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Cormac Gilligan

Cormac Gilligan, a research and analysis manager at IHS Markit, focuses on solar and energy storage research.

Mr. Gilligan is responsible for managing the research of the global PV inverter and Balance Of System (BOS) markets, regularly publishing research reports on these topics, and supporting many of the leading suppliers via custom research and consulting engagements. He supports detailed coverage of the energy storage industry, carrying out research and authoring reports on the quickly growing market for storage inverters. Mr. Gilligan is widely regarded as a leading authority on the global PV inverter market, analysis and commentary is regularly published by leading PV industry media and the global press. He has presented at many leading industry events and conferences. Prior to joining IHS Markit, Mr. Gilligan worked as a civil engineer developing rail and metro projects across capital cities throughout Europe. Mr. Gilligan graduated from University College Dublin with a degree in engineering and is based in Dublin, Ireland.

 


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Global PV Tracker Market Report - 2019

This report includes installation figures for the global megawatt-scale ground-mount PV market up to the end of 2018, and the outlook to 2023. Market data and forecasts are segmented by system type (large commercial, small utility-scale, and large utility-scale) and mounting type (fixed-tilt and tracking).

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Power & Energy Technology
Key takeaways from Energy Storage International (ESI) 2019

IHS Markit Cleantech and Renewables team attended Energy Storage International (ESI) from 24th–26th September 2019 in Salt Lake City in the United States and has summarized the major findings from the event. Please log in to view the full analysis.

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Power & Energy Technology
Safe harbor requirement in the United States expected to lead to strong PV inverter shipments in Q4’19 and Q1’20

Many PV inverter suppliers may benefit from a short-term boost to shipment orders in the coming quarters until the end of Q1’20 based on safe harbor rules that relate to the investment tax credit (ITC) in the US market. IHS Markit outlines why PV inverters may be considered as a way to fulfil safe harbor obligations to avail of the 30% ITC below. Please log in to view the full analysis.

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Power & Energy Technology
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