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米国のソーラーエネルギー市場 - 第2版:太陽光発電(PV)・太陽熱・集光型太陽熱発電(CSP)

U.S. Solar Energy Market World Data, 2nd Edition: PV, Solar Thermal, CSP

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米国のソーラーエネルギー市場 - 第2版:太陽光発電(PV)・太陽熱・集光型太陽熱発電(CSP) U.S. Solar Energy Market World Data, 2nd Edition: PV, Solar Thermal, CSP
出版日: 2010年06月01日 ページ情報: 英文 167 pages

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概要

当レポートでは、米国および世界のソーラーエネルギー市場について調査し、世界におけるソーラーパネル・PV・CSP市場の動向および設置・出荷統計、米国におけるソーラー製品の輸出入および出荷統計、主なPV・太陽熱システムメーカーの動向、財務・技術動向などの分析を提供しており、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 ソーラー製品/システム

  • 太陽光発電システム
    • 太陽電池からモジュールへ
    • シリコン太陽光発電技術
    • 標準的結晶シリコン電池の加工
    • その他のPVシステムコンポーネント
  • 太陽熱システム
    • 太陽熱温水システム
    • 太陽熱利用システム:アクティブ/パッシブ
    • 空気式太陽熱システム
  • 集光型太陽熱発電
    • CSPの基本
    • CSO vs. 従来の太陽光発電
    • 現在のところ砂漠への設置に限られるCSP

第3章 市場

  • 市場促進因子・予測
    • 外部要因
    • 内部要因
    • 予測

第4章 競合企業

  • 太陽光発電装置メーカー
  • 太陽熱装置メーカー

第5章 ソーラー市場の動向

  • 設置・出荷動向
  • ソーラーメーカーの動向
  • 財務動向
  • 技術動向

第6章 ソーラーの供給・流通チェーン

  • インバーターおよびBOS(Balance-of-System)プロバイダー
  • シリコンメーカー
  • 付録
目次
Product Code: SB2385474

After its best year ever in 2008, the world solar market struggled to survive a tumultuous 2009. What looked like a yawning drop for the photovoltaic (PV) market in the first half of the year turned into a solid gain in total amount of systems installed on the strength of strong German sales in the fourth quarter. But despite annual worldwide PV installations rising from 5.8 GW in 2008 to 6.6 GW in 2009, the PV market value dropped by 15.8% to $17.0 billion due to crashing PV cell and module prices.

The U.S. fared better than most countries, with the PV market up an estimated 6.0% in 2009 to $3.5 billion and PV installations rising to 469 MW. An extension of the solar tax credit and new recovery act funding helped to keep the U.S. PV market on a continuing upward trend.

The U.S. represented only 1% of a world solar thermal collector market dominated by China in 2009, shipping 1.0 GW of collectors worth $79.6 million. While still currently focused on low temperature pool heating systems that represented 82% of the U.S. market (by megawatts of collectors shipped) in 2009, SBI Energy anticipates much stronger growth in residential hot water systems heading to 2014.

Worldwide, the U.S. still has the greatest potential to increase its position in the solar market. SBI Energy foresees 900 MW of PV installations in 2010, rising to 7,600 MW of PV installations in 2014 building on renewed interest in solar from utilities and the extension of the solar tax credit. While the ST market will show only moderate growth in the U.S., the PV market segment will continue to shine in the U.S. and the concentrated solar power (CSP) market is set to explode. SBI Energy estimates the U.S. solar panel market will reach $34.5 billion in 2014.

U.S. Solar Energy Market World Data, 2nd Edition by SBI Energy analyzes the manufacturing and sales of the U.S. solar photovoltaic and solar thermal markets within the context of other key solar countries such as the Germany, Spain, Japan and China. The analysis will include definitions, current product offerings and market detail on the following segments:

  • Photovoltaic cells and modules
  • Vacuum tube and flat-panel solar thermal modules
  • Balance of system components including inverters, frames, batteries and charge controllers

What You' ll Get in This Report

U.S. Solar Energy Market World Data, 2nd Edition provides a concise, focused look on the photovoltaic and solar thermal market as it exists today, and shows where the market is moving over the next five years. The report highlights key players in the industry and pinpoints ways that current and prospective competitors can capitalize on recent trends and spearhead new ones. No other market research report provides both the comprehensive analysis and extensive data that U.S. Solar Energy Market World Data, 2nd Edition offers. Plus, you' ll benefit from extensive data, presented in easy-to-read and practical charts, tables and graphs.

