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The Solar Power Generation Technologies Market Outlook: Market overview, photovoltaic and concentrating solar power technologies, capacity, generation, legislation, and the future outlook

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Solar energy holds high potential for utility-scale power generation. It is estimated that solar energy received by the earth in a year, has the potential to provide 1,000 times of total annual world energy consumption, though it contributes only 0.02% of world's total power, as the technology continues to be predominantly unexplored. Solar power generation technologies can primarily be segregated into two categories. The first is direct solar technologies (also called solar cell or solar photovoltaic) which generate electricity directly from the sunlight. The second are indirect technologies (also called concentrated solar power technologies) which use the heat of the sunlight to generate electricity.Currently, both direct solar technologies and indirect solar technologies deliver efficiencies ranging from 12'15%. However, direct solar technologies are preferred for installation due to better government incentives. Currently, the most prominent types of direct solar technologies are crystalline solar PV and thin-films. Crystalline solar PV holds close to 85% of the total market share, leaving the remainder to thin-films. The growth of indirect solar technologies is expected to have large volume growth in the future on the grounds of low cost of power generation and integration with heat storage systems such as molten salt. The report provides insight on solar power generation technologies, recent developments, legislative framework in various regions and the future outlook.Key findings of the reportIn 2009, investment in renewables was US$150bn, with growth of 25% over 2008. Germany, China, and the US were the largest investors in the renewables in 2009.The global solar power installed capacity grew at CAGR of 29.3% from 1996'2009 which grew rapidly from 2004 when Germany's FiT scheme became effective and led to large number of additional solar PV installations.Government incentives and mandates worldwide are the key driver for growth in solar power. For instance, Germany's policies (including feed-in-tariffs and solar building codes) have attracted significant investments and facilitated the installation of over 9GW of solar power generation capacity in the country by the end of 2009. The incentives for solar power can be divided into feed in tariff, grants and subsidies, and tax credit.According to projections by the EPIA's moderate scenario, which is based on prevailing legislative framework, the world cumulative solar PV installed power generation capacity may reach 76.6GW by 2014, while cumulative CSP plant installed power generation capacity may reach 12.7GW by 2015.Use this report to...' Analyze the potential of solar power compared to other renewables regarding installed capacity, investment, growth, and economics.' Achieve a comprehensive understanding of solar power generation technologies working principles, installed capacity, and efficiencies.' Comprehend current developments in each of the solar power technologies along with major players, and economics.' Assess the potential of solar power technologies in various regions including Europe, North America, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa ' covering installed capacity, legislative framework, drivers, resistors, and the future outlook.' Understand the future growth trend for prominent solar power technologies with projected installed capacity by technologyExplore issues including...High cost of installation and generation: Solar power technology such as solar PV panels is comparatively expensive which restricts its growth among renewables. Solar panels are considerably expensive to produce due to high material costs and the cost of electricity generation through these panels increases as large arrays of solar panels are needed to provide a sufficient level of electricity.Inconsistent load profile: Solar power technology relies on the steady delivery of sun rays to generate electricity which results in inconsistent load profile as it is unabl

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The Solar Power Generation Technologies Market Outlook: Market overview, photovoltaic and concentrating solar power technologies, capacity, generation, legislation, and the future outlook

