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Research Report on Dye Sensitized Cell Markets

Published on April 11, 2012 at 11:55 PM

By Cameron Chai

Nanomarkets, an industrial analysis firm, has included a report titled, Dye Sensitized Cell Markets – 2012, Nano-531, in its publication that will be released in April 22, 2012.

The dye sensitized cells (DSCs) have moved from their R&D level to the commercial level in the last two years. The DSCs’ performance is equivalent to amorphous silicon PV and offer more potential for performance enhancements when compared to amorphous silicon PV. In addition, DSC can even function on non-peak insolation and can be used on flexible substrates.

An analysis of the latest market developments in DSC has been included in the report. The report examines the recent products, technical improvement and plans. It discusses the market development of DSC through performance enhancements. The prospective market for DSC in the BIPV industries has also been analyzed in the report.

Moreover, the report focuses on the commercial importance of the recent growth that have taken place in DSC, such as the efforts taken to reduce electrodes and dye expenditures. Furthermore, the report includes the strategies adopted by prominent companies in the DSC field. As a regular feature of Nanomarket, granular forecast of materials and DSC panel delivery in terms of value and volume have been included.

DSC companies, including G24 Innovations, SolarPrint, Dyesol and its partners and subsidiaries, 3GSolar, Oxford Photovoltaics, Solaronix, NLAB Solar, Fujikura and Peccell have been profiled in the report.

Source: http://nanomarkets.net/

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