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Global Solar Photovoltaic Energy Market Analysis and Forecasts to 2012

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  • 【报告名称】Global Solar Photovoltaic Energy Market Analysis and Forecasts to 2012
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摘要

Description
The report provides detailed analysis and forecasts of the Solar Photovoltaic (PV) power industry, analyzing and forecasting key metrics relating to the installed capacities, market structure and regulatory policies that govern the industry. It provides information relating to the important technological, market, and research and development (R and D) trends and analyzes the growth and development of energy derived from solar photovoltaic power on a global basis. Additionally, it analyses the cost–related aspects of the solar PV technology. The report also provides trends and analysis of investments in the solar PV market as well as deal summary and news flow for the last 6 months. On an all, it helps an investor to gauge the market and technological development of the global solar PV power market.

Scope
  • Key drivers and challenges of Solar PV technology
  • Key technological and research and development trends
  • Predict and forecast future Solar PV industry trends and market size
  • Identify growth segments and opportunities in the Solar PV industry
  • Major cost-related aspects of the Solar PV Technology
  • Global and Region-wise Solar PV Market Analysis
  • Market overview, development and forecasts of the key countries
  • The policies and regulatory framework for each of the key countries in the Solar PV sector
  • Rapidly prepare more detailed and effective planning materials
Reasons to buy
  • Gain the most up to date and in-depth information on the Solar PV market
  • Analyze the Solar PV energy market on a global scale
  • Identify the key growth technologies and opportunities within the Solar PV industry
  • Facilitate decision-making based on strong historic and forecast data
  • Develop strategies based on the latest operational and regulatory events
  • Do deals with an understanding of how competitors are financed, and the mergers and partnerships that have shaped the Solar PV market
  • Identify and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the leading Solar PV companies
  • Identify key partners and business development opportunities
  • Understand and respond to your competitors’ business structure, strategy and prospects

目录及图表

1 Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents 2
1.1 List of Tables 17
1.2 List of Figures 19
2 Introduction 20
2.1 What is This Report About? 20
2.2 How to Use This Report? 20
2.3 Market Definition 20
3 Solar Photovoltaic, Executive Summary 21
4 Global Solar Photovoltaic Energy Market 23
4.1 Global Solar Photovoltaic Market, Overview 23
4.2 Global Solar PV Market Size and Growth, 2001-12 23
4.3 Global Solar PV Market, Top Countries, 2007 24
4.4 Global Solar PV Market, Cell Production, 2001-07 24
4.5 Global Solar PV Market, Top Cell Producers, 2007 25
5 Solar Photovoltaic Regional Market Trends 27
5.1 Europe 27
5.1.1 Solar PV in Europe, Market Size and Growth, 2001-12 27
5.1.2 Solar PV in Europe, Top Countries, 2007 28
5.1.3 Solar PV in Europe, Market Development in Key Countries 28
5.2 Asia-Pacific 39
5.2.1 Solar PV in Asia-Pacific, Market Size and Growth, 2001-12 39
5.2.2 Solar PV in Asia-Pacific, Top Countries, 2007 40
5.2.3 Solar PV in Asia-Pacific, Market Development in Key Countries 41
5.3 North America 48
5.3.1 Solar PV in North America, Market Size and Growth, 2001-12 48
5.3.2 Solar PV in North America, Top Countries, 2007 49
5.3.3 Solar PV in North America, Market Development in Key Countries 50
5.4 Central and South America 61
5.4.1 Solar PV in Central and South America, Market Size and Growth, 2001-12 61
5.4.2 Solar PV in Central and South America, Top Countries, 2007 62
5.4.3 Solar PV in Central and South America, Market Development in Key Countries 63
5.5 Africa and Middle East 67
6 Solar Photovoltaic, Technology and R&D Trends 68