  1. 1. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!The Solar Power Generation Technologies Market Outlook: Marketoverview, photovoltaic and concentrating solar power technologies,capacity, generation, legislation, and the future outlookPublished on October 2009 Report SummarySolar energy holds high potential for utility-scale power generation. It is estimated that solar energy received by the earth in a year,has the potential to provide 1,000 times of total annual world energy consumption, though it contributes only 0.02% of worlds totalpower, as the technology continues to be predominantly unexplored. Solar power generation technologies can primarily besegregated into two categories. The first is direct solar technologies (also called solar cell or solar photovoltaic) which generateelectricity directly from the sunlight. The second are indirect technologies (also called concentrated solar power technologies) whichuse the heat of the sunlight to generate electricity.Currently, both direct solar technologies and indirect solar technologies deliver efficiencies ranging from 1215%. However, directsolar technologies are preferred for installation due to better government incentives. Currently, the most prominent types of directsolar technologies are crystalline solar PV and thin-films. Crystalline solar PV holds close to 85% of the total market share, leaving theremainder to thin-films. The growth of indirect solar technologies is expected to have large volume growth in the future on the groundsof low cost of power generation and integration with heat storage systems such as molten salt. The report provides insight on solarpower generation technologies, recent developments, legislative framework in various regions and the future outlook.Key findings of the reportIn 2009, investment in renewables was US$150bn, with growth of 25% over 2008. Germany, China, and the US were the largestinvestors in the renewables in 2009.The global solar power installed capacity grew at CAGR of 29.3% from 19962009 which grew rapidly from 2004 when Germanys FiTscheme became effective and led to large number of additional solar PV installations.Government incentives and mandates worldwide are the key driver for growth in solar power. For instance, Germanys policies(including feed-in-tariffs and solar building codes) have attracted significant investments and facilitated the installation of over 9GW ofsolar power generation capacity in the country by the end of 2009. The incentives for solar power can be divided into feed in tariff,grants and subsidies, and tax credit.According to projections by the EPIAs moderate scenario, which is based on prevailing legislative framework, the world cumulativesolar PV installed power generation capacity may reach 76.6GW by 2014, while cumulative CSP plant installed power generationcapacity may reach 12.7GW by 2015.Use this report to... Analyze the potential of solar power compared to other renewables regarding installed capacity, investment, growth, and economics. Achieve a comprehensive understanding of solar power generation technologies working principles, installed capacity, andefficiencies. Comprehend current developments in each of the solar power technologies along with major players, and economics.The Solar Power Generation Technologies Market Outlook: Market overview, photovoltaic and concentrating solar power technologies, capacity, generation, legislation, Page 1/10and the future outlook (From Slideshare)
  2. 2. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email! Assess the potential of solar power technologies in various regions including Europe, North America, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, theMiddle East, and Africa covering installed capacity, legislative framework, drivers, resistors, and the future outlook. Understand the future growth trend for prominent solar power technologies with projected installed capacity by technologyExplore issues including...High cost of installation and generation: Solar power technology such as solar PV panels is comparatively expensive which restrictsits growth among renewables. Solar panels are considerably expensive to produce due to high material costs and the cost ofelectricity generation through these panels increases as large arrays of solar panels are needed to provide a sufficient level ofelectricity.Inconsistent load profile: Solar power technology relies on the steady delivery of sun rays to generate electricity which results ininconsistent load profile as it is unable to supply power on a consistent basis.Limited number of high insolation areas: Limited number of high insolation regions will continue to restrict the growth of solar power.Only around 55% of the Earths surface (land) is ideal for solar power as unlike wind, solar plants cannot be installed offshore.Relatively short operating life of CSP technologies: The short operating life of CSP technologies compared to solar PV is expected tobe a key resistor to its growth.Discover... What are the drivers for solar power generation What are the prominent solar power generation technologies in operation What are the technological developments taking place in solar power generation technologies What is the installed capacity, growth, and future outlook