How You' ll Benefit from this Report

If your company is already doing business related to solar electric power generation or solar thermal heating technologies, or is considering making the leap, you will find this report invaluable as it provides a comprehensive package of information and insight not offered in any other single source. You will gain a thorough understanding of the current market for all aspects of electric vehicles, as well as projected markets and trends through 2014.

This report will help:

  • Marketing managers identify market opportunities and develop targeted promotion plans for homeowners looking to invest in personal renewable energy options and who want to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Research and development professionals stay on top of competitor initiatives and explore demand for utility scale power generation and consumer scale PV and solar thermal applications.
  • Advertising agencies working with clients in the banking, retail and power generation industries develop messages and images that compel homeowners, businesses and utilities migrate towards solar when looking at renewable energy options.
  • Business development executives understand the dynamics of the market and identify possible partnerships.
  • Information and research center librarians provide market researchers, brand and product managers and other colleagues with the vital information they need to do their jobs more effectively.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Executive Summary

  • Research Methodology
  • The Global Solar Panel Market
    • Figure 1-1: World Solar Panel Market, 2006-2009 (in billion $)
  • The U.S. Solar Market
    • PV Cell & Module Shipments in the U.S
    • Figure 1-2: Annual U.S. PV Shipments, 2004-2009 (in million dollars)
    • Table 1-1: Annual U.S. Shipments of PV Cells & Modules by Type, 2004-2008 (in KW)
    • PV Installations in the U.S.
    • The U.S. Solar Thermal Market
    • Figure 1-3: U.S. Annual Solar Thermal Panel Shipments, 2004-2009 (in million $)
  • Rest of World PV Market
  • The Global CSP Market
    • Table 1-2: U.S. Annual CSP Shipments, 2004-2008
  • Solar Systems Sales in the U.S.
  • U.S. Imports & Exports of Solar Products
  • Forecast
    • Figure 1-4: World Solar Panel Market Forecast, 2010-2014 (in billion $)
    • U.S. Solar Forecast
    • Figure 1-5: U.S. Solar Market Forecast, 2010-2014 (in billion $)
    • PV Cells & Modules will Dominate the U.S. Solar Panel Market
    • Figure 1-6: U.S. PV Cell & Module Shipment Forecast, 2010-2014 (in billion $)
  • The Top PV Manufacturers
    • 2009 Takes its Toll(ing)
    • U.S. PV Manufacturers
  • Top Solar Thermal Manufacturers
  • Solar Industry Installation & Shipment Trends
    • Figure 1-7: World Cumulative Installed PV, 2004-2009 (in MW)
    • Crystalline Silicon PV Still Controls the Market
    • Figure 1-8: World PV Shipments by Type, 2008 (in percentage)
    • Trends in Germany
    • Trends in Japan
    • Trends in China
  • U.S. Shipment Demographics
    • Grid-Tied Commercial Covers Almost Half the U.S. PV Market
    • California is King for PV Shipments
    • U.S. Solar Thermal Shipment Demographics
  • Solar Manufacturing Trends
    • Figure 1-9: World PV Production by Country, 2008 (in percentage)
    • U.S. Manufacturing Demographics
    • Solar Production Costs
    • Figure 1-10: Average U.S. PV Cell & Module Prices, 2004-2008 (in $/W)
  • Financing Trends
    • Solar Financing in the U.S.
    • Lukewarm Federal Support for Solar Installations
    • Private investment in the U.S. Solar Market
    • World Government Solar PV Incentives
  • Technology Trends
  • Solar Research in the U.S
  • The Solar Distribution Chain
    • U.S. Solar Sales Through the Distribution Chain
    • Figure 1-11: Distribution of PV Cells & Modules by Customer Type, 2005-2008 (in percentage)
    • Manufacturers Become Integrators & Installers
    • Distribution and Dealer/Installers
    • Table 1-4: Top Five California Installers, 2009
  • Top Inverter and Balance-of-System Providers
    • Inverter Manufacturers
    • Other BOS Manufacturers
  • Silicon Manufacturers
    • Potential Silicon Oversupply

