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世界の分散型電源市場

The Global Market for Distributed Energy Generation

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世界の分散型電源市場 The Global Market for Distributed Energy Generation
出版日: 2011年10月31日 ページ情報: 英文 269 pages
概要

世界の分散型電源技術市場は2009年に約444億ドル、2010年には640億ドルの市場規模を記録しています。2010年以降は17.1%のCAGRで推移し、2015年には1,410億ドルの規模に成長すると予測されています。

当レポートでは、世界の分散型電源技術市場の現状と見通しについて調査分析し、分散型電源の発展の経緯、メリット・デメリット、法的支援およびイニシアチブ、産業構造と主要企業の市場シェア、主要技術の区分と技術別市場の評価・分析、主要企業プロファイル、技術区別の市場規模実績・予測などをまとめ、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 サマリー

第3章 概要

  • 分散型エネルギーと分散型電源
  • 再生可能エネルギーと分散型発電
  • 分散型発電の経緯
  • 分散型電源の利用
  • 分散型発電のメリット・デメリット
  • 分散型発電の技術と用途

第4章 分散型電源の法的支援およびイニシアチブ

  • 米国の法的支援およびイニシアチブ
  • 国際的な法的支援およびイニシアチブ:欧州
  • 国際的な法的支援およびイニシアチブ:アジア・オーストラリア
  • 国際的な法的支援およびイニシアチブ:南米

第5章 産業構造・主要市場

第6章 企業プロファイル

  • マイクロタービン
  • 燃焼タービン
  • マイクロ水力発電
  • レシプロエンジン
  • 燃料電池
  • 太陽光発電システム(ソーラーパネル)
  • 風力タービン

第7章 市場評価・分析

  • マイクロタービン
  • 小型燃焼タービン
  • 小水力発電
  • レシプロエンジン
  • 燃料電池
  • 太陽光発電システム
  • 小型風力タービン
  • 分散型電源市場:概要
  • 燃料源とエネルギー安全保障
  • 環境配慮への動き:企業および個人の取り組み

第8章 付録

第9章 リファレンス

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Product Code: EGY061B

Abstract

REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

  • The worldwide market for Distributed Generation (DG) technologies reached a total of about $44.4 billion in 2009 and $64.0 billion in 2010. By 2015, it is estimated at about $141 billion, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 17.1% between 2010 and 2015.
  • The DG market for renewable technologies was worth $31.8 billion in 2010 and is expected to reach to $66.4 billion by 2015, growing at a CAGR of 15.9%.
  • In 2010, the market value for fuel-based generation technologies was nearly $32.2 billion and is forecast to reach to $74.3 billion by 2015, with a CAGR of 18.2%.

SUMMARY FIGURE
COMPARISON OF PROJECTED DISTRIBUTED GENERATION MARKET, 2008-2015
($ MILLIONS)

Source: BCC Research

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

BCC's goal in conducting this study was to assess and describe the current status of the worldwide distributed energy generation (DG) industry for all major technologies, and to assess the potential growth of that industry. More specifically, the study included the following objectives: (1) summarize existing DG technologies as well as promising technologies under development; (2) evaluate the existing DE industry, focusing on producers of each major viable technology; and (3) assess market potential for DE generation technologies over a 5-year period, from 2010 through 2015. This report also serves to update a previous report on the same topic that provided projections through 2013 that was completed prior to the global economic downturn that began in 2009.

REASONS FOR COMPLETING THIS STUDY

Worldwide interest in alternative forms of energy production is quickly rising, driven by increased global awareness of energy-related issues including greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, climate change, energy cost and security, air and water pollution, and other environmental and economic concerns. DG represents one of several potential solutions that are being widely implemented to address these issues. In many situations, increased reliance on DG sources including solar, wind, fuel cell, and other technologies will serve as a key component toward reaching climate change, energy security, and environmental goals of political entities around the globe. This study assesses market opportunities that will facilitate the implementation of DG around the world.

SCOPE OF REPORT

The scope of this investigation includes all major viable DG technologies as well as abbreviated assessment of potentially viable emerging DG technologies. BCC analyzes each technology, determines its current market status, examines its impact on future markets, and presents forecasts of growth over the ensuing 5 years. Technological issues including the latest trends are assessed and discussed, as is the current and likely ongoing regulatory environment in support of this industry.

