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Thin-Film Photovoltaics Markets: 2008 and Beyond (revised), Nanomarkets Report

This report is an updated version of our July release on thin-film photovoltaic modules markets and takes account of tumultuous changes that have recently occurred in the world economy. The report includes completely revised market forecasts along with a detailed outlook for the business opportunities and threats that NanoMarkets expects for TFPV in 2009

Concentrating Solar Power 2011: Technology, Costs and Markets

This report is a detailed study of the current CSP market, with a project-by-project analysis that presents the strengths and weaknesses of CSP’s four major technologies: parabolic trough, power tower, dish-engine, and linear Fresnel reflector. In addition, the report offers cost (per watt and per kWh), and market share for each CSP technology, and includes over 80 profiles of the industry’s leading technology and development companies.

Other Market Reports

The Future of Thin-Film and Organic Photovoltaics Manufacturing, Nanomarkets Report

The rapid and recent commercialization of thin-film and organic PV has automatically put the spotlight on manufacturing issues. There are many different approaches being used today from traditional sputtering to avant-garde functional printing approaches. In some cases the old and the new are combined in the same fabrication plant. Some solar panel firms are going with a turnkey plant supplied by a large equipment manufacturer. Others are building their own plants from scratch. With so much diversity and change in this field, NanoMarkets believes that the time is right for this new report which surveys the manufacturing of thin-film PV (TFPV) and organic PV (OPV)

Building Integrated Photovoltaics: Opportunities - 2010, Nanomarkets Report

Building Integrated Photovoltaics: Opportunities 2010 report provides an opportunity analysis for BIPV over the next eight years, based on the aesthetic and cost benefits discussed above. Building Integrated Photovoltaics: Opportunities 2010 report also examines how manufacturers in the PV space can leverage these benefits to distinguish themselves in the marketplace. These opportunities are explored in terms of the three major classes of BIPV products that NanoMarkets has identified and defined: rigid BIPV products, semitransparent BIPV products, and flexible BIPV products.

Organic and Dye-Sensitized Cell Photovoltaics: Materials, Applications and Opportunities - 2010, Nanomarkets Report

In Organic and Dye-Sensitized Cell Photovoltaics: Materials, Applications and Opportunities 2010, NanoMarkets discusses how and where these distinguishing features can be turned in opportunities. Organic and Dye-Sensitized Cell Photovoltaics: Materials, Applications and Opportunities 2010 also examines where hybrid organic/inorganic PV, notably dye sensitized cells (DSCs), is making its mark; in building integrated PV and other areas.

The Cleantech Report by Lux Research

Introducing the authoritative guide to emerging energy and environmental technologies. The Cleantech Report, published by Lux Research, is the first information resource to provide comprehensive analysis of cleantech - offering proprietary data, unbiased analyses, and fresh insights in emerging energy and environmental technologies

Organic Photovoltaic Markets, Nanomarkets Report

This new report analyzes and quantifies the market for organic photovoltaics (OPV) over the next eight years. It provides capacity and market forecasts, profiles both materials and solar panel firms to watch in the OPV space and takes a hard look at investment trends impacting the OPV business

Encapsulation and Flexible Substrates for Thin-Film Photovoltaics, Nanomarkets Report

Encapsulation and Flexible Substrates for Thin-Film Photovoltaics report provides our analysis of the market for encapsulation and substrate materials, including a detailed eight-year forecast of the revenue opportunities that these materials present. NanoMarkets believe that Encapsulation and Flexible Substrates for Thin-Film Photovoltaics report will be essential reading for chemical, glass, polymer, and thin-film ceramic manufacturers as well as those seeking to ensure that they address photovoltaics encapsulation issues effectively.

Silver in Photovoltaics: 2010, Nanomarkets Report

Silver in Photovoltaics: 2010 identifies and quantifies the opportunities for silver and silver products in the rapidly changing photovoltaics (PV) industry. Silver in Photovoltaics: 2010 considers silver inks and pastes and various hybrid materials that are used in PV; materials such as transparent conductive silver-containing composites.

Materials Markets for Thin-Film and Organic Photovoltaics (revised), Nanomarkets Report

This report is an updated version of our Q1-08 release on thin-film and organic PV materials. This revised report covers thin-film silicon, CIGS, CdTe and organic materials. It considers the future commercial prospects for thin-film PV materials in the current economic downturn and includes a new eight-year forecast of materials consumption of materials by the TFPV industry, as well as an assessment of what the business prospects at the materials level of the TFPV value chain are likely to be in 2009. The issues analyzed include the prospects for commercialization of newer technologies in an investment environment with a short term focus and how TFPV materials will fare against conventional silicon materials

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