Chapter 2: Solar Products/Systems

  • Scope of Study: All Solar Systems and Products
    • Study Focus Primarily on the Photovoltaic Market
  • Research Methodology
    • Note on Abbreviations
    • Distributed vs. Centralized Generation
  • Photovoltaic Systems
    • From PV Cell to Module
    • Silicon Photovoltaic Technologies
      • Monocrystalline and Polycrystalline Silicon Cells
      • Mono More Efficient Than Poly
      • Boules, Blocks, and “Kerf”
      • The String Ribbon Method
    • Standard Crystal Silicon Cell Processing
      • Thin Film PV Cells
      • Thin Film Attributes and Drawbacks
      • CdTe Technology the Cheapest PV Technology Available
      • Amorphous Silicon (a-Si)
      • CIGS
      • Thin Films, BIPV, and Durability
    • Other PV System Components
      • PV Systems: On-Grid vs. Off-Grid
      • The Most Important On-Grid Component: Inverters
      • Batteries & Charge Controllers
      • Mounts/Racks
  • Solar Thermal Systems
    • Solar Water Heating Systems
      • Flat-Plate Collectors
      • Vacuum tube Collectors
      • Solar Water Heating: Low vs. Medium Temperature
    • Solar Heating Systems: Active and Passive
      • Active Water Heating Systems
      • Passive Water Heating Systems
      • Swimming Pool Systems
    • Solar Air Systems
      • Solar Cooling Systems
  • Concentrating Solar Power (CSP)
    • CSP Basics
    • CSP vs. Conventional PV
    • CSP So Far Limited to Desert Settings
    • Dishes, Troughs, and Power Towers

Chapter 3: The Market

  • A Note on the Data
  • The Global Solar Panel Market
    • Figure 3-1: World Solar Panel Market, 2006-2009 (in billion $)
  • The Tumultuous PV Market Almost Misses a Step
    • Figure 3-2: World Installed PV by Year, 2004-2009 (in MW)
    • Crystalline Silicon PV Still Controls the Market
    • Figure 3-3: World PV Shipments by Type, 2008 (in percentage)
  • U.S. Fighting to Remain a Top PV Market
    • Figure 3-4: Annual U.S. PV Shipments, 2004-2009 (in million dollars)
    • PV Shipments in the U.S.
    • Figure 3-5: U.S. Annual Shipments of PV Cells & Modules, 2004-2009 (in MW)
    • Table 3-1: Annual U.S. Shipments of PV Cells & Modules by Type, 2004-2008 (in KW)
    • Table 3-2: Annual U.S. Shipments of PV Cells & Modules by Type, 2004-2008 (in million dollars)
    • PV Installations in the U.S.
    • Figure 3-6: U.S. Installed PV per Year, 2004-2009 (in MW)
  • Rest of World PV Market
    • Germany Regains the Top PV Market Slot
    • Figure 3-7: Annual PV Installations in Germany, 2004-2009 (in MW)
    • Figure 3-8: PV Installations in Germany by Month, 2009 (in MW)
    • Japan and Italy Beat the U.S. in PV Installations in 2009
    • Figure 3-9: Annual PV Installations in Japan & Italy, 2004-2009 (in MW)
  • The Global Solar Thermal Market Holds a Steady Temperature
    • Figure 3-10: World Solar Thermal Installations by Year, 2006-2008 (in GW)
    • Figure 3-11: U.S. Annual Solar Thermal Panel Shipments, 2004-2009 (MW)
    • Figure 3-12: U.S. Annual Solar Thermal Panel Shipments, 2004-2009 (in million $)
  • The Global CSP Market
    • Table 3-3: U.S. Annual CSP Shipments, 2004-2008
  • Solar Systems Sales in the U.S.
    • Figure 3-13: U.S. Solar Systems Market, 2004-2009 (in million $)
  • Imports & Exports of Solar Products
    • Key PV Manufacturing Countries
    • Figure 3-14: World PV Production by Country, 2008 (in percentage)
    • U.S. Imports and Exports of PV Cells and Modules
    • Table 3-4: U.S. Annual PV Imports & Exports, 2004-2009 (in million $)
    • Table 3-5: U.S. Annual PV Imports & Exports by Type, 2004-2008 (in kW)
    • Figure 3-15: Top U.S. Import & Export countries, 2008 (in MW)
    • U.S. Imports and Exports of ST Panels
    • Table 3-6: U.S. Annual Solar Thermal Imports & Exports, 2004-2008 (in thousands of square feet)
  • Market Drivers & Forecast
    • Other External Factors That Favor Growth in the Solar Market
      • The Economy: NRE Prices and Supplies
      • Ecology: Climate Change
      • Politics: National Security
    • Internal Factors Favoring Growth
      • Benefits of Solar Systems
    • Negative Growth Factors in the Solar Market
      • Expensive Price
      • Systems Affordability
      • FITs and the bubble effect
      • Government Involvement
      • Legal/Regulatory Issues
      • Utility Obstacles
      • Recovering from the Recession
    • Forecast
      • Figure 3-16: World Solar Panel Market Forecast, 2010-2014 (in billion $)
      • U.S. Solar Forecast
      • Figure 3-17: U.S. Solar Market Forecast, 2010-2014 (in billion $)
      • Figure 3-18: U.S. ST & CSP Market Forecast, 2010-2014 (in million $)
      • PV Cells & Modules will Dominate the U.S. Solar Panel Market
      • Figure 3-19: U.S. PV Cell & Module Shipment Forecast, 2010-2014 (in billion $)
      • Figure 3-20: U.S. PV Installations Forecast, 2010-2014 (MW)
      • Solar Thermal Moves Away from Low Temperature
      • Figure 3-21: U.S. Solar Thermal Collector Shipments Forecast, 2010-2014 (in million $)
      • The CSP Segment is Going to Ignite
      • Figure 3-22: U.S. CSP Collector Shipment Forecast, 2010-2014 (in million $)