6.1 Solar PV, Technology Analysis 68
6.1.1 Conventional Methods – Silicon Based 68
6.1.2 Thin Film Based 68
6.2 Solar PV, Key R&D Analysis 69
6.2.1 Solar PV, Key R&D Analysis, Overview 69
6.2.2 Solar PV, Key R&D Analysis in Germany 69
6.2.3 Solar PV, Key R&D Analysis in the US 70
6.2.4 Solar PV, Key R&D Analysis in Japan 71
7 Solar Photovoltaic, Cost Analysis 74
7.1.1 Solar PV, Cost Comparison with Other Renewable Technologies 74
8 Solar Photovoltaic, Key Drivers For Development 76
8.1 Environmental and Climate Change Concerns 76
8.2 Increasing Need for Secure Supply of Power 77
8.3 Supportive Policy and Regulatory Framework 78
8.3.1 Feed-in Tariff Policy 78
8.3.2 Renewable Energy Law (REL) 78
8.3.3 Renewable Portfolio Standards 78
8.3.4 Net Metering Laws 79
9 Solar Photovoltaic, Key Restraints For Growth 80
9.1 High Cost of Manufacturing Solar-electric Power Components 80
9.2 Inadequate Manufacturing Infrastructure to Increase Throughput and Yield 80
9.3 Need for Continuous Research and Development Efforts 80
9.4 Insufficient Development of Balance of Systems (BOS) 80
9.5 Institutional Barriers 80
10 Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd., Company Snapshot 82
10.1 Key Information 82
10.1.1 Company Overview 82
10.1.2 Financial Performance 82
10.1.3 SWOT Snapshot 82
10.2 Business Description 83
10.2.1 Business Overview 83
10.2.2 Photovoltaic Products 83
10.2.3 Major Products and Services 84
10.3 History 85
10.4 Business Strategy 88
10.4.1 Mission Statement 88
10.4.2 Strategy 88
10.4.3 Corporate Social Responsibility 89
10.5 SWOT Analysis 90
10.5.1 Overview 90
10.5.2 Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd. Strengths 91
10.5.3 Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd. Weaknesses 92
10.5.4 Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd. Opportunities 93
10.5.5 Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd. Threats 94
10.6 Competitors 95
10.7 Revenue Analysis 96
10.7.1 Revenue by Segment 96
10.7.2 Revenue by Geography 96
10.8 Share Holding Structure 97
10.9 Key Employees 98
10.10 Key Employee Biographies 99
10.11 Company Statement 101
10.12 Locations and Subsidiaries 104
10.12.1 Head Office 104
10.12.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 104
11 Renewable Energy Corporation ASA, Company Snapshot 106
11.1 Key Information 106
11.2 Company Overview 106
11.3 Financial Performance 106
11.4 SWOT Snapshot 106
11.5 Business Description 107
11.5.1 Business Overview 107
11.5.2 REC Silicon 107
11.5.3 REC Solar 108
11.5.4 REC Wafer 109
11.5.5 Major Products and Services 110
11.6 History 111
11.7 Business Strategy 113
11.7.1 Mission Statement 113
11.7.2 Strategy 113
11.7.3 Corporate Social Responsibility 113
11.8 SWOT Analysis 114
11.8.1 Overview 114
11.8.2 Renewable Energy Corporation ASA Strengths 114
11.8.3 Renewable Energy Corporation ASA Weaknesses 116
11.8.4 Renewable Energy Corporation ASA Opportunities 117
11.8.5 Renewable Energy Corporation ASA Threats 118
11.9 Competitors 119
11.10 Revenue Analysis 120
11.10.1 Revenue by Segment 120
11.10.2 Revenue by Geography 121
11.11 Share Holding Structure 122
11.12 Key Employees 123
11.13 Key Employee Biographies 124
11.14 Company Statement 126
11.15 Locations and Subsidiaries 128
11.15.1 Head Office 128
11.15.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 128
12 SolarWorld AG, Company Snapshot 130
12.1 Key Information 130
12.2 Company Overview 130
12.3 Financial Performance 130
12.4 SWOT Snapshot 130
12.5 Business Description 131
12.5.1 Business Overview 131
12.5.2 Cells 132
12.5.3 Modules 133
12.5.4 Trade 134
12.5.5 Wafers 136
12.5.6 Major Products and Services 137
12.6 History 138
12.7 Business Strategy 140
12.7.1 Mission Statement 140
12.7.2 Strategy 140
12.7.3 Corporate Social Responsibility 141
12.8 SWOT Analysis 142
12.8.1 Overview 142
12.8.2 SolarWorld AG Strengths 142
12.8.3 SolarWorld AG Weaknesses 144
12.8.4 SolarWorld AG Opportunities 144
12.8.5 SolarWorld AG Threats 145
12.9 Competitors 147
12.10 Revenue Analysis 148
12.10.1 Revenue by Segment 148
12.10.2 Revenue by Geography 148
12.11 Share Holding Structure 149
