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IHS Intersolar North America Briefing - July 2016July 15, 2016This presentation was delivered by four IHS solar analysts at an event hosted by IHS at Intersolar and ees North America in San Francisco on 12th July 2016.Subscribers Only
IHS Names SMA, SolarEdge, Schneider Electric, Sungrow, Huawei and ABB as Leaders in PV Inverter Supplier ScorecardJuly 07, 2016SMA, SolarEdge, Schneider Electric, Sungrow, Huawei and ABB were all identified as solar inverter industry leaders with above average scores for both market presence and market momentum, according to an industry review scorecard from IHS Inc. (NYSE: IHS), the leading global source of critical information and insight.
Global Perspective on Solar Industry Trends Impacting the Dutch PV Market - May 2016May 31, 2016This presentation summarises the most important global trends in the solar industry that may impact on a specific region, such as The Netherlands. The presentation was delivered by Sam Wilkinson at Solarplaza’s ‘The Solar Future’ conference in Utretch, Netherlands on 26th May 2016.Subscribers Only
RES Battery System is Largest Planned Battery Project in U.K.May 24, 2016The 20 megawatt (MW) battery system that RES will provide to the U.K.’s National Grid represents the largest planned battery project to provide frequency regulation in the country – a trend that IHS predicts will continue in the coming years.
The Price of Solar - April 2016Cost Benchmark WhitepaperApril 21, 2016Solar costs are an intensely debated and analyzed issue. Cost data per company is not or only partially disclosed and makes cost benchmarking across regions a challenge. While cost data is diffi cult to access in many industries, it becomes even more difficult in solar where fast innovation cycles, productivity and competition change company data quarter by quarter.Subscribers Only
US ITC Extension Impact on the Solar Industry - January 2016January 26, 2016This presentation summarises how the renewal of ITC in the United States impacts the global solar industry in terms of both demand and supply. The presentation was delivered by Ash Sharma, Sam Wilkinson and Camron Barati via an online webinar.Subscribers Only
Energy Storage in PV Customer Insight Survey - 2015December 03, 2015This report was created based on the results of a survey of PV installers, distributors, integrators and EPCs, and is intended to help energy storage suppliers understand their attitudes, experiences and opinions towards energy storage.Subscribers Only
Steag procures 90 MW of Li-ion battery energy storage from LG Chem, highlighting increasing acceptance of batteries for primary control.December 01, 2015Major Germany electricity producer, Steag, has announced that between mid-2016 and early 2017 it will install a total of 90 MW of battery energy storage systems at its existing power plants in Germany, and will use these systems to participate in the primary control market.Subscribers Only
Price Declines Expected to Broaden the Energy Storage Market, IHS SaysNovember 23, 2015Commercial energy storage activity is currently consolidated in just a handful of leading regions, but falling system costs will be a major factor enabling broader global market growth.
The Global Development in Energy Storage - November 2015November 20, 2015This short presentation was given by Sam Wilkinson to the All Party Parliamentary Group for Energy Storage at Portcullis House, London. It is intended to provide a quick high level summary of the current status of the global energy storage market.Subscribers Only
PV Module Customer Insight Survey - 2015October 30, 2015This report is IHS second survey of PV module customers and was conducted for PV module suppliers to gain knowledge and insight into the requirements and opinions of their customers.Subscribers Only
Yingli Green Energy Warns of Risks to its Business - IHS AnalysisMay 21, 2015On Friday 15th May 2015, Yingli Green Energy released its delayed 2014 annual report, which prompted growing concerns over its ability to continue operating. Please log in to view IHS' full analysis of this announcement.Subscribers Only
SunEdison announces large-scale off-grid solar and flow battery deploymentMarch 27, 2015SunEdison is a leading developer of PV systems, and its pipeline extends across nearly all major PV markets worldwide. It has developed several one-off microgrid projects in the past, but this represents the first major large-scale build out of off-grid systems. As a large proportion of India’s population has extremely restricted access to electricity, solar microgrids (combined with storage) offer an extremely compelling alternative to other options such as diesel generators or extremely costly extensions of grid infrastructure.Subscribers Only
Led by Commercial Systems, 9 Percent of Solar PV Systems in North America Will Have Storage Attached in 2018March 16, 2015IHS, the leading global source of critical information and insight, today announced that 9 percent of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems in North America will include attached storage in 2018.
Belectric Announces Two Grid-Scale Energy Storage Systems in UKFebruary 17, 2015German solar developer, Belectric, has announced that it will develop, construct and operate two large-scale battery energy storage systems in the UK. One of the systems will be co-located with a 3.8 MW ground-mount PV system, and the other will be in the grid. The systems are part of the Enhanced Frequency Control Capability (EFCC) project which is led by The National Grid.
STEM receives a further $27 million in funding from investors, including energy majors Total and Exolon.January 13, 2015Stem, a leading supplier of behind-the-meter energy storage in the USA, has announced that it has raised a further $27 million in funding. Investors include the venture capital arms of both Exolon Corporation and Total. The investment will be used to continue the development of its energy management software and expand the company.
EDF commissions 5 MW PV plant equipped with sodium nickel chloride energy storage system.January 12, 2015A 5 MW PV plant with integrated energy storage has recently been commissioned in French Guiana, an overseas region of France located on the North Atlantic coast of South America...
Largest Battery Energy Storage System Unveiled in the UKDecember 16, 2014The principle function of this battery energy storage system is to help meet demand for power at peak times in the local area. It is claimed that it is particularly challenging for local utilities in this region, and as such the system will help to reduce distribution costs, with savings potentially passed on to end-users.
Large-scale lead acid energy storage added to 68MW PV plant in GermanyDecember 09, 2014PV developer Belectric has recently announced that it has deployed a 2MWhNP lead acid battery Energy Buffer System (EBS) at its 68 MW plant in Brandenburg, northern Germany. The PV plant came online in 2011. The addition of energy storage will now improve the plants integration into the grid, and will allow it to provide ancillary services to the grid.
Solar PV Module Suppliers in 2014 - IHS Predicts Reshuffling of Top 10December 03, 2014The 2014 top 10 PV module suppliers are almost the same group of companies as one year ago. SunPower entered the top 10 in 2014 and was ranked joint 10th largest suppliers alongside Kyocera according to IHS estimates.