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世界の集光型太陽熱発電(CSP)システム市場:市場シェア・戦略・予測(2011-2017年)

Concentrating Solar Power Systems: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2011 to 2017

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世界の集光型太陽熱発電(CSP)システム市場:市場シェア・戦略・予測(2011-2017年) Concentrating Solar Power Systems: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2011 to 2017
出版日: 2011年09月16日 ページ情報: 英文 787 Pages
概要

集光型太陽熱発電(CSP)は幅広く実用化されており、2011年現在1.17ギガワット(GW)相当のCSP発電所群が電力網に接続されています。そのうち582メガワット相当がスペインに存在し、米国には507メガワットの発電能力があります。現在世界中で17.54ギガワットのCSPプロジェクトが開発段階にあります。最も規模が大きい米国では8.67GW相当が開発中であり、次いでスペインが4.46GWを開発中で、中国が2.5GWでこれに続きます。現在9億6,400万米ドルの市場規模である世界のCSP市場は、2017年には1,759億米ドルの規模に達することが見込まれています。

当レポートでは、世界の集光型太陽熱発電(CSP)システム市場を取り上げ、市場の主な動向および技術をまとめ、主要各社の市場シェアおよび戦略、主要製品について調査分析するとともに、主要企業のプロファイルを提供するなど、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

集光型太陽熱発電(CSP)システムのエグゼクティブサマリー

第1章 集光型太陽熱発電(CSP)システム市場の説明と市場力学

  • 豊富なエネルギー源である太陽
  • 太陽から得た電力
  • 太陽光産業の主な成長促進要因
  • 集光型太陽熱発電(CSP)技術
  • 様々な地域における太陽光強度
  • 太陽光技術
  • ユーティリティーにおける電力の位置づけ
  • スマート電気グリッドの総点検:ユーティリティー
  • 競争と先進的なPV(太陽光発電)技術
  • 安いエネルギーの時代
  • 気候変動問題への対処

第2章 集光型太陽熱発電(CSP)システム市場のシェアおよび予測

  • 集光型太陽熱発電(CSP)システム市場の成長促進力
  • CSP市場におけるシェア
  • CSP市場の予測
  • 技術開発:集光装置
  • 溶融塩太陽光ユーティリティー規模エネルギー市場の予測
  • 太陽光蒸気発生器
  • 再生可能エネルギーの拡大
  • 太陽光市場の機会
  • 太陽光発電市場
  • 太陽光産業セグメントにおける需要
  • 世界の太陽光資源
  • 太陽光市場の設置容量
  • 太陽光地域市場セグメント

第3章 集光型太陽熱発電(CSP)製品の説明

  • Heliostats
  • Abengoa SA
  • eSolar
  • Googleの太陽熱発電所
  • BrightSource Energy
  • Schott
  • Areva/Ausra
  • Ausra
  • Acciona
  • 集光型PV(太陽光発電)システム
  • Amonix
  • Entechの太陽熱ハイブリッド
  • フレネルレンズシステム
  • Soitec Group/Concentrix Solar
  • Green and Gold Energy/SolarCube
  • Emcore
  • パラボラ皿型スターリングエンジン
  • スターリングエンジンシステム
  • Infinia
  • SOL3G
  • Solergy
  • SolFocus
  • Pacific SolarTech
  • Whitfield Solar
  • Prism Solar Technologies
  • EMCOREの集光型太陽電池アレイ(CPV)太陽光発電ソリューション
  • ZenithSolarの集光型PV
  • Sunrgiの集光型PVシステム
  • CoolEarth Solar
  • GreenVolt
  • Lateral Aperture Solar Design(外側口太陽光設計)
  • Maxxun
  • Stellaris
  • Sol Solution
  • H2Go
  • Sunengyの湿式太陽光アレイ
  • Pythagoras Solar
  • SVV Technology Innovations
  • Solaflect Energy
  • 集光型熱システム
  • AORA
  • Beam Down Solar
  • BrightSource
  • Solargenix
  • Solucar
  • Sopogy
  • バイオマス/太陽光集光
  • Andersen Manufacturing
  • スペインが世界最大の太陽光発電タワーを稼動
  • V字型パラボラ技術
  • Flagsol
  • SkyFuel
  • HelioDynamics
  • Practical Solar
  • GreenShift
  • Menova Energy
  • AXT
  • AzurSpace
  • Boeing/SpectroLab
  • Spire Semiconductor, LLC
  • Masdar PV
  • Solar Thermal
  • Solar Millennium
  • Intersolar North America
  • United Technologies
  • Siemensエネルギー分野/再生可能エネルギー部門
  • 旭硝子
  • GE
  • 日立
  • 太陽熱温水装置
  • Daqo New Energyの太陽光モジュール
  • DyesolのBIPV(建材一体型太陽光発電)におけるDSC(色素増感太陽電池)アプリケーション設計
  • JinkoSolarのバリューチェーン

第4章 集光型太陽熱発電(CSP)の戦略、技術、およびアプリケーション

  • PVシステムの種類
  • 集光型太陽熱発電
  • 太陽反射鏡
  • EntechのSolar Collimator™技術
  • 発電に使われるCSP
  • パラボラ皿型スターリング太陽熱収集器
  • 太陽光発電タワー
  • フレネルレンズ
  • Pacific Solartechの集光型太陽電池モジュール技術
  • BrightSource EnergyのLPT(リンクパススルー)太陽熱発電システム

第5章 集光型太陽熱発電(CSP)企業のプロファイル

  • 米国の太陽光発電関連企業3社が倒産

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Product Code: SH24831852

Concentrating solar is evolving a significant market presence and is expected to continue to be used in climates close to the equator where there is more concentrated sun radiance. Sophisticated technology works initially to provide peak power supplements and power utility scale systems, having achieved grid parity in many places.