12.12 Key Employees 149
12.13 Key Employee Biographies 150
12.14 Company Statement 152
12.15 Locations and Subsidiaries 154
12.15.1 Head Office 154
13 Evergreen Solar, Inc. Company Snapshot 155
13.1 Key Information 155
13.2 Company Overview 155
13.3 Financial Performance 155
13.4 SWOT Snapshot 155
13.5 Business Description 156
13.5.1 Business Overview 156
13.5.2 Solar Power Products 156
13.5.3 Major Products and Services 157
13.6 History 158
13.7 Business Strategy 160
13.7.1 Mission Statement 160
13.7.2 Strategy 160
13.8 SWOT Analysis 161
13.8.1 Overview 161
13.8.2 Evergreen Solar, Inc. Strengths 161
13.8.3 Evergreen Solar, Inc. Weaknesses 163
13.8.4 Evergreen Solar, Inc. Opportunities 163
13.8.5 Evergreen Solar, Inc. Threats 164
13.9 Competitors 166
13.10 Revenue Analysis 167
13.10.1 Revenue by Segment 167
13.10.2 Revenue by Geography 167
13.11 Share Holding Structure 168
13.12 Key Employees 168
13.13 Key Employee Biographies 169
13.14 Company Statement 170
13.15 Locations and Subsidiaries 173
13.15.1 Head Office 173
13.15.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 173
14 Q-Cells AG, Company Snapshot 174
14.1 Key Information 174
14.2 Company Overview 174
14.3 Financial Performance 174
14.4 SWOT Snapshot 174
14.5 Business Description 175
14.5.1 Business Overview 175
14.5.2 Core Business 175
14.5.3 New Technologies 176
14.5.4 Major Products and Services 177
14.6 History 178
14.7 Business Strategy 179
14.7.1 Mission Statement 179
14.7.2 Strategy 179
14.7.3 Corporate Social Responsibility 180
14.8 SWOT Analysis 181
14.8.1 Overview 181
14.8.2 Q-Cells AG Strengths 181
14.8.3 Q-Cells AG Weaknesses 183
14.8.4 Q-Cells AG Opportunities 183
14.8.5 Q-Cells AG Threats 185
14.9 Competitors 186
14.10 Revenue Analysis 187
14.10.1 Revenue by Segment 187
14.10.2 Revenue by Geography 187
14.11 Share Holding Structure 188
14.12 Key Employees 189
14.13 Key Employee Biographies 190
14.14 Company Statement 192
14.15 Locations and Subsidiaries 197
14.15.1 Head Office 197
14.15.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 197
15 SunPower Corporation, Company Snapshot 198
15.1 Key Information 198
15.2 Company Overview 198
15.3 Financial Performance 198
15.4 SWOT Snapshot 198
15.5 Business Description 199
15.5.1 Business Overview 199
15.5.2 Components 199
15.5.3 Systems 200
15.5.4 Major Products and Services 202
15.6 History 204
15.7 Business Strategy 206
15.7.1 Mission Statement 206
15.7.2 Strategy 206
15.8 SWOT Analysis 206
15.8.1 Overview 206
15.8.2 SunPower Corporation Strengths 207
15.8.3 SunPower Corporation Weaknesses 209
15.8.4 SunPower Corporation Opportunities 210
15.8.5 SunPower Corporation Threats 211
15.9 Competitors 212
15.10 Revenue Analysis 214
15.10.1 Revenue by Segment 215
15.10.2 Revenue by Geography 215
15.11 Share Holding Structure 216
15.12 Key Employees 216
15.13 Key Employee Biographies 217
15.14 Company Statement 219
15.15 Locations and Subsidiaries 223
15.15.1 Head Office 223
15.15.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 224
16 Sunways AG, Company Snapshot 226
16.1 Key Information 226
16.2 Company Overview 226
16.3 Financial Performance 226
16.4 SWOT Snapshot 226
16.5 Business Description 227
16.5.1 Business Overview 227
16.5.2 Solar Cells 227
16.5.3 Solar Systems 228
16.5.4 Major Products and Services 229
16.6 History 229
16.7 Business Strategy 232
16.7.1 Mission Statement 232
16.7.2 Strategy 232
16.8 SWOT Analysis 233
16.8.1 Overview 233
16.8.2 Sunways AG Strengths 233
16.8.3 Sunways AG Weaknesses 234
16.8.4 Sunways AG Opportunities 235
16.8.5 Sunways AG Threats 236
16.9 Competitors 237
16.10 Revenue Analysis 238
16.10.1 Revenue by Segment 238
16.10.2 Revenue by Geography 238
16.11 Key Employees 239
16.12 Key Employee Biographies 240
16.13 Company Statement 241
16.14 Locations and Subsidiaries 243
16.14.1 Head Office 243
17 Trina Solar Limited, Company Snapshot 244
17.1 Key Information 244
17.2 Company Overview 244
17.3 Financial Performance 244
17.4 SWOT Snapshot 244
17.5 Business Description 245
17.5.1 Business Overview 245
17.5.2 Non-Allocated 245
17.5.3 Solar Modules 246