Chapter 4: Competitors

  • The Top PV Manufacturers
    • Table 4-1: Top Ten PV Cell & Module Manufacturers, 2009 (in MW)
    • 2009 Takes its Toll(ing)
    • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • First Solar
    • Overview
    • Performance
    • Figure 4-1: First Solar Revenue, 2005-2009 (in million dollars)
    • Figure 4-2: First Solar' s Regional Revenue, 2009 (in percentage)
    • Products & Production
    • Figure 4-3: First Solar CdTe Thin-Film Production & Production Capacity, 2005-2012 (in MW)
    • Significant Developments
  • Suntech
    • Overview
    • Performance
    • Figure 4-4: Suntech Revenue, 2005-2009 (in million dollars)
    • Products & Production
    • Table 4-2: Suntech PV Products, 2010
    • Figure 4-5: Suntech Production & Production Capacity, 2005-2009 (in MW)
    • Significant Developments
  • Q-Cells
    • Overview
    • Performance
    • Figure 4-6: Q-Cells Revenue & Income, 2005-2009 (in millions of euro)
    • Products & Production
    • Table 4-3: Q-Cells PV Products, 2010
    • Significant Developments
  • Sharp
    • Overview
    • Performance
    • Figure 4-7: Sharp Solar Segment Revenue, 2005-2009 (in billion yen)
    • Products & Production
    • Table 4-4: Sharp PV Products, 2010
  • SunPower
    • Overview
    • Performance
    • Figure 4-8: SunPower Corporation' s Revenue by Business Segment, 2005-2009 (in million $)
    • Products & Production
    • Table 4-5: SunPower U.S. PV Products, 2010
    • Significant Developments
  • Other U.S. PV Manufacturers
    • Figure 4-9: U.S. Manufacturers & Importers of PV Cell & Module Shipments, 2005-2008 (in number of companies)
    • Crystalline Silicon PV Manufacturers
    • Table 4-6: Selected List of U.S Crystalline Silicon PV Cell & Module Manufacturers, 2010
    • Thin-Film PV Manufacturers
    • Table 4-7: Selected List of U.S Thin-Film PV Module Manufacturers, 2010
  • Top Solar Thermal Manufacturers
    • Himin
    • Sangle Solar Energy
    • GREENoneTEC
    • U.S. Solar Thermal Manufacturers
      • Table 4-8: Selected List of U.S. Solar Thermal Manufacturers, 2010