for solar power technologies What are the growth potential of solar power technologies in global regions and how are they supported by the relative governments Table of ContentTable of ContentsDisclaimer 2Executive summary 13Market overview 13Solar photovoltaics (PV) technologies 14Concentrating solar power (CSP) technologies 15Solar power in Europe 16Solar power in North America 17Solar power in Asia Pacific 18Solar power in Latin America 19Solar power in the Middle East and Africa 20Future outlook 21Chapter 1 Market overview 22Summary 22The Solar Power Generation Technologies Market Outlook: Market overview, photovoltaic and concentrating solar power technologies, capacity, generation, legislation, Page 2/10and the future outlook (From Slideshare)
  3. 3. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Overview of the solar power market 23Development of solar power technology 23Growth of solar power 24Solar resources 27Installed power generation capacity and growth 29Economics of solar power 32Drivers for solar power 35Energy security and climate change concerns 35Government incentives and mandates 36The Feed-in Tariff (FIT) 37Direct subsidy on solar equipment 37Tax Credit 38Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS) and Renewable Energy Standards (RES) 38Technological developments 39Resistors against solar power 40Inconsistent load profile 40High cost of installation and generation 40Chapter 2 Solar photovoltaics (PV) technologies 42Summary 42Overview of solar photovoltaics (PV) technologies 43Technology overview 43Crystalline silicon (c-Si) cell 47Single crystalline (sc-Si) cell 47Multi-crystalline (mc-Si) cell 48Crystalline cell projects 49Thin-films 50Amorphous silicon (a-Si) TFSC 51Cadmium telluride (CdTe) TFSC 51Copper-Indium-Diselenide (CIS) and Copper-Indium-Gallium-Diselenide (CIGS) TFSC 52Thin-film projects 52Concentrated PV (CPV) 52CPV projects 53Novel PV 53Global solar PV production 54Installed power generation capacity and growth 57Key players 59Economics 61Drivers for solar PV technologies 61Flexible installation and capacity variation 61Long life and durability 62Global horizontal irradiation (GHI) vs. direct normal irradiance (DNI) 62Continued R&D 63Resistors against solar PV technologies 63High generation cost 63Inconsistent load profile 64Chapter 3 Concentrating solar power (CSP) technologies 65Summary 65Overview of concentrating solar power (CSP) technologies 66The Solar Power Generation Technologies Market Outlook: Market overview, photovoltaic and concentrating solar power technologies, capacity, generation, legislation, Page 3/10and the future outlook (From Slideshare)
  4. 4. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Technology overview 66Parabolic troughs 68Parabolic trough projects 70Solar dishes 72Solar dish projects 74Solar towers 75Solar tower projects 77Linear Fresnel reflectors 79LFR projects 80Heat storage system 81Pressurized steam-based heat storage 82Concrete-based heat storage 82Molten salt-based heat storage 82Comparative summary for CSP technologies 83Installed power generation capacity and growth 83Key players 86Economics 87Drivers for CSP technologies 88Low cost of power generation 88Heat storage capability 88Resistors against CSP technologies 89Inflexible installation and capacity variation 89Relatively short operating life 89Global horizontal irradiation vs. direct normal irradiance 90Chapter 4 Solar power in Europe 91Summary 91Installed power generation capacity and growth 92Legislation 94FIT and bonus 95Tax credit 96Grant and subsidy 97Others subsidies and mechanisms for solar power 97Drivers for solar power in Europe 98The EUs carbon reduction targets 98Energy security 98Resistors against solar power in Europe 99Low DNI levels 99Solar power outlook for Europe 100The EU 100Germany 101Spain 104Italy 105Solar power in North America 106Summary 106Installed power generation capacity and growth 107Legislation 111The US 111Grant and subsidies 112The Solar Power Generation Technologies Market Outlook: Market overview, photovoltaic and concentrating solar power technologies, capacity, generation, legislation, Page 4/10and the future outlook (From Slideshare)