17.5.4 Major Products and Services 247
17.6 History 248
17.7 Business Strategy 250
17.7.1 Mission Statement 250
17.7.2 Strategy 250
17.8 SWOT Analysis 251
17.8.1 Overview 251
17.8.2 Trina Solar Limited Strengths 251
17.8.3 Trina Solar Limited Weaknesses 253
17.8.4 Trina Solar Limited Opportunities 254
17.8.5 Trina Solar Limited Threats 254
17.9 Competitors 256
17.10 Revenue Analysis 257
17.10.1 Revenue by Segment 257
17.10.2 Revenue by Geography 257
17.11 Share Holding Structure 258
17.12 Key Employees 259
17.13 Key Employee Biographies 260
17.14 Locations and Subsidiaries 262
17.14.1 Head Office 262
17.14.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 262
18 Solon AG fuer Solartechnik, Company Snapshot 263
18.1 Key Information 263
18.2 Company Overview 263
18.3 Financial Performance 263
18.4 SWOT Snapshot 263
18.5 Business Description 264
18.5.1 Business Overview 264
18.5.2 Components 264
18.5.3 System Technology 265
18.5.4 Major Products and Services 267
18.6 History 268
18.7 Business Strategy 270
18.7.1 Mission Statement 270
18.7.2 Strategy 270
18.8 SWOT Analysis 271
18.8.1 Overview 271
18.8.2 Solon AG fuer Solartechnik Strengths 272
18.8.3 Solon AG fuer Solartechnik Weaknesses 273
18.8.4 Solon AG fuer Solartechnik Opportunities 273
18.8.5 Solon AG fuer Solartechnik Threats 274
18.9 Competitors 275
18.10 Revenue Analysis 276
18.10.1 Revenue by Segment 276
18.10.2 Revenue by Geography 276
18.11 Share Holding Structure 277
18.12 Key Employees 277
18.13 Key Employee Biographies 278
18.14 Company Statement 279
18.15 Locations and Subsidiaries 281
18.15.1 Head Office 281
18.15.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 281
19 Ersol Solar Energy AG, Company Snapshot 282
19.1 Key Information 282
19.2 Company Overview 282
19.3 Financial Performance 282
19.4 SWOT Snapshot 282
19.5 Business Description 283
19.5.1 Business Overview 283
19.5.2 Modules 283
19.5.3 Silicon 284
19.5.4 Solar Cells 285
19.5.5 Wafers 287
19.6 Major Products and Services 288
19.7 History 290
19.8 Business Strategy 292
19.8.1 Mission Statement 292
19.8.2 Strategy 292
19.8.3 Corporate Social Responsibility 293
19.9 SWOT Analysis 296
19.9.1 Overview 296
19.9.2 Ersol Solar Energy AG Strengths 296
19.9.3 Ersol Solar Energy AG Weaknesses 298
19.9.4 Ersol Solar Energy AG Opportunities 298
19.9.5 Ersol Solar Energy AG Threats 300
19.10 Competitors 301
19.11 Revenue Analysis 302
19.11.1 Revenue by Segment 302
19.11.2 Revenue by Geography 302
19.12 Share Holding Structure 304
19.13 Key Employees 304
19.14 Key Employee Biographies 305
19.15 Company Statement 306
19.16 Locations and Subsidiaries 307
19.16.1 Head Office 307
19.16.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 308
20 Solar PV Industry, Deal Summary 309
20.1 Solar PV Industry, Deal Value versus Volume Analysis, March – August 2008 309
20.2 Solar PV Industry, Featured Deals, August 2008 310
20.2.1 Nanosolar Secures $300 Million in Equity Financing 310
20.2.2 Ferro Announces Exercise Of Underwriters Over Allotment Option 310
20.2.3 Total Capital Prices Debt Offerig Of $150 Million 310
20.3 Solar PV Industry, Transactions By Deal Type, March 2008 – August 2008 310
20.4 Contribution of Private Equity / Venture Capital towards Solar PV Industry 311
20.5 Solar PV Industry, Top PE Deals, March – August 2008 312
20.5.1 Riverstone Holdings and the AES Corporation Invest in AES Solar 312
20.5.2 Hudson Clean Energy Invests $75 Million in Recurrent Energy 312
20.5.3 Neo Solar Power Raises $47.5 Million from Daiwa Securities 312
20.5.4 ET Solar Group Completes $31 Million Private Equity Financing 312
20.6 Solar PV Industry, Top VC Deals, March – August 2008 312
20.6.1 Nanosolar Secures $300 Million in Equity Financing 312
20.6.2 Sulfurcell Raises $133.43 Million in Financing Round 312
20.6.3 SunEdison Raises $131 Million in Venture Capital Financing 313
20.6.4 AVA Solar Secures $104 Million in Second Round of Venture Financing 313
20.7 Solar PV Industry, Deal Summary by Deal Type 313
20.7.1 Solar PV Industry, M&A Deals, March – August 2008 313
20.8 Solar PV Industry, Top M&A Deals, March – August 2008 314