The worldwide demand for energy is steadily increasing. Demand for energy is doubling every 15 years. The major effort is to sustain growth in the electricity supply without causing irreversible harm to the environment. Solar energy has rapidly grown as a clean, renewable alternative to limited fossil fuels.

Concentrated solar power (CSP) systems, are systems that use mirrors or lenses to concentrate a large area of sunlight, or solar thermal energy, onto a small area. Electrical power is produced when the concentrated light is converted to heat which drives a heat engine (usually a steam turbine) connected to an electrical power generator.

Concentrating solar power is one of several preferred methods of solar electricity production. In most places it has achieved - grid-parity - when considering ROI over 25 years. The mainstream cost of electricity from the grid can be complemented by solar systems. The solar industry in China is funded by the government. This unrelenting investment in energy efficiency has thrust the Chinese companies into the forefront of the industry.

Other countries rely on tax incentives and special tariffs to sustain further investment in solar electricity generation. While this has enabled the industry to develop and provides very attractive investment opportunities, the Chinese dominate the industry at this time. There is a move to achieve grid-parity. Once this is secure, the solar market can expand very rapidly achieving penetration growth calculations that exceed any growth rate per se. A step-change in system costs is being achieved, putting the industry on the cusp of a major growth spurt.

Concentrating solar technology uses photovoltaic and thermal systems. Photovoltaics turn light directly into electricity. Thermal concentrating solar systems use the concentrated sunlight to create heat. Heat is used to create steam that typically turns a traditional electrical generator turbine.

Table of Contents

Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Solar Executive Summary

  • Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Solar Market Driving Forces
    • Utilities Can Add Concentrated Solar Power Systems Incrementally
    • Worldwide Demand For Energy
    • US, Chinese, and European Solar Companies
    • Impact of High Solar Irradiance
    • Forces Driving Investment in Solar Energy
  • Concentrating Solar Power Market Shares
  • Concentrated Solar Market Forecasts

1. Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Market Description and Market Dynamics

  • 1.1. Sun Abundant Source Of Energy
    • 1.1.1. Solar Energy From the Sun
  • 1.2. Power From the Sun
    • 1.2.1. Solar Energy Supports Worldwide Demand For Electricity
    • 1.2.2. The Solar Solution
  • 1.3. Solar Industry Key Drivers
    • 1.3.1. Demand Driven By The Availability Of Government Economic Incentives
    • 1.3.2. Government Incentives for Solar Power:
    • 1.3.3. Solar Energy Benefits
  • 1.4. Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Technologies
  • 1.5. Sunlight Intensity in Various Regions
    • 1.5.1. Average Solar Irradiance
    • 1.5.2. Global Solar Resources for PV Photovoltaic and CSP Technologies
    • 1.5.3. Sunshine Index
    • 1.5.4. Economics of PV
  • 1.6. Solar Technology
    • 1.6.1. Cost-Competitive Solar
  • 1.7. Utility Power Positioning
    • 1.7.1. Utility Solar Decision Making
  • 1.8. Smart Electric Grid Overhaul: Utility
    • 1.8.1. IBM Smart Grid
    • 1.8.2. U.S. Electric Grid Needs Major Overhaul: Utility
  • 1.9. Competition and Advanced PV Technologies
  • 1.10. Era Of Cheap Energy
    • 1.10.1. Unprecedented Level Of Development Worldwide
    • 1.10.2. Population Increases
  • 1.11. Tackling Climate Change
    • 1.11.1. Greenhouse Gases

2. Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Solar Market Shares and Forecasts