  5. 5. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Tax credits 112Other subsidies and incentives for solar power 113FIT 114Tax credit 114Other subsidies and incentives for solar power 114Canada 114Grants and subsidies 115FIT 115Drivers for solar power in North America 115Better financing to solar power projects as a result of economic recovery 115Technological innovations 116Resistors against solar power in North America 117High preference for other renewable sources 117Increasing energy efficiency 117Solar power outlook for North America 118Chapter 5 Solar power in Asia Pacific 120Summary 120Installed power generation capacity and growth 121Legislation 123FIT 123Tax credit 124Grants and subsidies 124Other subsidies and incentives for solar power 124Drivers for solar power in Asia Pacific 125Geographical advantage 125Low cost of manufacturing 125Resistors against solar power in Asia Pacific 126Ambiguity compared to government policies 126Solar power outlook for Asia Pacific 126Japan 127China 128India 130Chapter 6 Solar power in Latin America 133Summary 133Installed power generation capacity and growth 134Legislation 135FIT 136Grants and subsidies 136Tax credits 136Other subsidies and incentives for solar power 137Drivers for solar power in Latin America 137Government incentives 137Resistors against solar power in Latin America 138Better availability of hydropower and wind power resources 138Solar power outlook for Latin America 139Mexico 139Brazil 140Chapter 7 Solar power in the Middle East and Africa 141The Solar Power Generation Technologies Market Outlook: Market overview, photovoltaic and concentrating solar power technologies, capacity, generation, legislation, Page 5/10and the future outlook (From Slideshare)
  6. 6. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Summary 141Installed power generation capacity and growth 142Legislation 144Africa 144FIT 145Grants and Subsidies 145Tax Credit 145Other subsidies and incentives for solar power 145The Middle East 146Drivers for solar power in Africa and the Middle East 146Geographical advantage 146Resistors against solar power in Africa and the Middle East 147Lack of government incentives and mandates 147Solar power outlook for Africa and the Middle East 147Africa 147Algeria 147Egypt 148Morocco 149South Africa 149The Middle East 149UAE 150Israel 150Chapter 8 Future outlook 152Summary 152Global solar power 153Solar PV outlook 154Concentrating solar power (CSP) outlook 157Glossary 162Abbreviations 162Table of figuresFigure 1: Global investment in renewables 2008 (US$bn), 2009 25Figure 2: Global insolation map (hours), 2008 29Figure 3: Global cumulative installed renewable power generation capacity 200709 (GW), 2010 30Figure 4: Total global cumulative installed solar power generation capacity 19962009 (MW), 2010 32Figure 5: Average installation cost by source of electricity (US$/kW), 2010 33Figure 6: Power generation cost by power source (US$/MWh), 2010 35Figure 7: Solar cell working principle, 2010 44Figure 8: Band gap of key semiconductors used in solar cell (eV), 2007 46Figure 9: Single and multi crystalline solar cells, 2008 48Figure 10: Spains Olmedilla photovoltaic park, 2009 50Figure 11: Amorphous silicon (a-Si)-based TFSC, 2009 51Figure 12: Global solar PV production 200408 (MW), 2010 55Figure 13: Global solar PV production by country 2008 (%), 2010 56Figure 14: Global cumulative installed solar PV power generation capacity 19992009 (MW), 2010 58Figure 15: Top 10 solar PV manufacturers by production in 2009 (MW), 2010 60Figure 16: Global DNI map (kWh per meters squared per year), 2010 68Figure 17: Parabolic troughs, 2008 69The Solar Power Generation Technologies Market Outlook: Market overview, photovoltaic and concentrating solar power technologies, capacity, generation, legislation, Page 6/10and the future outlook (From Slideshare)
  7. 7. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Figure 18: Parabolic trough power plant principle, 2007 70Figure 19: Aerial view of Solonova 1, 2, and 3 power plants in Spain, 2010 72Figure 20: Solar dish, 2009 73Figure 21: Maricopa solar plant, Arizona, 2008 74Figure 22: Solar tower, 2009 75Figure 23: Solar tower power generation through steam turbine, 2010 76Figure 24: Working principle of solar updraft towers, 2010 77Figure 25: PS10 and PS20 solar towers in Spain, 2009 78Figure 26: Working principle of LFR plant, 2008 79Figure 27: Aerial view of Kimberlina Solar Thermal Energy Plant, 2008 81Figure 28: Global cumulative installed CSP power generation capacity 19962009 (MW), 2010 84Figure 29: Installation and performance by CSP technology (%), 2009 86Figure 30: Cumulative installed solar PV power generation capacity in Europe 19992009 (MW), 2010 94Figure 31: Projected renewable power generation capacity in the EU 2009 and 2020 (GW), 2010 101Figure 32: Germanys target for renewables by 2020 (%), 2009 102Figure 33: Projected installed renewable power generation capacity in Germany 2009 and 2020 (GW), 2010 103Figure 34: Projected installed renewable power generation capacity in Spain 2009 and 2020 (GW), 2010 105Figure 35: Cumulative installed solar PV power generation capacity in North America 19992009 (MW), 2010 108Figure 36: Top 10 states by solar power installation 2009 (MW), 2010 109Figure 37: Cumulative installed CSP power generation capacity in North America (MW), 1999 2010 111Figure 38: Forecast installed power generation capacity of solar PV in the US 20092014 (MW), 2010 119Figure 39: Cumulative installed solar PV power generation capacity in Asia Pacific 19992009 (MW), 2010 122Figure 40: Cumulative installed solar PV