20.8.1 Robert Bosch to Acquire Ersol Solar Energy 314
20.8.2 Schneider Electric to Acquire Xantrex Technology 314
20.8.3 GE and Grupo Corporativo to Invest $350 Million In Fotowatio 314
20.8.4 Entegris to Acquire Poco Graphite 314
20.8.5 Suntech Power Holdings Co Acquires Minority Stake in Nitol Solar 315
20.9 Solar PV Industry, Equity Offering Summary, March – August 2008 315
20.10 Solar PV Industry, Top Equity Offerings, March – August 2008 316
20.10.1 GCL Silicon Technology Files for an Initial Public Offering 316
20.10.2 GT Solar Prices Its Initial Public Offering 316
20.10.3 STR Holdings Files for an Initial Public Offering 316
20.10.4 ReneSola Prices Follow-On Public Offering Of 9 Million American Depositary Shares 316
20.10.5 Roth & Rau AG Completes Equity Financing Of $159.89 Million 316
20.11 Solar PV Industry, Debt Offerings Summary, March - August 2008 317
20.12 Solar PV Industry, Top Debt Offering, March – August 2008 317
20.12.1 Suntech Power Holdings Completes Private Placement of $575 Million 317
20.12.2 Praxair Completes Public Offering Of $500 Million Seven Year Bonds 318
20.12.3 The Tokyo Electric Power Company Completes Public Offering of $484.5 Million 318
20.12.4 JA Solar Holdings Completes Offering of Senior Convertible Notes of $400 Million 318
20.12.5 LDK Solar Completes $400 Million 4.75% Convertible Senior Notes Offering 318
20.12.6 SolFocus to Raise $60 Million To $80 Million in Series C Financing 318
20.13 Solar PV Industry, Deal Summary by Geography 319
20.13.1 Solar PV Industry, North America Region Deals, March – August 2008 319
20.13.2 Solar PV Industry, European Region Deals, March – August 2008 320
20.13.3 Solar PV Industry, Asia-Pacific Region Deals, March – August 2008 321
20.13.4 Solar PV Industry, Rest of the World Deals, March – August 2008 321
21 Financial Deals Landscape 322
21.1 Acquisition 322
21.1.1 Water Capital Completes Acquisition of Schneider Power 322
21.1.2 Mitsui and International Power Acquire IPM Eagle Desarrollos Espana From Abantia and Urgesneda 323
21.2 Venture Financing 325
21.2.1 Nanosolar Secures $300 Million in Equity Financing 325
21.2.2 SunRun Secures $12 Million In Financing 327
21.2.3 G24 Innovations Announces To Raise $30 Million 328
21.3 Debt Offerings 329
21.3.1 GreenHunter Energy Announces $20 Million Private Placement Of Convertible Debentures 329
21.3.2 Total Capital Prices Debt Offerig Of $150 Million 331
21.4 Asset Transactions 332
21.4.1 Impax New Energy Investors Acquires 15.5MW Of Operating Spanish PV Projects 332
22 Recent Developments 333
22.1 New Projects 333
22.1.1 Aug 10, 2008: Syria to Launch First Solar Operated Electricity Station 333
22.1.2 Aug 07, 2008: South Korea Plans to Construct Solar Power Plant on Disputed Islets of Dokdo 333
22.1.3 Aug 07, 2008: Oregon Governor Unveils First Solar Demonstration Project 333
22.1.4 Jul 29, 2008: Kunming in China Plans to Construct a City Run By Solar Energy 334
22.1.5 Jun 12, 2008: Rutgers Board of Governors Approves Construction of Solar Farm on Livingston Campus 336
22.2 New Contracts 337
22.2.1 Jul 24, 2008: First Solar To Construct 10 MW Solar PV Power Plant for Sempra Generation 337
22.2.2 Jul 17, 2008: Telvent to Develop DCS for Ain-Beni Mathar’s Solar Combined-Cycle Hybrid Plant 338
22.2.3 Jul 04, 2008: Taihan Contracts with Sigma to Build 3 MW PV Plant 339
22.2.4 Jul 03, 2008: Mazda to Provide Green Electricity for Japanese Pro Baseball's 2008 All-Star Games 339
22.3 Operations Updates 340
22.3.1 Aug 08, 2008: Evonik and SolarWorld Open New Solar Silicon Plant in Rheinfelden, Germany 340
22.3.2 Jul 21, 2008: Chevron, Glendale Water & Power, and Glendale Community College Unveil Solar Project in Glendale 341
22.3.3 Jun 27, 2008: Theolia Inaugurates New Photovoltaic Power Plant In Germany 342
22.4 Strategy and Business Planning 343
22.4.1 Sep 05, 2008: SBDL to Build Thin Film Solar Cell (PV) Plant in Florida 343
22.4.2 Aug 29, 2008: Georgia Power Seeks Approval from PSC to Expand Its Green Energy Program 343
22.4.3 Aug 28, 2008: Day4 Announces Partnership with CLS to Finance PV Power Generation Projects In Europe 344
