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Perovskite solar cells – Promises and expectations for the third-generation PV technologyOctober 21, 2019Since 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.Subscribers Only
PV inverter suppliers develop digital energy solutionsJanuary 26, 2018SMA announced last week that it would set up a digital energy solution subsidiary named Coneva, a move that is a natural stepping stone to diversifying its business and expanding its customer base. Along with its existing business units such as energy storage, off-grid/hybrid and now a digital solutions company, it has a clear roadmap for 2018 to transition its business to a digital world. This move is particularly pertinent when the PV inverter competitive landscape is still crowded and pure-play PV inverter suppliers such as SMA are trying to gain a competitive advantage over its larger industrial competitors such as ABB, GE, Siemens, Schneider Electric and Huawei. In this insight, IHS Markit aims to explain the meaning behind this move to establish a subsidiary and why they are launching it in Q1 2018.Subscribers Only
Residential PV Report - Europe - 2017Self-consumption to spur growthApril 04, 2017Even as the demand for residential solar PV systems in Europe has more than halved since the peak in 2012, the market is far from dead. Thanks to the sharp decline in module prices, and new support schemes across Europe, IHS Markit projects that the region’s residential PV installations will grow in 2017 to exceed 1.5 GW.Subscribers Only
IHS Markit Parts SolutionsIHS Markit Electronic Parts Management SolutionsMarch 09, 2016IHS Markit Electronic Parts Management solutions offer you the unique capability to master the innovation cycle, keep ahead of obsolescence, and reduce supply chain risks, driven by the world's largest electronic component database.
CAPS UniverseElectronic Parts Database Single Part Look-up ToolDecember 31, 2014Improve sourcing decisions with this single part look-up tool powered by the world's largest electronic parts database.Subscribers Only
Solar Installations to Rise 20 Percent in 2014, Thanks to Strong Fourth QuarterOctober 08, 2014Global photovoltaic (PV) solar installations will rise to 45.4 gigawatts (GW) in 2014, with 32 percent of this total, or 14.4 GW, coming in the fourth quarter, according to IHS Technology (NYSE: IHS).
Solar Microinverter and Power Optimizer Market to Break $1 Billion Barrier in 2018September 18, 2014The market for global photovoltaic (PV) solar microinverters and power optimizers is forecast to more than triple in the coming years, rising to more than $1 billion in 2018, as both established and new regions increase their adoption of the emerging technology, according to IHS Technology (NYSE: IHS).
US and Chinese Solar EPC Companies Continue to Dominate in Global PV InstallationsAugust 06, 2014The world’s 10 largest photovoltaic (PV) Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) companies are set this year to install a combined 8 gigawatts (GW) of solar capacity, equivalent to 20 percent of the world’s non-residential PV demand, according to a new report from IHS Technology (NYSE: IHS).
Active-Control ADAS Systems to Gain Increasing Headway in Autonomous VehiclesJune 02, 2014The global semiconductor market for active-control systems in the autonomous vehicle will grow nearly fivefold in just seven short years, according to a new report from IHS Technology (NYSE: IHS). This expansion will be driven by an increasing shift from cars simply providing alerts in hazardous situations to direct intervention in order to avoid accidents.
Competition Heats Up in US PV Inverter Market as Asian Suppliers Dominate Home TurfMay 08, 2014The U.S. market for photovoltaic (PV) inverters turned highly competitive in 2013 as the three biggest suppliers headquartered in the country lost share in the wake of a European-led influx of new players, according to new analysis from IHS Technology.
Renesas Maintains Dominance in Automotive Semiconductor MarketApril 17, 2014Renesas remained the leader in the automotive semiconductor race in 2013, with the company’s dominance in microcomponents and logic integrated circuits (IC) helping it to hold a half-billion-dollar gap over the second-place competitor.
US to Dodge Solar Shortage This Year Even Amid New Antidumping Fines on Chinese Module SuppliersApril 17, 2014A long-running battle in the global photovoltaic (PV) market between the United States and China over antidumping and subsidy charges could expand into higher solar costs, with wide-ranging ramifications for the U.S. if punitive tariffs are levied on Taiwanese cells.