power generation capacity in Japan 201014 (MW), 2010 128Figure 41: Projected cumulative installed solar PV power generation capacity in China by 2014 (MW), 2010 130Figure 42: Targets for installed solar power generation capacity in India 201022 (MW), 2010132Figure 43: Installed solar PV power generation capacity in Latin America (%), 2009 135Figure 44: Cumulative installed solar power generation capacity in Africa and Middle East (%), 2009 144Figure 45: Israel, cumulative installed solar PV power generation capacity 200309 (MW), 2010 151Figure 46: Share of solar power in global electricity generation 2009 & 2050 (%), 2010 154Figure 47: Global installed solar PV power generation capacity 20102014 (MW), 2010 155Figure 48: Global polysilicon supply 201012 (1,000 MT), 2010 157Figure 49: Global total installed CSP power generation capacity by 2015 (MW), 2010 159Figure 50: Global cumulative installed CSP power generation capacity by technology 2015 (GW), 2010 160Table of tablesTable 1: Global investment in renewables 2008 (US$bn), 2009 25Table 2: Global cumulative installed renewable power generation capacity 200709 (GW), 2010 30Table 3: Total global cumulative installed solar power generation capacity 19962009 (MW), 2010 31Table 4: Average installation cost by source of electricity (US$/kW), 2010 33Table 5: Power generation cost by power source (US$/MWh), 2010 34Table 6: Band gap of key semiconductors used in solar cell (eV), 2007 46Table 7: Solar cell types, 2010 47Table 8: Global solar PV production 200408 (MW), 2010 55Table 9: Global solar PV production by country 2008 (MW), 2010 56Table 10: Global cumulative installed solar PV power generation capacity 19992009 (MW), 2010 57Table 11: Top 10 countries by cumulative installed solar PV power generation capacity 2009 (MW), 2010 59Table 12: Top 10 solar PV manufacturers by production in 2009 (MW), 2010 60Table 13: Power generation cost by technology, 2010 61Table 14: Cost comparison: CSP compared to solar PV technologies, 2010 63The Solar Power Generation Technologies Market Outlook: Market overview, photovoltaic and concentrating solar power technologies, capacity, generation, legislation, Page 7/10and the future outlook (From Slideshare)
  8. 8. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Table 15: Comparative summary for CSP technologies 83Table 16: Global cumulative installed CSP power generation capacity 19962009 (MW), 2010 84Table 17: Installation and performance by CSP technology, 2009 85Table 18: Key players in CSP technologies 87Table 19: CSP technology-based power generation cost, 2010 88Table 20: Cumulative installed solar PV power generation capacity in Europe 19992009 (MW), 2010 93Table 21: Projected renewable power generation capacity in the EU 2009 and 2020 (GW), 2010 100Table 22: Germanys target for renewables by 2020 (%), 2009 102Table 23: Projected installed renewable power generation capacity in Germany 2009 and 2020 (GW), 2010 103Table 24: Projected installed renewable power generation capacity in Spain 2009 and 2020 (GW), 2010 104 12Table 25: Cumulative installed solar PV power generation capacity in North America 19992009 (MW), 2010 107Table 26: Top 10 states by solar power installation 2009 (MW), 2010 109Table 27: Cumulative installed CSP power generation capacity in North America (MW), 1999 2010 110Table 28: Forecast installed power generation capacity of solar PV in the US 200914 (MW), 2010 118Table 29: Cumulative installed solar PV power generation capacity in Asia Pacific 19992009 (MW), 2010 122Table 30: Cumulative installed solar PV power generation capacity in Japan 201014 (MW), 2010 127Table 31: Projected cumulative installed solar PV power generation capacity in China by 2014 (MW), 2010 129Table 32: Targets for installed solar power generation capacity in India 201022 (MW), 2010131Table 33: Installed solar PV power generation capacity in Latin America (MW), 2009 135Table 34: Cumulative installed solar power generation capacity in Africa and Middle East (MW), 2009 143Table 35: Upcoming ISCC plants in Algeria, 2009 148Table 36: Israel, cumulative installed solar PV power generation capacity 200309 (MW), 2010 151Table 37: Share of solar power in global electricity generation 2009 & 2050 (%), 2010 153Table 38: Global installed solar PV power generation capacity 20102014 (MW), 2010 155Table 39: Global polysilicon supply 201012 (1,000 MT), 2010 157Table 40: Global total installed CSP power generation capacity by 2015 (MW), 2010 158Table 41: Global cumulative installed CSP power generation capacity by technology 2015 (GW), 2010 160Table 42: Select CSP projects in upcoming CSP markets, 2010 161The Solar Power Generation Technologies Market Outlook: Market overview, photovoltaic and concentrating solar power technologies, capacity, generation, legislation, Page 8/10and the future outlook (From Slideshare)
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