22.4.4 Aug 27, 2008: HAREDA Issues LoI to Six Firms to Set Up 12 MW Solar Power Plants in Haryana 345
22.4.5 Aug 25, 2008: KEPCI to Build 3 MW Solar Power Generation Plant to Reduce CO2 Emissions 346
22.4.6 Aug 23, 2008: Edison Going After Spacious Roofs to Embark On Southland Solar-Panel Project worth $875 Million 346
22.4.7 Aug 21, 2008: KEPCO Unit KPS To Build Solar Power Plant On Dokdo 347
22.4.8 Aug 14, 2008: Greenko Plans To Operate and Develop 1,000 MW of Clean Energy By 2012 347
22.4.9 Aug 11, 2008: DuPont Eyes Renewable Energy Businesses in China 348
22.4.10 Aug 04, 2008: Tampa, USF Partner with Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo to Develop New Solar Energy Project 348
22.4.11 Jul 29, 2008: Renewagy, Beck Energy Enter Into Agreement for Construction of Solar Power Plant in Eckolstadt 349
22.4.12 Jul 24, 2008: Solarstrom and Volkswagen to Build 1.1 MWp Installation 350
22.4.13 Jul 23, 2008: EDF Energies Secures Building Permits for Two Solar Power Plants on Reunion Island 350
22.4.14 Jul 12, 2008: First Solar Plans to Build PV Power Plant in California 351
22.4.15 Jul 10, 2008: CPUC Approves Two Renewable Energy Contracts for SCE 351
22.4.16 Jul 10, 2008: Yingli, MPX Plans to Construct 50 MW Solar Power Plant in Brazil 352
22.4.17 Jul 10, 2008: MPX Energia, Yingli Plan to Build 50 MW Solar Power Plant in Brazil 352
22.5 Government and Public Interest 352
22.5.1 Sep 08, 2008: Spain Government Sees New Solar Power Subsidy Rules by September 2008 352
22.5.2 Sep 04, 2008: EPIA Revises Target to Supply 12% of European Electricity Demand by 2020 353
22.5.3 Sep 03, 2008: GPEC Unveils Greening Greater Phoenix Initiative to Promote Region as Solar and Sustainability Leader 354
22.5.4 Aug 28, 2008: Israel Commences Operations at Its First Solar Power Station in Negev 356
22.5.5 Aug 18, 2008: Connecticut Announces Connecticut Solar Lease Program 356
22.5.6 Aug 10, 2008: Syria to Launch First Solar Operated Electricity Station 357
22.5.7 Aug 07, 2008: South Korea Plans to Construct Solar Power Plant on Disputed Islets of Dokdo 357
22.5.8 Aug 07, 2008: Oregon Governor Unveils First Solar Demonstration Project 357
22.5.9 Jul 31, 2008: MIT Researchers Announces Discovery to Unleash Solar Revolution 358
22.5.10 Jul 29, 2008: Kunming in China Plans to Construct a City Run By Solar Energy 360
22.5.11 Jul 10, 2008: Malaysia Invites Japan To Develop Solar Energy Industry 361
22.5.12 Jul 08, 2008: UNIDO Inaugurates Power-Generating Centre In Kenya 362
22.5.13 Jul 03, 2008: Howard County in US Unveils 24 Solar PV Panels 362
22.5.14 Jul 01, 2008: India to Develop Solar Energy Program 363
22.5.15 Jun 27, 2008: Rocky Mountain Region Dedicates Denver Solar Park 363
22.5.16 Jul 31, 2008: SMUD to Release Second 2008 Renewable Energy RFO 364
22.5.17 Jul 29, 2008: FPL’s Sunshine Energy Program Terminated By FPSC 365
22.5.18 Jul 26, 2008: Tata Power to Invest INR70-INR100 Billion in Renewable Energy Plant 365
22.5.19 Jul 25, 2008: DP&L Issues RFP for 38,000 MWh of Renewable Energy 366
22.5.20 Jul 24, 2008: ZBB Signs MoU With Envision Solar For Solar Power Project in Africa 366
22.5.21 Jul 18, 2008: PNM Issues RFP for Renewable Energy 367
22.5.22 Jul 13, 2008: DTE Energy Plans To Invest $3 Billion In Renewable Energy 368
22.5.23 Jul 07, 2008: BP to Sue Russian Partners in TNK-BP 369
23 Appendix 371
23.1 Methodology0 371
23.1.1 Coverage 371
23.1.2 Secondary Research 372
23.1.3 Primary Research 372
23.1.4 Expert Panel Validation 373
23.2 Contact Us 373
23.3 Disclaimer 373
1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Global, Cumulative and Annual Solar PV Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-12 24
Figure 2: Global, Cumulative Solar PV Installed Capacity by Major Regions, %, 2007 25
Figure 3: Global, Solar PV Cell Production, MWp, 2001-07 26
Figure 4: Global, Top Solar Cell Producers Market Share, %, 2007 26
Figure 5: Europe, Cumulative and Annual Solar PV Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-12 28
Figure 6: Europe, Top 5 Countries, Total Cumulative Solar PV Installed Capacity, MWp, 2007 29
