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                           Global Solar Inverter Markets
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The last decade witnessed an unprecedented boom in the Photovoltaic industry, leading to a rise in
renewable energy generation the world over. Rising crude oil prices and growing environmental
awareness prompted many economies to develop a cleaner alternative source of energy. Among
renewable energy industries, the PV industry has been one of the fastest growing industries in the last
decade with large scale installations in developed and developing economies. Since 2000, cumulative
PV installations have grown at a CAGR of 35% reaching 40 GW in 2010, and we estimate the market
to touch 400 GW by 2020. The majority of the installations are centered in EU countries with
Germany, Italy, Czech Republic, Spain, France, Belgium and Greece constituting the major share. A
series of restrictions by the governments and curtailing of subsidies to offset the growing budget
deficits are likely to impact future growth in EU markets. In the next decade we expect a shift in PV
growth markets to the non-EU countries of North America (US and Canada) and Asia, led by China and
India.

PV components production and shipments grew in perfect correlation with the PV industry growth. The
unsustainable industry growth of the last decade resulted in a widening supply and demand gap and
rising prices. Technological changes and the emergence of disruptive technologies coupled with
capacity expansions of major players led to falling prices of PV components.

Our report on the PV component market has a detailed analysis on PV cells, modules, wafers,
polysilicon and inverters. The main focus of the study is on PV inverters, which is currently valued
between $5.5- 5.8 Billion and we estimate the market to touch $7.5 Billion in 2015. This market
research report also provides information on historical developments in PV inverter markets as well as
on growth, size, volume of business and general trends in technological developments.

Table of Contents :
Chapter 1 Executive Summary
Micro-inverters
Power optimizers
Advantages of Micro-inverters and power optimizers
Wafers
Polysilicon
PV Cells/Modules
Table 1-1 Inverter Production Capacity 2011 (in MW)
Emerging Market Analysis
China
Figure 1-1 China PV Installations 2006 - 2015 (MW)
India
Rest of Asia
Malaysia
South Korea
Rest of Asia
Latin America & MENA (Middle East and North Africa)
Supply Demand Scenario
Figure 1-2 Polysilicon Spot Price Trends 2008 - 2015 ($/Kg)
Polysilicon
Modules
Figure 1-3 Average Selling Price Trends, Modules 2008 - 2015 ($/Kg)
Inverters
Photovoltaic Market Assessment
Table 1-2 Year on Year PV Installed Capacity, Major Countries and Rest of the world 2008-2010 (in
MW)
Table 1-3 Cumulate PV Installed Capacity, Major Countries and Rest of the World 2008-2010 (in MW)
Growth Country Market Beyond 2010
Figure 1-4 Cumulative PV Installed Capacity of Growing Markets outside EU as of 2010 (in %)
Growth Country Market Scenario
USA



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Description: The last decade witnessed an unprecedented boom in the Photovoltaic industry, leading to a rise in renewable energy generation the world over. Rising crude oil prices and growing environmental awareness prompted many economies to develop a cleaner alternative source of energy.