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Karl Melkonyan, Edurne Zoco, PhD | October 21, 2019
Since their invention 10 years ago, perovskite solar cells (PSCs) have shown a dramatic increase in conversion efficiency compared with other so-called third-generation solar cells. In 2018, some laboratory tests found that a single-junction PSC cell could reach up to 23% efficiency. Its technology has benefited from developments carried out for dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSC) and organic solar cells (OSC), also called organic photovoltaic (OPV) cells. Please log in to view the full analysis.
Mike Longson | October 10, 2019
IHS Markit Energy Storage Policy Insight – September 2019 Key policy announcements in September: • The United States National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has released its fire and safety standards for energy storage systems. NFPA 855 provides safety requirements for different energy storage technologies, installation standards, as well as clarity surrounding the overall system layout

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Capitalize on solar market shifts with relevant, reliable market research. This service features quarterly updated forecasts on the installation outlook for each market by system segment for the next five years and eight quarters. It includes trackers that identify the largest developers by region and provide data on +60,000 PV projects installed and under development.
Maximize near- and long-term opportunities in the growing energy storage market. This service delivers ongoing rigorous primary research on the development and evolution of the energy storage market, including all key segments, including small and large-scale renewable integration, grid support and behind-the-meter storage.
Providing a detailed and accurate view across all key areas of the growing market for energy storage in North America. Regularly updated, detailed forecasts for the industry are accompanied by reports, databases and insights to help provide additional detail on key topics and market segments.
Access essential information on the market for traditional inverters, microinverters and power optimizers. This service features market trackers and reports that detail supplier market share, shipments, revenues, pricing, policies and demand for over 20 countries, enabling comprehensive visibility into the global PV inverter market.
Identify near- and long-term opportunities across the PV module supply chain. This service features four core market trackers that provide comprehensive analysis of supply and demand for polysilicon, wafers, cells and modules, along with data on PV installations, suppliers, and manufacturing/equipment spending.
Gain a competitive edge with trusted intelligence on the full North American solar PV supply chain. This service features two proprietary market trackers – one that details the market by system and installation type, and another that captures all downstream solar projects and the companies involved with them.
Unlock business opportunities in the global PV market with end-to-end supply chain intelligence. This service provides forecasting and tracking of PV installations, PV inverters and the PV module supply chain, as well as detailed data on leading PV suppliers, system integrators (EPCs)/operations and maintenance providers (O&M) and solar projects worldwide.

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  • Josefin Berg, Cormac Gilligan, Camron Barati | October 22, 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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  • Josefin Berg, Susanne von Aichberger, Maria Chea | October 18, 2019
    The PV Geographic Profiles are published as part of the Downstream PV and Premium Solar Intelligence Services to provide dedicated studies on the market situation for photovoltaic (PV) systems in individual geographies. Each PV Geographic Profile provides in-depth analysis on the latest PV market development in each geography, including incentives, tenders and other drivers or barriers.
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  • The Chinese energy storage market accelerates as grid companies develop projects and ancillary services market evolve
    Julian Jansen | October 02, 2019
    This report provides a detailed overview of the current market situation and the future outlook for the Chinese energy storage market, including detailed forecasts, technology analysis and an overview of key policies and regulations.
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  • Camron Barati, Maria Chea | October 16, 2019
    The Solar Market Tracker - North America provides forecasts and analysis for installed PV capacity in the United States and Canada at a country and state/province level. The tracker is updated at least quarterly to provide the most up-to-date projections for each market based on the latest policy changes and market developments.
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    Jessica Jin, Karl Melkonyan, Holly Hu, Edurne Zoco, PhD | October 15, 2019
    This tracker focuses on the markets for polysilicon, solar wafers, PV cells and modules, and PV installations. It delivers independent analysis, accurate and fresh market data and informed forecasts.
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  • Jessica Jin, Karl Melkonyan, Holly Hu, Edurne Zoco, PhD | October 09, 2019
    The PV Suppliers Tracker contains detailed data on the performance of leading companies in the PV module supply chain. It provides a detailed database of capacity, production, utilization and shipments for polysilicon, wafer, cell and module suppliers.
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  • The current status of the global energy storage market
    Julian Jansen | September 09, 2019
    This report summarizes the current deployment status market drivers, regulatory barriers, and IHS Markit near term outlook for battery energy storage systems (BESS) at a global level. The report particularly focuses on the key policy and regulatory challenges and hurdles energy storage must overcome.
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  • A global perspective on how battery energy storage markets are developing.
    Julian Jansen | September 04, 2019
    Research Manager Julian Jansen presented at Internet of Energy on the development of the global and European energy storage markets in September 2019. This presentation provided a summary of the IHS Markit global outlook for energy storage. It further evaluated the supply and demand dynamics affecting future availability and pricing for Li-ion batteries used in stationary applications.
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  • Trends to watch in 2019
    Sam Wilkinson, Cormac Gilligan, Jessica Jin, Edurne Zoco, PhD, Youmin Rong, Ph.D. | June 12, 2019
    IHS Markit Energy Technology analysts hosted a briefing and workshop with a group of clients at SNEC PV Power Expo in Shanghai on June 5th 2019. Four different presentations were given highlighting key trends for PV, energy storage and batteries.
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  • Analyst photo placeholder Associate Director, Solar & Energy Storage
    Sam Wilkinson is a Associate Director for the Solar and Energy Storage Research group at IHS Markit.

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