Figure 7: Germany, Cumulative and Annual Solar PV Installed Capacity, MWp, 2001-12 30
Figure 8: Germany, Impact of German Laws on the Country’s Cumulative Solar PV Installed Capacity, 2000-07 35
Figure 9: Spain, Cumulative and Annual Solar PV Installed Capacity, MWp, 2001-12 36
Figure 10: Italy, Cumulative and Annual Solar PV Installed Capacity, MWp, 2001-12 38
Figure 11: Asia-Pacific, Cumulative and Annual Solar PV Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-12 40
Figure 12: Asia-Pacific, Top 3 Countries, Total Cumulative Solar PV Installed Capacity, MW, 2007 41
Figure 13: Japan, Cumulative and Annual Solar PV Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-12 42
Figure 14: China, Cumulative and Annual Solar PV Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-12 45
Figure 15: Australia, Cumulative and Annual Solar PV Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-12 47
Figure 16: North America, Cumulative and Annual Solar PV Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-12 49
Figure 17: North America, Top 3 Countries, Total Cumulative Solar PV Installed Capacity, MW, 2007 50
Figure 18: The US, Cumulative and Annual Solar PV Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-12 51
Figure 19: Canada, Cumulative and Annual Solar PV Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-12 58
Figure 20: Mexico, Cumulative and Annual Solar PV Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-12 60
Figure 21: Central and South America, Cumulative and Annual Solar PV Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-12 62
Figure 22: Central and South America, Top 2 Countries, Total Cumulative Solar PV Installed Capacity, MW, 2007 63
Figure 23: Brazil, Cumulative and Annual Solar PV Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-12 64
Figure 24: Argentina, Cumulative and Annual Solar PV Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-12 66
Figure 25: Africa, Regional Market Share for Solar PV, 2007 68
Figure 26: Global, World CO2 Emissions, Million Metric Tons 77
Figure 27: Global, World Projected Energy Demand, Mtoe 78
Figure 28: Solar PV Industry, Deal Value and Volume, March 2008 – August 2008 310
Figure 29: Solar PV Industry, Deal Volume by Type, March - August 2008 311
Figure 30: Solar PV Industry, Private Equity and Venture Capital, Deal Value and Volume, March 2008 – August 2008 312
Figure 31: Solar PV Industry, M&A Transactions, Deal Value and Volume, March 2008 – August 2008 314
Figure 32: Solar PV Industry, Equity Transactions,, Deal Value and Volume, March 2008 – August 2008 316
Figure 33: Solar PV Industry, Debt Transactions,, Deal Value and Volume, March 2008 – August 2008 318
Figure 34: Solar PV Industry, North America Region Deals, Deal Value and Volume, March 2008 – August 2008 320
Figure 35: Solar PV Industry, European Region Deals, Deal Value and Volume, March 2008 – August 2008 321
Figure 36: Solar PV Industry, Asia-Pacific Region Deals, Deal Value and Volume, March 2008 – August 2008 322
Figure 37: Global Markets Direct Methodology 372
1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Global, Top 10 Cell Manufacturers, Based on Cell Production Capacity, MW, 2006-07 27
Table 2: Germany, Payment Structure for Different Types of PV Installations 33
Table 3: Germany, New Feed-in-Tariffs, 2004 35
Table 4: Spain, Feed-in-Tariffs, € / kWh, 2007 37
Table 5: Italy, Feed-in-Tariffs, EUR/kWh, 2007 39
Table 6: Global, Status of Renewable Technologies – Characteristics and Cost 75
Table 7: Global, Expected PV Generation Costs Across Major Cities in the World, €, 2006-30 76
Table 8: Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd.,Key Facts, 2007 83
Table 9: Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd., SWOT Analysis , 2007 91
Table 10: Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd., Revenue by Segment, USD Absolute, 2003-2007 97
Table 11: Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd., Revenue by Geography, USD Absolute, 2003-2007 98
Table 12: Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd., Share Holding Structure 98