Chapter 5: Solar Industry Trends

  • Solar Still a Niche Market in World Electricity Generation
    • Figure 5-1: U.S. Energy Consumption by Energy Source, 2008 (in percentage)
    • On-Grid Systems Coming On-Stream Worldwide, Lagging in the U.S.
    • Figure 5-2: Cumulative World On-Grid & Off-Grid PV Installations, 1992-2008 (as percentage of total PV installations)
    • Taking Advantage of Off-Grid PV Systems
  • Installation & Shipment Trends
    • U.S. PV Shipment Demographics
      • Table 5-1: Domestic U.S. PV Shipments by End Use, 2007-2008 (in MW)
      • Figure 5-3: U.S. Installations by System Size, 2008 (in percentage)
      • Grid-Tied Commercial Covers Almost Half the U.S. PV Market
      • Figure 5-4: Domestic U.S. PV Shipments by Market Sector, 2008 (in percentage)
      • Table 5-2: Domestic U.S. PV Shipments by Market Sector, 2007-2008 (in MW)
      • California is King for PV Shipments
      • Figure 5-5: U.S. Domestic PV Shipments by Destination, 2008 (in kW)
      • Table 5-3: Domestic U.S. PV Shipments by State, 2007-2008 (in MW)
    • U.S. Solar Thermal Shipment Demographics
      • Table 5-4: Domestic U.S. ST Shipments by Market Sector, 2007-2008 (in thousand square feet)
      • Table 5-5: Domestic U.S. ST Shipments by End Use, 2007-2008 (in thousand square feet)
      • Table 5-6: Domestic U.S. ST Shipments by State, 2007-2008 (in thousand square feet)
    • World Solar Installation & Shipment Trends
      • Figure 5-6: World Cumulative Installed PV, 2004-2009 (in MW)
      • Germany
      • Figure 5-7: German PV Installations by Market Sector, 2008 (in percentage)
      • Japan
      • Figure 5-8: Domestic Japanese PV Shipments by Market Sector, 2009 (in MW)
      • China
    • World CSP Trends
      • Table 5-7: Current & Future CSP Facilities, 2010
  • Solar Manufacturing Trends
    • U.S. Manufacturing Demographics
      • Figure 5-9: U.S. Photovoltaic Cell & Module Manufacturing by State, 2007-2008 (in MW)
      • Figure 5-10: U.S. Photovoltaic Industry Companies, 2007-2008 (in number of companies)
      • ST Manufacturing Demographics
      • Figure 5-11: U.S. Solar Thermal Industry Companies, 2007-2008 (in number of companies)
    • World Solar Manufacturing Trends
      • Solar Production Costs
      • Figure 5-12: Average U.S. PV Cell & Module Prices, 2004-2008 (in $/W)
      • Figure 5-13: Average U.S. ST Collector Prices, 2004-2008 (in $/sq. ft.)
  • Financing Trends
    • Solar Financing in the U.S.
      • Table 5-8: State Financial Incentives for Solar PV & Solar Heating, 2010
      • U.S. States Picking up the PACE
      • Figure 5-14: PACE and Loan Availability for Solar Projects by State, 2010
      • Solar Support Growing Within State Policies
      • Table 5-9: State RPS Policies with Solar/DG Provisions, 2010
      • Lukewarm Federal Support for Solar Installations
      • Private investment in the U.S. Solar Market
      • Rent Your Own Solar electric System
    • World Government Solar Incentives
      • Table 5-10: World PV Feed-In Tariff Rates, 2010
  • Technology Trends
    • Photovoltaic Cell Efficiencies
      • Table 5-11: Top Photovoltaic Cell Efficiencies by Technology, 2010 (in percentage)
    • Solar Research in the U.S.
      • Figure 5-15: U.S. DOE Solar Energy Technologies Program Funding, FY2006-FY2010 (in millions $)
    • Thin-film has Come of Age
      • Asian Companies Embrace Hybrid TF Variations
      • Few Challengers in CdTe
      • CIGS Is Where the Action Is
      • Thin-film Promise
      • Thin-film Problems
    • Emerging PV Alternatives
      • Hybrid Cells
      • Organic Cells
      • Color-Sensitive Cells
      • Metallurgical Silicon
      • Quantum Dots

Chapter 6: The Solar Supply & Distribution Chain

  • The Distribution Chain of the Solar Market
    • U.S. Solar Sales Through the Distribution Chain
    • Figure 6-1: Distribution of PV Cells & Modules by Customer Type, 2005-2008 (in percentage)
    • Figure 6-2: Distribution of ST Collectors by Customer Type, 2005-2008 (in percentage)
  • Manufacturers Become Integrators & Installers
    • Figure 6-3: U.S. PV Manufacturers/Importers Providing Installation Services, 2005-2008 (in number of companies)
  • The Drive to Value-Add: Distributors
    • Table 6-1: Selected List of U.S Solar Distributors, 2010
  • Distribution and Dealer/Installers
    • Table 6-2: Top Five California Installers, 2009
  • Distribution and Direct-Sales Retailers
  • System Designers
  • Systems Integrators
    • Table 6-3: Selected List of U.S. Solar Systems Integrators, 2010
  • Top Inverter and Balance-of-System Providers
    • Inverter Manufacturers
      • Table 6-4: Selected List of U.S. Solar Market Competitors: Inverters, 2010
    • Other BOS Manufacturers
      • Table 6-5: Selected List of U.S. Solar Market Competitors: Charge Controllers, 2010
      • Table 6-6: Selected List of U.S. Solar Market Competitors: Batteries, 2010
      • Table 6-7: Selected List of U.S. Solar Market Competitors: Mounts/Racks, 2010
  • Silicon Manufacturers
    • Leading Silicon Producers
    • Potential Silicon Oversupply
  • Appendix: Selected Addresses of Solar Marketers
    • PV Cell/Module Marketers
    • Solar Thermal Manufacturers
    • Inverter/BOS Manufacturers
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