BCC analyzes the industry on a worldwide basis from both a manufacturing and an implementation point of view. We examine government roles in support of DG technologies worldwide, including regulatory support and requirements, feed-in tariffs, and promotional incentives for various DG technologies as relevant and available. We provide a review of the most relevant DG technologies, discuss recent trends in capacity installation and unit sales, and provide industry overviews and market assessments for each DG technology.

WORLDWIDE MARKETS

The following table provides a review of the major worldwide markets that were assessed in support of this study.

TABLE A
LIST OF GLOBAL MARKETS CONSIDERED IN THIS STUDY

MarketCountries Included
North AmericaUnited States and Canada
South AmericaAll South American countries
EuropeEuropean Union plus Western Russia
Asia and AustraliaChina, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia,
Singapore, Eastern Russia,
eastern former Soviet Republics, Australia

Source: BCC Research

METHODOLOGY

Both primary and secondary research methodologies were used in preparing this report. Background information, including reviews of each DG technology and its implementation status, were collected from government and industry sources, primarily those located in the United States and Europe. Specific citations and references are provided as needed to support this study, and website links to government and industry studies, white papers, and other relevant information is provided whenever available.

BCC's research of present and historic market trends was conducted primarily via phone interviews and internet research, typically relying on personal interviews and internal or publicly available company data that were provided to BCC research, and on annual documentation of sales within each sector as relevant to a particular DG technology. Based on the results of our surveys, we analyzed the potential applications for each technology, and forecast sales through 2015.

Market sizes and installed capacity figures were calculated based on data obtained from surveyed parties. In some cases when available, data regarding the total percentage of market share that was represented by the surveyed parties was used to provide an estimate of the entire market size and/or installed capacity. Additionally, when available, the data provided in this report were compared against other industry data (these were available for solar and, to a limited extent, for small wind and fuel cells) to ensure relevance, applicability, and accuracy of the data summarized below.

TABLE B
RESEARCH INFORMATION SOURCES

Portion of BCC ReportInformation SourcePrimary or Secondary
Review of distributed energy
and technologies
Scientific, government,
and industry research
Secondary
Regulatory support for
distributed generation
Government documentsSecondary
Industry structure
and market overview
Industry interviewsPrimary
Major companies and
company profiles
Industry interviews and
published corporate information
Primary and Secondary
Market assessment and
projections
Industry interviews,
BCC Research calculations
Primary, Secondary sources
used for benchmarking and validation

Source: BCC Research

INFORMATION SOURCES

Both primary and secondary research methods were used in preparing this report. BCC surveyed over 110 companies to obtain data for this study. Included were manufactures of DG hardware, hardware distributors, and selected industrial products. We also spoke with users of these technologies in a variety of locales worldwide. Additionally, we compiled data from current financial and trade information and government sources.

ANALYST CREDENTIALS

Robert Eckard has over a decade of experience working in the energy and environmental industries. Currently pursuing a PhD in water and energy resources at the University of California, Davis, Robert also runs a small industry research and technical consulting company with an emphasis on energy/water/environmental sectors. Robert has provided economic analysis market assessments, environmental analysis, and technical water and energy reports to state and local governments, other consultants, and private companies and individuals throughout the U.S., Australia, and Singapore. Robert takes pride in preparing the highest-quality research and documentation, and is happy to be supporting BCC Research in its present endeavor to assess worldwide DG markets.

Table of Contents

The Global Market for Distributed Energy Generation

Chapter - 1: INTRODUCTION - Complimentary

  • STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
  • REASONS FOR COMPLETING THIS STUDY
  • INTENDED AUDIENCE
  • SCOPE OF REPORT
  • INFORMATION SOURCES
  • ANALYST CREDENTIALS
  • RELATED BCC REPORTS
  • BCC ONLINE SERVICES
  • DISCLAIMER

Chapter - 2: SUMMARY

  • Table 0: PROJECTED GLOBAL DISTRIBUTED GENERATION MARKET, THROUGH 2015
  • Figure 0: COMPARISON OF PROJECTED DISTRIBUTED GENERATION MARKET, 2008-2015

