Manufacturing TechnologiesFigure 5-41JinkoSolar MilesonesFigure 5-42Jinko Solar Network WorldwideTable 5-42LDK Solar Acquired Crystalline Module Key StrengthsTable 5-43LDK Solar Wafer Business Cost-Effective Production MetricsTable 5-44LDK Solar Strategies That Allow The CompanyTo Produce Polysilicon Cost-EffectivelyTable 5-45LDK Solar Key StrategiesTable 5-46LDK Solar Multicrystalline Technical specificationsTable 5-47
    • LDK Solar Mono Crystalline Wafer Technical SpecificationsFigure 5-48Masdar PV Thin-Film ModulesTable 5-49Masdar PV Focused And Holistic Strategy ActivitiesTable 5-50United Arab Emirates Technology Commitment to MasdarTable 5-51Masdar PV Technology Development PartnersFigure 5-52MEMC business units: Semiconductor Materials, SolarMaterials and Solar Energy Served Market SizeTable 5-53MEMC Leadership and ExpertiseFigure 5-54MEMC Global Sales And ManufacturingFigure 5-55MEMC Wafer Manufacturing ProcessTable 5-56MEMC Solar Energy ROI AdvantagesTable 5-57Motech Solar Cells Quality AdvantagesTable 5-58Motech Cell-To-Module Performance (CTM)Figure 5-59Motech Moonnocrystalline x-CellsFigure 5-60Panasonic / Sanyo Solar HIT Garage Roof PanelsFigure 5-61Panasonic / Sanyo Solar HIT Roof PanelsFigure 5-62Panasonic / Sanyo Solar HIT PanelsFigure 5-63Mitsubishi Electric Power Module for Electric VehiclesTable 5-64Mitsubishi Electric Group J-Series FeaturesTable 5-65Mitsubishi Electric Group Automotive-Grade Quality And FunctionalityTable 5-66Mitsubishi Electric Group J-Series T-PMTable 5-67Mitsubishi Electric Group Power ModuleTest Samples SpecificationsTable 5-68Oerlikon Solar PositioningTable 5-69Oerlikon Solar‘s ThinFabTM Advantages:Figure 5-70
    • Petra Solar Utility Pole SolarFigure 5-71QCellsFigure 5-72QCells 2010 Targets and AchievementsFigure 5-73Scatec Solar Corporate StructureTable 5-74SCHOTT Solar Products Photovoltaic Modules AdvantagesFigure 5-75Sharp Solar Power PlantsFigure 5-76Sharp Solar AutoTable 5-77Sharp Solar Panel AdvantagesFigure 5-78SolFocus CPV systems Thin Film SolutionsFigure 5-79Solyndra Rooftop SystemsFigure 5-80Solyndra Rooftop Solar SystemsFigure 5-81Solyndra Rooftop Mounting SolarFigure 5-82Solyndra Rooftop SolarFigure 5-83SolarWorld Revenue by RegionFigure 5-84SolarWorld Global MarketsFigure 5-85SunTech Worldwide PresenceFigure 5-86Tata BP Solar SalesFigure 5-87Tata BP Solar water HeaterTable 5-88Tata BP Solar ApplicationsFigure 5-89Tata BP Solar Water PumpingFigure 5-90Tata BP Solar ManpacksFigure 5-91Yingli Green Solar Energy Vertical IntegrationTable 5-92Yingli Green Solar Energy Benefits of Vertical Integration
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