  • 2.1. Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Solar Market Driving Forces
    • 2.1.1. Utilities Can Add Concentrated Solar Power Systems Incrementally
    • 2.1.2. Worldwide Demand For Energy
    • 2.1.3. US, Chinese, and European Solar Companies
    • 2.1.4. Impact of High Solar Irradiance
    • 2.1.5. Forces Driving Investment in Solar Energy
  • 2.2. Concentrating Solar Power Market Shares
    • 2.2.1. Abengoa Solar Commercializes High-Concentration Photovoltaic System
    • 2.2.2. SolFocus
    • 2.2.3. Acciona
    • 2.2.4. Solar Millennium
    • 2.2.5. Solar Millennium
    • 2.2.6. Areva
    • 2.2.7. Areva / Ausra
    • 2.2.8. Alstom
    • 2.2.9. BrightSource Ivanpah
    • 2.2.10. BrightSource Hidden Hills Economic Benefits
    • 2.2.11. Brightsource Energy -
    • 2.2.12. eSolar Concentrated Solar Thermal
    • 2.2.13. eSolar / Google
    • 2.2.14. GE to Invest $40 Million in eSolar
    • 2.2.15. eSolar and GE
    • 2.2.16. Siemens
    • 2.2.17. Siemens / Solel
    • 2.2.18. Boeing / Spectrolab
    • 2.2.19. Boeing / SpectroLab
    • 2.2.20. Solar Reserve Partnered With United Technologies
    • 2.2.21. SolarReserve
    • 2.2.22. Schott
    • 2.2.23. Amonix Financial Flexibility For Utilities Adds Solar Power Systems Incrementally As They Become Needed
    • 2.2.24. Clark Energy Group
    • 2.2.25. Solaflect Energy
    • 2.2.26. Amonix Utility Solar Resources
    • 2.2.27. Masdar Operates Through Five Integrated Units
    • 2.2.28. Masdar PV Production Capacity at Ichtershausen
    • 2.2.29. Masdar PV
    • 2.2.30. Masdar PV Thin-Film Photovoltaics
    • 2.2.31. Masdar PV and Beck Energy Open-Space Solar Park In Germany
    • 2.2.32. ET Solar Grid Connection of a 2.9MW Power Plant in Germany
    • 2.2.33. Beijing Jingyuntong Technology
    • 2.2.34. Companies Offering Fresnel Lens Systems
  • 2.3. Concentrated Solar Market Forecasts
    • 2.3.1. Concentrated Solar Power CSP
  • 2.4. Developing Technologies: Concentrators
    • 2.4.1. Solar Energy Cost-Of-Electricity Analysis
    • 2.4.2. Concentrated Solar Thermal - Segment
    • 2.4.3. Concentrating Solar Power Glass Discussion
    • 2.4.4. Concentrated Solar Power Plants
    • 2.4.5. Concentrating Solar Energy Market Forecast Analysis
    • 2.4.6. Solar-Thermal Power Plant Technology:
  • 2.5. Molten Salt Solar Utility Scale Energy Market Forecast
  • 2.6. Solar Steam Generators
    • 2.6.1. Parabolic Dish Stirling Solar Collectors
    • 2.6.2. Solar Power Tower
  • 2.7. Renewable Energy Growth
    • 2.7.1. Buildings & Solar
  • 2.8. Solar Market Opportunity
  • 2.9. Solar Power Markets
    • 2.9.1. Solar Power Market Shares
    • 2.9.2. Solar Market Forecasts
    • 2.9.3. Grid Parity
    • 2.9.4. Impact of Oil Price on Solar Industry
    • 2.9.5. Outlook for Solar Electricity
    • 2.9.6. Solar Electricity Storage: Thin Film Batteries Complement The Hydrogen Manufacture
  • 2.10. Solar Industry Segment Demand
  • 2.11. Global Solar Resources
  • 2.12. Solar Market Installed Capacity
    • 2.12.1. PV Countries 2010
    • 2.12.2. PV Installations by Technology
    • 2.12.3. PV Installations by Application and Country
  • 2.13. Solar Regional Market Segments
    • 2.13.1. United States Solar Market
    • 2.13.2. Germany, Italy, Spain, France, the United States, Canada, China, India, and Australia provide FiT, Rebates, Tax Incentives, And Other Incentives Subsidies
    • 2.13.3. Australia: Solar Market
    • 2.13.4. China: Solar Market
    • 2.13.5. China' s Insatiable Demand For Energy
    • 2.13.6. Environmental Concerns Continue To Mount
    • 2.13.7. Chinese Concerns About Power Reliability And Energy Security
    • 2.13.8. China' s Energy Policies Are Focused On Fostering Energy And Environmental Conservation
    • 2.13.9. India: Solar Market