Chapter - 3: OVERVIEW

  • DISTRIBUTED ENERGY AND DISTRIBUTED GENERATION
  • RENEWABLE ENERGY AND DISTRIBUTED ENERGY GENERATION
  • A BRIEF HISTORY OF DISTRIBUTED ENERGY GENERATION
  • DISTRIBUTED ELECTRICITY USES
  • ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF DISTRIBUTED ELECTRICITY GENERATION
  • DISTRIBUTED ENERGY GENERATION TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS
    • Table 7: MATURITY OF DISTRIBUTED ELECTRICITY TECHNOLOGIES
    • Table 8: CHARACTERISTICS OF SELECT DISTRIBUTED GENERATION TECHNOLOGIES

Chapter - 4: REGULATORY SUPPORT AND INCENTIVES FOR DISTRIBUTED GENERATION

  • UNITED STATES REGULATORY SUPPORT AND INCENTIVES
  • INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY SUPPORT AND INCENTIVES - EUROPE
  • INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY SUPPORT AND INCENTIVES - ASIA AND AUSTRALIA
  • INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY SUPPORT AND INCENTIVES - SOUTH AMERICA
    • Table 40: SOUTH AMERICAN COUNTRIES WITH DISTRIBUTED GENERATION SUPPORT AND INCENTIVES
    • Table 41: OVERVIEW OF SOUTH AMERICAN REGULATORY SUPPORT AND INCENTIVES

Chapter - 5: INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND MAJOR MARKETS

  • INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
  • MAJOR MARKETS

Chapter - 6: COMPANY PROFILES

  • MICROTURBINES
  • COMBUSTION TURBINES
  • MICROHYDROPOWER
  • RECIPROCATING ENGINES
  • FUEL CELLS
  • PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS (SOLAR PANELS)
  • WIND TURBINES
    • Table 119: DG-SCALE WIND SYSTEMS MANUFACTURERS AND DEVELOPERS WORLDWIDE

Chapter - 7: MARKET ASSESSMENT AND ANALYSIS

  • MICROTURBINES
  • SMALL COMBUSTION TURBINES
  • SMALL HYDROPOWER
  • RECIPROCATING ENGINES
  • FUEL CELLS
  • PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS
  • SMALL WIND TURBINES
  • OVERVIEW OF THE DISTRIBUTED GENERATION MARKET
  • FUEL SOURCES AND ENERGY SECURITY
  • THE GREEN MOVEMENT - CORPORATE AND PERSONAL GREENING
    • Table 136: GENERAL PUBLIC INTEREST/SUPPORT FOR DISTRIBUTED ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES

