The world connector market for renewable energy wind and solar


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The world connector market for renewable energy wind and solar

  1. 1. | The World ConnectorMarket for Renewable Energy - Wind and Solar
  2. 2. Summary The Company has just released a new 7 chapter research report defining theWorld Connector Market for Renewable Energy. The report profiles the Wind andSolar segments of the global market and outlines the major product types,connector categories, connector types, as well as projecting annual connectorsales and forecast for each market segment and regions of the world. Theforecast will detail each specific connector category and connector type. Whilethere may be some reference made to electrical components, this report willfocus on the electronic connector content only. Today we are facing huge challenges: global warming, depleting naturalresources, population growth, increasing energy demand, rising energy pricesand unequal distribution of energy sources. All of these factors contribute to theurgent need to transform the energy sector, which primarily relies on fossil fuels,to one that uses renewable energies and energy efficient technologies.Renewable energy is defined as the energy derived from resources that areregenerative, or for all practical purposes, cannot be depleted. Resources includebiofuels, biomass, hydroelectric power, geothermal energy, solar energy, windpower, ocean thermal energy, wave power, and tidal power. The globalrenewable energy market grew by 20.4 percent in 2008 to reach a value of$310.5 billion and is forecast to have a value of $511.3 billion in 2013, anincrease of 64.7 percent since 2008.
  3. 3. Summary Potential of Wind Energy Renewable energy markets grew robustly in 2008. Among new renewables (excluding large hydropower), wind power was the largest addition to renewable energy capacity. Existing wind power capacity grew by 29 percent in 2008 to reach 121 GW, or more than double the 59 GW of capacity in place at the end of 2005. The 2008 increase was led by high growth in the strongest markets of the United States (8.4 GW added), 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 GW compared to Germany’s 24 GW. China doubled its wind power capacity for the fifth year in a row, ending 2008 at 12 GW, and breaching 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 Kingdom became the offshore wind power leader in 2008.
  4. 4. Summary Potential of Solar Energy Solar energy is at the root of most forms of energy that humans use for power. Scientific American magazine states, “The energy in sunlight striking the earth for 40 minutes is equivalent to global energy consumption for one year. Solar energy’s potential is off the charts.” The sun’s energy, known as solar radiation, can be converted into various forms of power, such as electricity and solar-thermal (or heat). Grid-connected solar PV continued to be the fastest growing power generation technology, with a 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. The concentrated solar power industry saw many new entrants and new manufacturing facilities in 2008. Solar hot water in Germany set record growth in 2008, with over 200,000 systems installed. Market Performance In Renewable Energy For Connectors
  5. 5. Table of Contents :Chapter 1 - Objectives, Scope and MethodologyIntroductionMarket Segments ProfiledRenewable Energy MarketWindSolarMethodologyRegional MarketsNorth AmericaChapter 2 - Overview and Executive SummaryConcerns over Global Warming and Climate ChangePotential of Wind EnergyPotential of Solar EnergyOutlook for Global Renewable Energy
  6. 6. Table of Contents : Chapter 3 - Market Performance in Renewable Energy for Connectors 2008 Renewable Energy Connector Market by Region 2013 Renewable Energy Connector Market by Region Connector Statistics Renewable Energy Markets 2007 - 2008 2008 Renewable Energy Connector Market by Region Connector Statistics Renewable Energy Markets 2008 - 2013 2008 - 2013 Renewable Energy Connector Market by Region Chapter 4 - Analysis of the Renewable Energy Market Kyoto and Copenhagen Crude Oil Prices by the Energy Information Administration (US)Global Energy Usage Policy and Regulatory Framework Power Generation Promotion Policies Solar and Other Renewable Hot Water/Heating Policies City and Local Government Policies
  7. 7. Table of Contents : Chapter 5 - Overview of Wind Energy Operating Principles of Wind Turbines Types of Wind Turbines Horizontal Axis Wind Turbines (HAWT) Vertical Axis Wind Turbines (VAWT) Turbine Size Small Wind Energy Systems Wind Farms Offshore Wind Farms Wind Technology Growth Drivers For Wind Energy Growth Drivers Economic Feasibility Policy
  8. 8.  More Related Reports : 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 & 2015 Forecast 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
  9. 9. For More details about above & other Reports plz contact : Market-for-Renewable-Energy-Wind-and-Solar-107129.htmlContact : PranaliAarkstore.comMob.No.918149852585Email: enquiry@aarkstore.comYou can also request for sample page of above mentionreports on