3. Concentrating Solar Power (CSP)

  • 3.1. Heliostats
  • 3.2. Abengoa SA
    • 3.2.1. Abengoa Solar Commercial Operation of Solnova 3
    • 3.2.2. Abengoa Solar Concentrating Solar Power
    • 3.2.3. Abengoa Solar Power Tower
    • 3.2.4. Abengoa Solar Operating Scheme For Tower Technology
    • 3.2.5. Abengoa Solar Hybridation and Storage
    • 3.2.6. Abengoa Solar Land Requirement For 20 MW Plants
    • 3.2.7. Abengoa Solar ISCC (Integrated Solar Combined Cycle)
    • 3.2.8. Abengoa Large Scale Solar Plants
  • 3.3. eSolar
    • 3.3.1. eSolar / Google
    • 3.3.2. eSolar Technology
    • 3.3.3. eSolar Products
    • 3.3.4. eSolar Startup in the US Solar Technology Market
  • 3.4. Google Solar Thermal Plant
  • 3.5. BrightSource Energy
    • 3.5.1. BrightSource. Energy / Luz
    • 3.5.2. Brightsource Energy $1.4 Billion In Loan Guarantees From U.S. Department Of Energy
    • 3.5.3. BrightSource Energy Ivanpah Project
    • 3.5.4. BrightSource Energy Luz Power Tower 550 (LPT 550) Technology
    • 3.5.5. Brightsource Energy Reduced Footprint Mitigation For Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System
    • 3.5.6. BrightSource Energy Mirrors
    • 3.5.7. BrightSource Energy Heliostats
    • 3.5.8. BrightSource Energy Heliostat Control System
    • 3.5.9. BrightSource EnergyTower and Boiler
    • 3.5.10. BrightSource Energy Power Block
  • 3.6. Schott
    • 3.6.1. Schott Parabolic Recievers Schott Powered Thermal Parabolic Trough Power
  • 3.7. Areva / Ausra
    • 3.7.1. Areva Strategy
    • 3.7.2. Ausra
  • 3.8. Ausra
    • 3.8.1. Ausra Compact Linear Fresnel Reflector (CLFR)
  • 3.9. Acciona
    • 3.9.1. Acciona
  • 3.10. Concentrating Photovoltiac Systems
  • 3.11. Amonix
    • 3.11.1. Thermax Limited Partners With Amonix
    • 3.11.2. Amonix Manufacturing Facility
    • 3.11.3. Amonix Solar Power Distributed Utility Model
    • 3.11.4. Amonix Financial Flexibility For Utilities: Power Systems Added Incrementally As Needed
    • 3.11.5. Amonix / Thermax
  • 3.12. Entech Solar Energy Hybrid
    • 3.12.1. Entech Collimating Skylight Overview
    • 3.12.2. Entech Inexpensive Fresnel Lenses
    • 3.12.3. Entech Collimating Skylight Overview
    • 3.12.4. Entech Solar SolarVolt™ Module
  • 3.13. Fresnel Lens Systems
  • 3.14. Soitec Group / Concentrix Solar
    • 3.14.1. Soitec Concentrix™ Technology
  • 3.15. Green and Gold Energy / SolarCube
  • 3.16. Emcore
    • 3.16.1. Emcore Supplies Concentrator Solar Cells from Green and Gold Energy
    • 3.16.2. EMCORE Acquires Soliant Energy
  • 3.17. Parabolic Dish Stirling Engine
  • 3.18. Stirling Energy Systems
    • 3.18.1. Stirling Energy Systems
    • 3.18.2. Stirling Energy Systems SunCatcher
    • 3.18.3. Stirling Energy Systems SunCatcher™ Technology
    • 3.18.4. Stirling Energy Systems SunCatcher
  • 3.19. Infinia
    • 3.19.1. Infinia Powerdish
    • 3.19.2. Infinia PowerDish
  • 3.20. SOL3G
    • 3.20.1. SOL3G M40 module
    • 3.20.2. SOL3G Gira-Sol System GS700
  • 3.21. Solergy
    • 4.1.1. Solergy Cogen CPV™
    • 4.1.2. Solergy Solar PV / Concentrated
  • 3.22. SolFocus
    • 3.22.1. SolFocus CPV Systems
  • 3.23. Pacific SolarTech
    • 3.23.1. Pacific SolarTech MicroPV TM Concentrator Photovoltaic Modules
  • 3.24. Whitfield Solar
    • 3.24.1. Whitfield Solar System Solar Panel Two-axis Tracker
  • 3.25. Prism Solar Technologies
    • 4.1.3. Prism Solar Modules
    • 3.25.1. Prism Solar Technologies Dual Aperture Aspect
  • 3.26. EMCORE Concentrator Photovoltaic Arrays (CPV) Solar Power Solutions
    • 3.26.1. Emcore' s Multi- Junction Solar Cell Technology Adapted to Terrestrial Power Generation
    • 3.26.2. Emcore / Soliant / Heliotube
  • 3.27. ZenithSolar Concentrated
    • 3.27.1. Z20 Solar Energy Generator
  • 3.28. Sunrgi Concentrated Photovoltaic System
    • 3.28.1. SUNRGI
    • 3.28.2. Sunrgi Technology
  • 3.29. CoolEarth Solar
    • 3.29.1. CoolEarth Solar Concentrators Focus the Sun
    • 3.29.2. CoolEarth Solar Support System
    • 3.29.3. CoolEarth Solar Balloon Technology
  • 3.30. GreenVolt
    • 3.30.1. GreenVolt Scalable, Reliable, High Performance Solar
  • 3.31. Lateral Aperture Solar Design
  • 3.32. Maxxun
    • 3.32.1. Maxxun PV Cell
  • 3.33. Stellaris
    • 3.33.1. Stellaris ClearPower Modules