2013 PV Inverter Supplier Rankings: Asian Suppliers Tighten Grip as European Leadership WeakensApril 10, 2014The number of Asian companies appearing among the world’s 10 largest photovoltaic (PV) inverter suppliers doubled in 2013, with four from China and Japan appearing within the charmed circle, compared to just two in 2012 and none in 2011, according to new analysis from IHS Technology.
China to Install More Solar than Europe in 2014 as Asia Drives Global PV Installations to 46 GW, IHS PredictsMarch 31, 2014Global solar photovoltaic (PV) installations will grow by a robust 22 percent in 2014, largely as a result of recent policy changes in the two largest markets, China and Japan, according to IHS...
Record results from Enphase, and the release of SMA’s solar microinverter in Europe will help fuel over 2 GW of solar microinverter shipments in 2017February 21, 2014“Record results from Enphase, and the release of SMA’s solar microinverter in Europe will help fuel over 2 GW of solar microinverter shipments in 2017” says Cormac Gilligan, Senior Analyst at IHS.
China Automotive Telematics Market Shifts to CE-Based SystemsFebruary 03, 2014When it comes to automotive telematics systems, Chinese consumers prefer embedded solutions that come from the factory installed in their vehicles. However, the country’s motorists during the next seven years increasingly will embrace systems that are based on consumer electronics (CE) wireless devices such as smartphones, with these solutions set to take the lead in the country’s telematics market in 2020. Embedded telematics systems from original equipment manufacturers (OEM) currently dominate China’s automotive telematics market, generating sales of 1.5 million units in 2013.
Panasonic is Top Infotainment Supplier in 2012September 09, 2013Japan’s Panasonic in 2012 remained the top supplier of automotive infotainment systems, putting it at the forefront of the fast-growing market for equipment that delivers information and entertainment to motorists. Panasonic posted automotive infotainment revenue of nearly $4 billion in 2012, giving it a 12.1 percent share of global market revenue. In a replication of the results of 2011, Panasonic along with the rest of the Top 10 accounted for nearly two-thirds of overall vehicle infotainment revenue in 2012. Of the industry’s total revenue last year of $34.55 billion, the Top 10 accounted for $22.62 billion, or 65 percent.
Fast Charging is Key to Accelerating Electric Vehicle GrowthNearly 200,000 fast DC charging stations expected to be installed by 2020July 19, 2013
With the demise of electric vehicle (EV) battery-swap station innovator Better Place, fast-charging technologies are expected to drive the growth of the worldwide EV recharging market, with the number of stations growing more than 10 times by 2020. Fast-charging stations for electric vehicles are set to reach nearly 200,000 cumulative locations globally in 2020, up from 5,900 cumulative locations in 2013. Next year, the number of fast-charging stations is expected to more than double to 15,000 cumulative units. \
Auto MEMS Sensors to Keep Expanding toward Banner Growth in 2014Safety mandates in cars like ESC and TPMS will be the main driversJuly 15, 2013Sales of automotive microelectromechanical system (MEMS) sensors are expected to reach a high-water mark in two years as car-safety mandates come to full maturity and achieve maximum saturation...
Wireless Technologies to Proliferate in CarsMechanisms like Bluetooth and embedded cellular to see more robust growth than wired solutionsJuly 05, 2013
Wireless technologies like Bluetooth and embedded cellular will gain increasing importance for automotive infotainment and safety purposes over wired solutions, providing solid revenue growth this year and beyond. Revenue for original equipment manufacturers (OEM) of wireless solutions in cars will reach a projected $1.17 billion this year, up a respectable 5 percent from $1.11 billion last year. While growth this year has moderated from the sizable double-digit increases of 2011 and 2012, continued expansion is assured in the years ahead. An uptick in the 8 percent range is expected during both 2014 and 2015, with revenue headed toward $1.57 billion by 2018.