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Blattner Energy and other leading diversified EPC firms capture market share in the United StatesMarch 20, 2017The US market installed over 15 gigawatts-dc (GWdc) of photovoltaics (PV) in 2016, a record breaking amount for the market, over 80% of which was accounted for by non-residential installations. The top 5 EPCs captured nearly 50% (~48%) of the total non-residential PV market in 2016. Aside from First Solar, the top 5 EPC companies were primarily characterized as diversified firms that do not have an exclusive focus on solar.Subscribers Only
Utility-scale PV Projects Cost Analysis Report - 2016October 28, 2016This report reviews current and future cost trends for utility-scale PV in China, United States, India, France and Japan, including analysis of LCOE.Subscribers Only
Top Three Megawatt-Scale PV Operations and Maintenance Providers Captured 44 Percent of the North American Market in 2015June 28, 2016IHS Technology analysis and commentary follows from the IHS Solar EPC and O&M Providers Report - North America - 2016, which is part of IHS North America Solar Intelligence Service.
US administration scales up energy storage deploymentJune 20, 2016On Thursday 16th June 2016, the US administration hosted a summit “Scaling Renewable Energy and Storage with Smart Markets” announcing energy storage deployment targets at the federal level and a series of state and private sector commitments.Subscribers Only
Single-Axis Tracker Market in North America Doubled in 2015 -- Reaching $1.2 BillionJune 08, 2016IHS Technology analysis and commentary follows from the IHS PV Structural Balance of System - North America report, which is part of IHS North America Solar Intelligence Service.
More than half of all semiconductor suppliers now comply with conflict minerals laws—is your company ready?November 11, 2014More than half of the global semiconductor suppliers have now taken the required steps to rid their products of prohibited conflict minerals. With the time running out to...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).
TBEA SunOasis Set to Overtake First Solar as World’s Largest Solar EPC Company in 2014May 15, 2014U.S.-based First Solar delivered on expectations in 2013 to become the leading Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) company in the global photovoltaic (PV) industry, even though it is likely to be surpassed in 2014 by Chinese EPC TBEA SunOasis, according to a new report from IHS Technology.
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.
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.
Buyers Rate Reliability and Quality as More Important Than Price in PV Modules, IHS Survey IndicatesMarch 26, 2014The most critical factors for buyers when selecting a photovoltaic (PV) module are reliability and quality, which were found to be more important than low prices, according to a recent survey...
Potential Net-Energy Metering Rollbacks Won’t Impact Solar Markets in US States in 2014January 03, 2014Despite efforts from some U.S. states to re-evaluate their net-energy metering (NEM) policies, the impact of any potential changes on the U.S. photovoltaics (PV) industry...
Korean and American Versions of Galaxy S4 as Different as Kimchee and Coleslaw, IHS Teardown RevealsMay 09, 2013On the outside, the U.S. and South Korean versions of Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy S4 smartphone look alike. But on the inside, there are major differences in key components—including...
A Year of Turbulence for the Solar IndustryConsolidation, trade wars and price drops rule in the second halfOctober 22, 2012The first half of 2012 was tumultuous for the photovoltaic (PV) industry. The overall economic downturn continued to impact prices across the silicon supply chain—extending from polysilicon to solar modules...