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Solar energy - Insight into the market

Published: July 2013 · Publisher: MarketLine
The solar energy market should be looked at from many perspectives, as its characteristics are not limited to the environmental benefits, but also economic. Despite the global slowdown in the PV market, some countries like the UK or Germany.
Report Type Case Studies
Language English
Format Electronic (PDF)
Pages18
Frequency Updated Annually
Availability Will be emailed within 1 business day
Reference No. 0109-6702
Price € 369,00
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Introduction

The solar energy market should be looked at from many perspectives, as its characteristics are not limited to the environmental benefits, but also economic. Despite the global slowdown in the PV market, some countries like the UK or Germany are still showing healthy increase in PV systems installations, adding over 8.2GW of energy to the grid.

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Highlights

With Europe accounting for 53% of the world's solar systems installations, European PV market is a leading region. Market is foreseen to consolidate, however, European markets will offer investors attractive returns, despite of the limits in the level of subsidiaries in most key countries like Germany or the UK.

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* What are the current and future trend of the industry?
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OVERVIEW
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INSTALLED POWER OF SOLAR ENERGY HAS DOUBLED GLOBALY IN THE PAST TWO YEARS
European countries account for 68.5% of the global solar market in 2012
Good growth in the German PV market despite the subsidy cuts
PV installation in the UK is expected to double in 2013.
RENEWABLE ENERGY TOO COSTLY FOR SOME
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Subsidies, which in recent years fueled boom, are to be cut
SOLAR PV ACCOUNTS FOR 37% OF NEW POWER CAPACITY INSTALATION IN EUROPE
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PV turned out to have the biggest capacity of all newly installed power systems.
PV prices to stabilize in 2016
CONCLUSION
The production of PV systems will keep on rising.
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