  • 3.34. Sol Solution
  • 3.35. H2Go
  • 3.36. Sunengy Liquid Solar Array
    • 3.36.1. Sunengy Liquid Solar Array LSA Technology
    • 3.36.2. Energy Innovations
    • 4.1.4. Energy Innovations Technology
    • 3.36.3. Energy Innovations Advanced Optical Design
    • 3.36.4. Energy Innovations Triple Junction Cells
    • 3.36.5. Energy Innovations 2-Axis Tracking
    • 3.36.6. Energy Innovations Built-in Performance Monitoring
    • 3.36.7. Energy Innovations Low-Profile Design
    • 3.36.8. Energy Innovations Ease of Installation
    • 3.36.9. Energy Innovations Lowest Installed Cost
    • 3.36.10. Energy Innovations Micro-Converter Technology
  • 3.37. Pythagoras Solar
    • 4.1.5. Photovoltaic Glass Unit (PVGU)
  • 3.38. SVV Technology Innovations
    • 3.38.1. SVV Technology Ring - Array Solar Concentrator
    • 3.38.2. SVV Technology Slat - Array Solar Concentrator (SAC)
  • 3.39. Solaflect Energy
    • 3.39.1. Solaflect Energy Hot Water or Electricity
    • 3.39.2. Solaflect Energy Hot Water
    • 3.39.3. Solaflect Energy Electricity
  • 3.40. Concentrating Thermal Systems
  • 3.41. AORA
    • 4.1.6. AORA Technology
  • 3.42. Beam Down Solar
  • 3.43. BrightSource
    • 3.43.1. BrightSource Ivanpah
    • 3.43.2. BrightSource Energy Solar Energy Development Center
    • 3.43.3. BrightSource Energy Hidden Hills
  • 3.44. Solargenix
    • 3.44.1. Solargenix Nevada Solar One, a 64-Megawatt (MW) Solar Electric Power Plant Project
  • 3.45. Solucar
  • 3.46. Sopogy
  • 3.47. Biomass / Solar Concentrated
  • 3.48. Andersen Manufacturing
  • 3.49. Spain Plugs In World' s Largest Solar Tower
  • 3.50. Parabolic Trough Technology
    • 3.50.1. Abengoa Solar Parabolic Trough
    • 3.50.2. Abengoa Solar Concentrating Solar Power Requirements
  • 3.51. Flagsol
  • 3.52. SkyFuel
  • 3.53. HelioDynamics
  • 3.54. Practical Solar
  • 3.55. GreenShift'
  • 3.56. Menova Energy
  • 3.57. AXT
  • 3.58. AzurSpace
  • 3.59. Boeing / SpectroLab
    • 3.59.1. Spectrolab
    • 3.59.2. Boeing Satellite Solar-Cell Technology
  • 3.60. Spire Semiconductor, LLC
  • 3.61. Masdar PV
    • 3.61.1. Masdar PV Modules Amorphous Modules
    • 3.61.2. Masdar PV Micromorph Modules
  • 3.62. Solar Thermal
  • 3.63. Solar Millennium
    • 3.63.1. Solar Millennium Salts To Replace Oil In Parabolic Trough Power Plants
  • 3.64. Intersolar North America
  • 3.65. United Technologies
    • 3.65.1. United Technologies / Hamilton Sundstrand / SolarReserve
    • 3.65.2. United Technologies Hamilton Sundstrand Unit
    • 3.65.3. United Technologies Hamilton Sundstrand
    • 3.65.4. United Technologies / Hamilton Sundstrand / SolarReserve Power Towers
    • 3.65.5. United Technologies / Hamilton Sundstrand / SolarReserve
    • 3.65.6. United Technologies / Hamilton Sundstrand / SolarReserve
    • 3.65.7. United Technologies / Hamilton Sundstrand / SolarReserve
    • 3.65.8. Rocketdyne / SolarReserve
    • 3.65.9. Solar Thermal With Molten Salt Energy Storage: SolarReserve Heads to Nevada
    • 3.65.10. Solar Reserve Partnered With United Technologies
  • 3.66. Siemens Energy Sector / Renewable Energy Division
    • 3.66.1. Siemens Solar-Thermal Power Plant
    • 3.66.2. Siemens Global Market Leader For Turbines In Solar Thermal Parabolic Trough Power Plants
    • 3.66.3. Siemens Solar-Thermal Power Plant: Putting the Desert to Use
    • 3.66.4. Siemens 123-MW Steam Turbine-Generator For Solar Thermal Power Plant In California
    • 3.66.5. Siemens Solar Efficiency
    • 3.66.6. Siemens Next-Generation Solar UVAC Receiver Increases Thermal Output Of Power Plants
    • 3.66.7. Siemens
  • 3.67. Asahi Glass
    • 3.67.1. Asahi Glass Flexible Solar Cells
  • 3.68. GE
  • 3.69. Hitachi
  • 3.70. Solar Thermal Water Heating Units
    • 3.70.1. Zing Solar Water Heating
    • 3.70.2. Vajra Plus Solar Water Heating
    • 3.70.3. Hotmax Nova Solar Heating
    • 3.70.4. TATA BP Solar Business Energy
  • 3.71. Daqo New Energy Solar Module
  • 3.72. Dyesol DSC Applications Designs In BIPV
  • 3.73. JinkoSolar Value Chain
    • 3.73.1. JinkoSolar Product Traceability Control
    • 3.73.2. JinkoSolar High Efficiency Modules
    • 3.73.3. JinkoSolar High Efficiency Cells
    • 3.73.4. JinkoSolar High Quality Wafers
    • 3.73.5. JinkoSolar Advanced Technology