Table 13: Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd., Key Employees, 2007 99
Table 14: Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd., Other Locations 105
Table 15: Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd., Subsidiaries 106
Table 16: Renewable Energy Corporation ASA,Key Facts, 2007 107
Table 17: Renewable Energy Corporation ASA, SWOT Analysis , 2007 115
Table 18: Renewable Energy Corporation ASA, Revenue by Segment, Norwegian Krone Thousand, 2003-2007 121
Table 19: Renewable Energy Corporation ASA, Revenue by Geography, Norwegian Krone Thousand, 2003-2007 122
Table 20: Renewable Energy Corporation ASA, Share Holding Structure 123
Table 21: Renewable Energy Corporation ASA, Key Employees, 2007 124
Table 22: Renewable Energy Corporation ASA, Subsidiaries 129
Table 23: SolarWorld AG,Key Facts, 2007 131
Table 24: SolarWorld AG, SWOT Analysis , 2007 143
Table 25: SolarWorld AG, Revenue by Segment, Euro Thousand, 2003-2007 149
Table 26: SolarWorld AG, Revenue by Geography, Euro Thousand, 2003-2007 150
Table 27: SolarWorld AG, Share Holding Structure 150
Table 28: SolarWorld AG, Key Employees, 2007 150
Table 29: Evergreen Solar, Inc.,Key Facts, 2007 156
Table 30: Evergreen Solar, Inc., SWOT Analysis , 2007 162
Table 31: Evergreen Solar, Inc., Revenue by Segment, USD Thousand, 2003-2007 168
Table 32: Evergreen Solar, Inc., Revenue by Geography, USD Thousand, 2003-2007 168
Table 33: Evergreen Solar, Inc., Share Holding Structure 169
Table 34: Evergreen Solar, Inc., Key Employees, 2007 169
Table 35: Evergreen Solar, Inc., Other Locations 174
Table 36: Q-Cells AG,Key Facts, 2007 175
Table 37: Q-Cells AG, SWOT Analysis , 2007 182
Table 38: Q-Cells AG, Revenue by Segment, Euro Million, 2003-2007 188
Table 39: Q-Cells AG, Revenue by Geography, Euro Million, 2003-2007 189
Table 40: Q-Cells AG, Share Holding Structure 189
Table 41: Q-Cells AG, Key Employees, 2007 190
Table 42: Q-Cells AG, Other Locations 198
Table 43: SunPower Corporation,Key Facts, 2007 199
Table 44: SunPower Corporation, SWOT Analysis , 2007 208
Table 45: SunPower Corporation, Revenue by Segment, USD Thousand, 2003-2007 216
Table 46: SunPower Corporation, Revenue by Geography, USD Thousand, 2003-2007 216
Table 47: SunPower Corporation, Share Holding Structure 217
Table 48: SunPower Corporation, Key Employees, 2007 217
Table 49: SunPower Corporation, Other Locations 226
Table 50: Sunways AG,Key Facts, 2007 227
Table 51: Sunways AG, SWOT Analysis , 2007 234
Table 52: Sunways AG, Revenue by Segment, Euro Thousand, 2003-2007 239
Table 53: Sunways AG, Revenue by Geography, Euro Thousand, 2003-2007 240
Table 54: Sunways AG, Key Employees, 2007 240
Table 55: Trina Solar Limited,Key Facts, 2007 245
Table 56: Trina Solar Limited, SWOT Analysis , 2007 252
Table 57: Trina Solar Limited, Revenue by Segment, USD Absolute, 2003-2007 258
Table 58: Trina Solar Limited, Revenue by Geography, USD Absolute, 2003-2007 259
Table 59: Trina Solar Limited, Share Holding Structure 259
Table 60: Trina Solar Limited, Key Employees, 2007 260
Table 61: Trina Solar Limited, Other Locations 263
Table 62: Solon AG fuer Solartechnik,Key Facts, 2007 264
Table 63: Solon AG fuer Solartechnik, SWOT Analysis , 2007 272
Table 64: Solon AG fuer Solartechnik, Revenue by Segment, Euro Thousand, 2003-2007 277
Table 65: Solon AG fuer Solartechnik, Revenue by Geography, Euro Thousand, 2003-2007 278
Table 66: Solon AG fuer Solartechnik, Share Holding Structure 278
Table 67: Solon AG fuer Solartechnik, Key Employees, 2007 278
Table 68: Solon AG fuer Solartechnik, Other Locations 282
Table 69: Solon AG fuer Solartechnik, Subsidiaries 282
Table 70: ersol Solar Energy AG,Key Facts, 2007 283
Table 71: ersol Solar Energy AG, SWOT Analysis , 2007 297
Table 72: ersol Solar Energy AG, Revenue by Segment, Euro Thousand, 2003-2007 303
Table 73: ersol Solar Energy AG, Revenue by Geography, Euro Thousand, 2003-2007 304
Table 74: ersol Solar Energy AG, Share Holding Structure 305
Table 75: ersol Solar Energy AG, Key Employees, 2007 305
Table 76: ersol Solar Energy AG, Subsidiaries 309


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