Chapter - 8: APPENDICES

  • APPENDIX I - UNITS AND CONVERSION FACTORS
  • APPENDIX II - ABBREVIATIONS OF MEASUREMENTS

Chapter - 9: REFERENCES

List of Tables

  • Table TABLE A: LIST OF GLOBAL MARKETS CONSIDERED IN THIS STUDY
  • Table TABLE B: RESEARCH INFORMATION SOURCES
  • Summary Table: PROJECTED GLOBAL DISTRIBUTED GENERATION MARKET, THROUGH 2015
    • Table 1: CONVENTIONAL POWER PLANT GENERATION CAPACITIES
    • Table 2: DISTRIBUTED GENERATION TECHNOLOGIES CONSIDERED IN THIS REPORT
    • Table 3: ENERGY SOURCES FOR DISTRIBUTED GENERATION
    • Table 4: ENERGY SOURCES FOR DISTRIBUTED ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES
    • Table 5: ADVANTAGES OF DISTRIBUTED GENERATION
    • Table 6: DRAWBACKS OF DISTRIBUTED GENERATION
    • Table 7: MATURITY OF DISTRIBUTED ELECTRICITY TECHNOLOGIES
    • Table 8: CHARACTERISTICS OF SELECT DISTRIBUTED GENERATION TECHNOLOGIES
    • Table 9: FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO DISTRIBUTED GENERATION COST
    • Table 10: MICROTURBINE OVERVIEW
    • Table 11: MICROTURBINE ADVANTAGES
    • Table 12: MICROTURBINE DRAWBACKS
    • Table 13: COMBUSTION TURBINE OVERVIEW
    • Table 14: COMBUSTION TURBINE ADVANTAGES
    • Table 15: COMBUSTION TURBINE DRAWBACKS
    • Table 16: MICROHYDROPOWER OVERVIEW
    • Table 17: MICROHYDROPOWER ADVANTAGES
    • Table 18: MICROHYDROPOWER DRAWBACKS
    • Table 19: RECIPROCATING ENGINE OVERVIEW
    • Table 20: RECIPROCATING ENGINE ADVANTAGES
    • Table 21: RECIPROCATING ENGINE DRAWBACKS
    • Table 22: FUEL CELL OVERVIEW
    • Table 23: COMPARISON OF COMMON FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGIES
    • Table 24: PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS OVERVIEW
    • Table 25: ADVANTAGES SPECIFIC TO PV SYSTEMS
    • Table 26: DRAWBACKS SPECIFIC TO PV SYSTEMS
    • Table 27: WIND TURBINE OVERVIEW
    • Table 28: ADVANTAGES OF DG-SCALE WIND TURBINES
    • Table 29: DRAWBACKS SPECIFIC TO DG-SCALE WIND TURBINES
    • Table 30: COMBINED HEAT AND POWER OVERVIEW
    • Table 31: ADVANTAGES OF COMBINED HEAT AND POWER
    • Table 32: DRAWBACKS OF COMBINED HEAT AND POWER
    • Table 33: OVERVIEW OF U.S. REGULATORY SUPPORT AND INCENTIVES
    • Table 34: IN-SERVICE DEADLINE AND CREDIT AMOUNT BY FACILITY TYPE
    • Table 35: OVERVIEW OF EUROPEAN REGULATORY SUPPORT AND INCENTIVES
    • Table 36: ENERGY RESEARCH UNDER FP7
    • Table 37: PRIMARY TARIFFS FOR RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY
    • Table 38: AUSTRAL-ASIAN COUNTRIES WITH DG SUPPORT AND INCENTIVES
    • Table 39: OVERVIEW OF ASIAN/AUSTRALIAN REGULATORY SUPPORT AND INCENTIVES
    • Table 40: SOUTH AMERICAN COUNTRIES WITH DISTRIBUTED GENERATION SUPPORT AND INCENTIVES
    • Table 41: OVERVIEW OF SOUTH AMERICAN REGULATORY SUPPORT AND INCENTIVES
    • Table 42: POTENTIAL NICHE OVERLAP AMONG DG TECHNOLOGIES
    • Table 43: CHARACTERISTICS OF MAJOR DISTRIBUTED GENERATION MANUFACTURERS IDENTIFIED IN THIS REPORT
    • Table 44: TOTAL ANNUAL INSTALLED MICROTURBINES WORLDWIDE BY REGION, THROUGH 2010
    • Table 45: WORLDWIDE MICROTURBINE UNIT SALES THROUGH 2010
    • Table 46: TOTAL ANNUAL INSTALLED SMALL COMBUSTION TURBINES WORLDWIDE BY REGION, THROUGH 2010