4. Concentrating Solar Systems Strategy, Technology, and Applications

  • 4.1. Types of PV Systems
  • 4.2. Concentrating Solar Power
  • 4.3. Solar Reflectors
    • 4.3.1. Semiconductors Absorb Light
    • 4.3.2. How Solar Energy Works
    • 4.3.3. Connecting to the Grid:
    • 4.3.4. SunEdison' s Approach:
    • 4.3.5. Solar Electricity
  • 4.4. Entech Solar Collimator ™ Technology
  • 4.5. CSP Used To Produce Electricity
    • 4.5.1. Parabolic Trough
    • 4.5.2. Solar-Thermal Power Plant Technology:
  • 4.6. Parabolic Dish Stirling Solar Collectors
  • 4.7. Solar Power Tower
  • 4.8. Fresnel Lenses
    • 4.8.1. Fresnel Reflectors
  • 4.9. Pacific Solartech Concentrator Photovoltaic Modules Technology
  • 4.10. BrightSource Energy LPT Solar Thermal Energy System
    • 4.10.1. BrightSource' s LPT solar thermal system Heliostats
    • 4.10.2. BrightSource Solar Receiver (Boiler)
    • 4.10.3. BrightSource Storage
    • 4.10.4. BrightSource Technology

5. Concentrating Solar Energy Company Profiles

  • 5.1. Abengoa Solar
    • 5.1.1. Abengoa Solana: The World' s Largest Solar Plant
    • 5.1.2. Abengoa Solar
    • 5.1.3. Abengoa Solar Concentrating Solar Power
    • 5.1.4. Abengoa Solar Photovoltaic
    • 5.1.5. Abengoa Solar Customized Industrial and Commercial Applications
    • 5.1.6. Abengoa Research and Development of Solar Technology
    • 5.1.7. Abengoa Solar Commercializes High-Concentration Photovoltaic System
    • 5.1.8. Joint Venture Between Masdar (60%), Total (20%) and Abengoa (20%) Shams-1 Solar Project
    • 5.1.9. Abengoa
    • 5.1.10. Abengoa and Climate Change 5.2 Acciona Solar Power
    • 5.2.1. Acciona Sustainability
    • 5.2.2. Acciona U.S. Projects
    • 5.2.3. Acciona Canadian Projects
    • 5.2.4. Acciona Energa, s.a.
    • 5.2.5. Acciona World Leader In Renewables
    • 5.2.6. Acciona (Navarre, Spain)
    • 5.2.7. Ten Entities Finance Acciona' s Eurus Windpark In Mexico With Usd375m
    • 5.2.8. Acciona Energy Wind Parks in Mexico
    • 5.2.9. Acciona And Dhamma Energy Sign An Agreement To Develop 250 Mw Of Photovoltaic Power In France
    • 5.2.10 Acciona Financial Information
    • 5.2.11. Acciona2009 Revenue Results
    • 5.2.12. Acciona Business strategy
    • 5.2.13. Acciona Project Development
    • 5.2.14. Acciona Exploitation And Sale Of Power
    • 5.2.15. Acciona Wind Energy
    • 5.2.16. Acciona Production
    • 5.2.17. Acciona Photovoltaic
    • 5.2.18. Acciona Other Facilities
    • 5.2.19. Acciona Solar Thermal Power
    • 5.2.20. AccionaFour Plants in Spain
    • 5.2.21. Acciona Installations for Customers
    • 5.2.22. Acciona Hydropower
  • 5.3. Andersen Manufacturing
  • 5.4. Applied Materials
    • 5.4.1. Applied Materials Segment Analysis
    • 5.4.2. Applied Materials Silicon Segment
    • 5.4.3. Applied Three-Dimensional (3D) ICs
    • 5.4.4. Applied Materials Deposition
    • 5.4.5. Applied Materials Atomic Layer Deposition
    • 5.4.6. Applied Materials Chemical Vapor Deposition
    • 5.4.7. Applied Materials Applied Producer CVD Platform
    • 5.4.8. Applied Materials Low k Dielectric Films
    • 5.4.9. Applied Materials Lithography-Enabling Solutions
    • 5.4.10. Applied Materials Gap Fill Films
    • 5.4.11. Applied Materials Strain Engineering Solutions
    • 5.4.12. Applied Materials Epitaxial Deposition
    • 5.4.13. Applied Materials Polysilicon Deposition
    • 5.4.14. Applied Materials Tungsten Deposition
    • 5.4.15. Applied Materials Physical Vapor Deposition
    • 5.4.16. Applied Materials Etch
    • 5.4.17. Applied Materials Rapid Thermal Processing
    • 5.4.18. Applied Materials Chemical Mechanical Planarization
    • 5.4.19. Applied Materials Metrology and Wafer Inspection
    • 5.4.20. Applied Materials Critical Dimension and Defect Review Scanning Electron Microscopes (CD-SEMs and DR-SEMs)
    • 5.4.21. Applied Materials Wafer Inspection
    • 5.4.22. Applied Materials Mask Making
    • 5.4.23. Applied Materials Display Segment
    • 5.4.24. Applied Global Services Segment
    • 5.4.25. Applied Materials Fab Services
    • 5.4.26. Applied Films Vacuum Coating Technologies
    • 5.4.27. Applied Materials Energy and Environmental Solutions Segment
  • 5.5. AORA
    • 5.5.1. AORA (formerly EDIG Solar) Belongs To The EDIG Group Of Companies
  • 5.6. Areva / Ausra
    • 5.6.1. AREVA Leads Global Nuclear Power Industry
    • 5.6.2. Areva Ranked First In The Global Nuclear Power Industry
    • 5.6.3. Areva / Ausra
    • 5.6.4. Areva Group
    • 5.6.5. An Organization Combining Operational Decentralization And Global Coordination
    • 5.6.6. Areva Power Generation With Less Carbon Solutions
    • 5.6.7. Areva Fundamentals Of A World Leader In Energy
    • 5.6.8. AREVA Key Figures for 2010
    • 5.6.9. AREVA Group
    • 5.6.10. AREVA Mining-Front End Business Groups -One Of The Leaders In Its Field
    • 5.6.11. AREVA Reactors and Services, Number 1 in the World
    • 5.6.12. AREVA Back End Activities, A Major Technological And Industrial Advance
    • 5.6.13. Renewable Energy, a Major Challenge
    • 5.6.14. Revenue
  • 5.7. Asahi Glass Co Ltd
    • 5.7.1. Asahi Glass Fuel Cell
    • 5.7.2. Asahi Glass Fuel Cells Close To Practical Use
    • 5.7.3. Asahi Glass Fuel Cells In Daily Life In 2010
    • 5.7.4. Asahi Glass Chemicals Business as Core Business to the AGC Group
    • 5.7.5. Asahi Glass ETFE Film With High Transparency And Flexibility
    • 5.7.6. AGC Asahi GlassRevenue
    • 5.7.7. Asahi Glass Revenue
  • 5.8. AZUR SPACE Solar Power
  • 5.9. Battelle
  • 5.10. BrightSource Energy
    • 5.10.1. BrightSource. Energy / Luz
    • 5.10.2. BrightSource Energy $1.4 billion In Loan Guarantees From The U.S. Department of Energy
    • 5.10.3. BrightSource Energy Ivanpah Project: Clean Energy, Union Jobs, Environmentally-Responsible
    • 5.10.4. BrightSource Energy Luz Power Tower 550 (LPT 550) Technology
    • 5.10.5. Brightsource Energy $150 Million Of Equity Financing
    • 5.10.6. BrightSource Energy
    • 5.10.7. BrightSource Investors
    • 5.10.8. BrightSource Energy Hiddens Hills Solar Electric Generating System
    • 5.10.9. BrightSource Hidden Hills Economic Benefits
  • 5.11. Boeing
    • 5.11.1. Boeing 787 Dreamliner
    • 5.11.2. Boeing 787 Dreamliner Performance
    • 5.11.3. Boeing Advanced Technology
    • 5.11.4. Boeing Participation In Commercial Jet Aircraft Market
    • 5.11.5. Boeing Participation In Defense Industry Jet Aircraft Market
    • 5.11.6. Boeing Defense, Space & Security
    • 5.11.7. Boeing Advanced Military Aircraft:
    • 5.11.8. Boeing Military Aircraft
    • 5.11.9. Boeing Continuing Progress
    • 5.11.10. Boeing-iRobot Team Receives New SUGV Task Order From US Army
    • 5.11.11. Boeing Company/ Spectrolab,
  • 5.12. Cool Earth Solar
    • 5.12.1. Cool Earth Solar Expands Operations
  • 5.13. Corning
    • 5.13.1. Corning Display Technologies Segment
    • 5.13.2. Corning Revenue
    • 5.13.3. Corning Display Technologies Segment
    • 5.13.4. Corning Telecommunications Segment
    • 5.13.5. Corning Environmental Technologies Segment
    • 5.13.6. Corning Specialty Materials Segment
    • 5.13.7. Corning Life Sciences Segment
  • 5.14. Directed Vapor Technology
    • 5.14.1. Directed Vapor Deposition Next Generation Coating Technology
  • 5.15. du Pont
    • 5.15.1. DuPont
    • 5.15.2. DuPont™ Kapton®
    • 5.15.3. DuPont™ Kapton® Polyimide Films
    • 5.15.4. DuPont Teonex
  • 5.16. Emcore
    • 5.16.1. Fiber Optics
    • 5.16.2. Cable Television (CATV) and Fiber-To-The-Premise (FTTP) Networks
    • 5.16.3. Telecommunications Networks
    • 5.16.4. Data Communications Networks
    • 5.16.5. Satellite Communications Networks
    • 5.16.6. Storage Area Networks
    • 5.16.7. Emcore Defense and Homeland Security
    • 5.16.8. Photovoltaics: EMCORE Photovoltaics and Solar Power
    • 5.16.9. Emcore Acquires CPV Soliant
  • 5.17. Energy Innovations
  • 5.18. WorldWater & Solar Technologies / Entech Solar
    • 5.18.1. WorldWater & Solar Technologies / Entech
    • 5.18.2. Entech Solar Certification of Daylighting Product
    • 5.18.3. Energy Focus / Entech Solar Commercial Skylighting Distribution Agreement
  • 5.19. eSolar
    • 5.19.1. eSolar Investors
    • 5.19.2. GE to Invest $40 Million in eSolar
    • 5.19.3. eSolar Awards
  • 5.20. ET Solar
    • 5.20.1. ET Solar Corporate Vision
    • 5.20.2. ET Solar Modules Adopted in a UK Commercial Rooftop Project
    • 5.20.3. ET Solar / Zep Compatible Modules for Rooftop PV Systems
    • 5.20.4. ET Solar Grid Connection of a 2.9MW Power Plant in Germany
  • 5.21. GE Energy
    • 5.21.1. GE Steam Turbines to Boost Output, Efficiency of Saudi Electricity Company' s Qurayyah Power Plant
    • 5.21.2. GE Emissions Testing Team Becomes Early Adopter of Future EPA Standards
    • 5.21.3. GE Smart Grid Technologies Transform Ireland' s Energy
  • 5.22. Green and Gold Energy / SunCube™ International Group (SCIG)
  • 5.23. GreenVolts
    • 5.23.1. GreenVolts Global Cleantech 100 Clean Technology Company
  • 5.24. Hitachi
    • 5.24.1. Hitachi America
    • 5.24.2. Hitachi America, Ltd. Focusing On Smart Grid Energy Storage for Solar Farms
    • 5.24.3. Hitachi Long Life Lead Acid Batteries
  • 5.25. Infinia
  • 5.26. Mubadala / Masdar
    • 5.26.1. Masdar Operates Through Five Integrated Units
    • 5.26.2. Masdar PV
    • 5.26.3. Masdar Initiative
    • 5.26.4. Masdar PV Production Capacity at Ichtershausen
    • 5.26.5. Masdar PV and Raabvill Kft. Build Solar Parks With Full Size Modules
    • 5.26.6. Masdar PV and Beck Energy Open-Space Solar Park In Germany
  • 5.27. Pacific Solar Tech
  • 5.28. Prism Solar Technologies
  • 5.29. Pythagoras Solar
    • 5.29.1. Prism Solar Technologies BIPV
    • 5.29.2. Pythagoras Solar Solution
  • 5.30. Schott
    • 5.30.1. Schott Electronic Packaging Gmbh
    • 5.30.2. Schott AgFlat Glass
    • 5.30.3. Schott Technological Competence
    • 5.30.4. SCHOTT Solar Global presence
    • 5.30.5. SCHOTT Solar Photovoltaics (PV) Business Division
    • 5.30.6. SCHOTT Solar 2008 - Hospital Ward In Senegal
    • 5.30.7. SCHOTT Light for Tanzania
    • 5.30.8. SCHOTT Solar PV and Consolidated Solar Technologies Inaugurate Photovoltaic Solar Installation at Moriarty High School
    • 5.30.9. SCHOTT Solar Black Frame Modules
    • 5.30.10. SCHOTT Solar comes out on top in PV+ Test Conducted by Solarpraxis and TUV Rheinland
  • 5.31. SEIA:
  • 5.32. Siemens
    • 5.32.1. Siemens Business Areas
    • 5.32.2. Siemens Steam Turbine-Generator to England - Delivery Scheduled In 13 Months
    • 5.32.3. Siemens Energy Sector
    • 5.32.4. Siemens / Solel
    • 5.32.5. Siemens Wind Power A/S
    • 5.32.6. Siemens Fossil Power Generation
    • 5.32.7. Siemens Renewable Energy Revenue and Orders
    • 5.32.8. Siemens Regional Revenue
    • 5.32.9. Siemens Revenue
    • 5.32.10. Siemens' Worldwide Network
  • 5.33. Sol3G
  • 5.34. Solaflect Energy
    • 5.34.1. Solargenix Energy, LLC
    • 5.34.2. Solaflect Energy Non-Tracking Evacuated Tube Collectors
    • 5.34.3. Solaflect Energy Solar Trough Power Plants
    • 5.34.4. Solaflect Energy Desalination
  • 5.35. Solergy
    • 5.35.1. Solergy Building Integrated CPV (BICPV) Solution for Greenhouses And To Cultivate Roses
  • 5.36. SolFocus
    • 5.36.1. SolFocus CPV System Leverages Panel Technology and Optimizes Large-Scale Deployments
    • 5.36.2. SolFocus
    • 5.36.3. SolFocus Low Lifecycle Greenhouse Gas Intensity
    • 5.36.4. No Water Consumption
    • 5.36.5. SolFocus Less Disruption of the Land and Local Ecosystem
    • 5.36.6. CPV technology:
    • 5.36.7. SolFocus Partners with Bechtel to Deliver Renewable Power for California Agribusiness
    • 5.36.8. SolFocus and Vision Electro Mechanical Company to Build the Largest Solar Power Plant of its Kind in Saudi Arabia
  • 5.37. Solitec / Concentrix Solar
    • 5.37.1. Soitec Concentrix™ Technology
  • 5.38. Solar Millennium
    • 5.38.1. Solar Millennium Revenue First Half Of The Fiscal Year
    • 5.38.2. Solar Millennium AG: Solar-Thermal Power Plant Technology:
  • 5.39. Solyndra Shut The Doors To Its California Headquarters
    • 5.39.1. Solyndra: The Rooftop Solar Leader
  • 5.40. Sol Solutions
  • 5.41. Stellaris
  • 5.42. Stirling Energy Systems
    • 5.42.1. Stirling Energy Systems SunCatcherTM Technology
  • 5.43. Sunengy Liquid Solar Array
  • 5.44. Sunrgi
  • 5.45. SVV Technology Innovations
  • 5.46. Trans-Mediterranean Renewable Energy Cooperation (TREC)
    • 5.46.1. TREC-UK
  • 5.47. United Technologies / SolarReserve
    • 5.47.1. United Technologies
    • 5.47.2. United Technologies / Hamilton Sundstrand
    • 5.47.3. Hamilton Sundstrand Technologically Advanced Aerospace And Industrial Products
    • 5.47.4. United Technologies Revenue
  • 5.48. Whitfield Solar
    • 5.48.1. Whitfield CPV- The Power To Progress
  • 5.49. Whole Energy Solar
  • 5.50. Zenith Solar
    • 5.50.1. ZenithSolar Values
    • 5.50.2. ZenithSolar Strengths
    • 5.50.3. ZenithSolar to Build Two 10 MW CHP Solar Stations in Gansu, China
  • 5.51. Three US Solar Companies Go Bankrupt