    • Table 47: WORLDWIDE SMALL COMBUSTION TURBINE UNIT SALES THROUGH 2010
    • Table 48: TOTAL ANNUAL INSTALLED RECIPROCATING ENGINES WORLDWIDE BY REGION, THROUGH 2010
    • Table 49: WORLDWIDE RECIPROCATING ENGINE UNITS SALES THROUGH 2010
    • Table 50: TOTAL ANNUAL INSTALLED STATIONARY FUEL CELLS WORLDWIDE BY REGION, THROUGH 2010
    • Table 51: WORLDWIDE STATIONARY FUEL CELL UNIT SALES THROUGH 2010
    • Table 52: TOTAL ANNUAL DISTRIBUTED INSTALLED PHOTOVOLTAIC CELLS WORLDWIDE BY REGION, THROUGH 2010
    • Table 53: WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTED PHOTOVOLTAIC CELL UNIT SALES THROUGH 2010
    • Table 54: TOTAL ANNUAL INSTALLED SMALL WIND CAPACITY, WORLDWIDE BY REGION, THROUGH 2010
    • Table 55: WORLDWIDE SMALL WIND UNIT SALES THROUGH 2010
    • Table 56: TOTAL ANNUAL INSTALLED SMALL HYDROPOWER CAPACITY WORLDWIDE BY REGION, THROUGH 2010
    • Table 57: WORLDWIDE SMALL HYDROPOWER UNIT SALES THROUGH 2010
    • Table 58: TOTAL ANNUAL INSTALLED GENERATION CAPACITY, ALL TECHNOLOGIES, WORLDWIDE BY REGION THROUGH 2010
    • Table 59: MICROTURBINE MANUFACTURERS AND DEVELOPERS WORLDWIDE
    • Table 60: COMPANY OVERVIEW - CALNETIX POWER SOLUTIONS
    • Table 61: COMPANY OVERVIEW - CAPSTONE TURBINE CORPORATION
    • Table 62: COMPANY OVERVIEW - INGERSOLL-RAND ENERGY SYSTEMS
    • Table 63: COMPANY OVERVIEW - SOLAR TURBINES
    • Table 64: COMPANY OVERVIEW - TOYOTA TURBINE AND SYSTEMS, INC.
    • Table 65: COMPANY OVERVIEW - TURBEC
    • Table 66: COMPANY OVERVIEW - WILSON SOLARPOWER
    • Table 67: SMALL COMBUSTION TURBINE MANUFACTURERS AND DEVELOPERS WORLDWIDE
    • Table 68: COMPANY OVERVIEW - ALM TURBINE
    • Table 69: COMPANY OVERVIEW - SIEMENS ENERGY
    • Table 70: COMPANY OVERVIEW - SOLAR TURBINES
    • Table 71: MICROHYDROPOWER MANUFACTURERS AND DEVELOPERS WORLDWIDE
    • Table 72: COMPANY OVERVIEW - ASIAN PHOENIX
    • Table 73: COMPANY OVERVIEW - CANYON HYDRO
    • Table 74: COMPANY OVERVIEW - CARGO KRAFT TURBIN SVERIGE AB
    • Table 75: COMPANY OVERVIEW - FUCHUN INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT CO. LTD., SHENZHEN
    • Table 76: COMPANY OVERVIEW - GILBERT GILKES & GORDON, LTD.
    • Table 77: COMPANY OVERVIEW - GUGLER WATER TURBINES
    • Table 78: POWER OUTPUT OF SAVOIA MICROHYDROPOWER TURBINE
    • Table 79: COMPANY OVERVIEW - SAVOIA GENERATORS
    • Table 80: COMPANY OVERVIEW - TYCO TAMAR
    • Table 81: RECIPROCATING ENGINE MANUFACTURERS AND DEVELOPERS WORLDWIDE
    • Table 82: COMPANY OVERVIEW - CATERPILLAR
    • Table 83: COMPANY OVERVIEW - CUMMINS POWER GENERATION, INC.
    • Table 84: COMPANY OVERVIEW - DEUTZ AG
    • Table 85: COMPANY OVERVIEW - DRESSER WAUKESHA
    • Table 86: COMPANY OVERVIEW - FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINE
    • Table 87: COMPANY OVERVIEW - GE JENBACHER
    • Table 88: COMPANY OVERVIEW - GENERAC POWER SYSTEMS
    • Table 89: COMPANY OVERVIEW - HONDA POWER EQUIPMENT
    • Table 90: COMPANY OVERVIEW - KOHLER POWER SYSTEMS
    • Table 91: COMPANY OVERVIEW - ROLLS ROYCE
    • Table 92: COMPANY OVERVIEW - WARTSILA
    • Table 93: FUEL CELL SYSTEMS MANUFACTURERS AND DEVELOPERS WORLDWIDE
    • Table 94: COMPANY OVERVIEW - BALLARD
    • Table 95: COMPANY OVERVIEW - CELLKRAFT
    • Table 96: COMPANY OVERVIEW - ELECTROCHEM, INC.
    • Table 97: COMPANY OVERVIEW - FUEL CELL ENERGY
    • Table 98: COMPANY OVERVIEW - HORIZON FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGIES
    • Table 99: COMPANY OVERVIEW - MTI MICRO FUEL CELLS
    • Table 100: COMPANY OVERVIEW - NEXTECH MATERIALS
    • Table 101: COMPANY OVERVIEW - NUVERA FUEL CELLS
    • Table 102: COMPANY OVERVIEW - PLUG POWER
    • Table 103: COMPANY OVERVIEW - POWERZINC ELECTRIC, INC.
    • Table 104: COMPANY OVERVIEW - SIEMENS ENERGY
    • Table 105: COMPANY OVERVIEW - UTC POWER
    • Table 106: PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS MANUFACTURERS AND DEVELOPERS WORLDWIDE
    • Table 107: COMPANY OVERVIEW - BP SOLAR
    • Table 108: COMPANY OVERVIEW - CONERGY
    • Table 109: COMPANY OVERVIEW - FIRST SOLAR, INC.
    • Table 110: COMPANY OVERVIEW - JA SOLAR HOLDINGS
    • Table 111: COMPANY OVERVIEW - KYOCERA SOLAR, INC.
    • Table 112: COMPANY OVERVIEW - Q-CELLS
    • Table 113: COMPANY OVERVIEW - SHARP SOLAR
    • Table 114: COMPANY OVERVIEW - SOLAR EDGE
    • Table 115: COMPANY OVERVIEW - SOLARWORLD AG
    • Table 116: COMPANY OVERVIEW - SUNPOWER CORP.
    • Table 117: COMPANY OVERVIEW - SUNTECH-POWER
    • Table 118: COMPANY OVERVIEW: YINGLI GREEN ENERGY
    • Table 119: DG-SCALE WIND SYSTEMS MANUFACTURERS AND DEVELOPERS WORLDWIDE
    • Table 120: COMPANY OVERVIEW - AEROGENESIS WIND ENERGY
    • Table 121: COMPANY OVERVIEW - AMPAIR ENERGY LIMITED
    • Table 122: COMPANY OVERVIEW - BERGEY WINDPOWER CO.
    • Table 123: COMPANY OVERVIEW - FORTIS WIND ENERGY
    • Table 124: COMPANY OVERVIEW - GAZELLE WIND TURBINES
    • Table 125: COMPANY OVERVIEW - SOUTHWEST WINDPOWER
    • Table 126: COMPANY OVERVIEW - VERGNET GROUPE
    • Table 127: COMPANY OVERVIEW - WIND ENERGY SOLUTIONS (WES)
    • Table 128: PROJECTED WORLDWIDE MICROTURBINE MARKET THROUGH 2015
    • Table 129: PROJECTED WORLDWIDE SMALL COMBUSTION TURBINE MARKET THROUGH 2015
    • Table 130: PROJECTED WORLDWIDE SMALL HYDROPOWER MARKET THROUGH 2015
    • Table 131: PROJECTED WORLDWIDE RECIPROCATING ENGINE MARKET, THROUGH 2015
    • Table 132: PROJECTED WORLDWIDE STATIONARY FUEL CELL MARKET, THROUGH 2015
    • Table 133: PROJECTED WORLDWIDE SOLAR PV MARKET, THROUGH 2015
    • Table 134: PROJECTED WORLDWIDE SMALL WIND TURBINES MARKET, THROUGH 2015
    • Table 135: PROJECTED WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTED GENERATION MARKET, THROUGH 2015
    • Table 136: GENERAL PUBLIC INTEREST/SUPPORT FOR DISTRIBUTED ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES

List of Figures

  • Summary Figure: COMPARISON OF PROJECTED DISTRIBUTED GENERATION MARKET, 2008-2015
    • Figure 1: PROJECTED MICROTURBINE SALES WORLDWIDE 2007-2015
    • Figure 2: PROJECTED SMALL COMBUSTION TURBINE SALES WORLDWIDE, 2007-2015
    • Figure 3: PROJECTED SMALL HYDROPOWER SALES WORLDWIDE, 2007-2015
    • Figure 4: PROJECTED RECIPROCATING ENGINE SALES WORLDWIDE, 2007-2015
    • Figure 5: PROJECTED STATIONARY FUEL CELL SALES WORLDWIDE, 2007-2015
    • Figure 6: PROJECTED SOLAR PV MEGAWATTS SOLD WORLDWIDE, 2007-2015
    • Figure 7: PROJECTED SMALL WIND TURBINES MEGAWATTS SOLD WORLDWIDE, 2007-2015
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