List of Tables and Figures

Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Executive Summary

  • Table ES-1: Solar Market Growth Key Factors Driving Demand
  • Figure ES-2: Average Solar Irradiance
  • Table ES-3: Forces Driving Investment in Concentrating Solar Energy
  • Figure ES-4: Concentrating Solar Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010
  • Figure ES-5: Concentrated Solar Power Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2011-2017

Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Market Description and Market Dynamics

  • Figure 1-1: Global Primary Energy Scenario
  • Table 1-2: Solar Fosters Energy Independence
  • Figure 1-3: Solar Panel Azimuth Angle and Magnetic Declination
  • Figure 1-4: Average Solar Irradiance
  • Figure 1-5: Global Solar Resources for PV Photovoltaic and CSP Technologies
  • Figure 1-6: Regional Power Output Levels Per kw Of Generation Using GE Solar Electric Power Systems
  • Figure 1-7: Map of Solar Electricity Potential In Europe
  • Figure 1-8: Sunshine Index, U.S.
  • Figure 1-9: US Average Daily Solar Energy Received By A Latitude Tilt Photovoltaic Cell
  • Table 1-10: Sustainable Solar Energy Market Aspects
  • Figure 1-11: Driving Forces for Climate Change
  • Table 1-12: International Energy Agency Forecasts for 2030
  • Table 1-13: Importance of Energy Management

Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Market Shares and Market Forecasts

  • Table 2-1: Solar Market Growth Key Factors Driving Demand
  • Figure 2-2: Average Solar Irradiance
  • Table 2-3: Forces Driving Investment in Concentrating Solar Energy
  • Figure 2-4: Concentrating Solar Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010
  • Table 2-5: Concentrating Solar Energy Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010
  • Table 2-6: Solargenix Energy, LLC Nevada One
  • Figure 2-7: Concentrated Solar Power Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2011-2017
  • Table 2-8: Concentrated Solar Market Forecasts, Dollars and Megawatts, Worldwide, 2011-2017
  • Figure 2-9: Concentrating Solar Power
  • Figure 2-10: Parabolic Trough CSP System
  • Figure 2-11: Molten Salt Storage Receiver Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2010-2016
  • Table 2-12: Solar Power Thermal Market Shipment Forecasts, Molten Salt Storage Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2010-2016
  • Table 2-13: Solar Power Thermal Market Shipment Forecasts, Molten Salt Storage Units, Worldwide, 2010-2016
  • Table 2-14: Solar BIPV Advantages:
  • Table 2-15: Solar Panel Megawatts Shipped Market Shares, Worldwide, 2009 and 2010
  • Figure 2-16: Solar Panel and Systems Market Shares, Dollars, 2010
  • Table 2-17: Solar Energy Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010
  • Figure 2-18: Solar Panel and Systems Markets Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017
  • Table 2-19: Solar Crystalline Silicon, Thin Film, Concentrated Power Market Segments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017
  • Table 2-20: Solar Market Segments MegaWatts, Worldwide, 2011-2017
  • Figure 2-21: First Solar Module Roadmap to Grid Parity
  • Table 2-22: Solar Crystalline Silicon, Thin Film, Concentrated Power Market Segments, Percent, Worldwide, 2011-2017
  • Figure 2-23: Solar Industry Dollars to Megawatts Ratio, Worldwide, Forecasts, 2010-2017
  • Figure 2-24: Solar Industry Dollars to Megawatts Ratio, Forecasts, 2010-2017
  • Table 2-25: Solar Market Segments MegaWatts and Dollars Comparison, Worldwide, 2011-2017
  • Table 2-26: Electrical Storage Mechanisms
  • Figure 2-27: Global Solar Resources for PV Photovoltaic and CSP Technologies
  • Table 2-28: Solar Panel and Systems Regional Market Segments, 2010
  • Table 2-29: Risks Related to Doing Business in China

Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Product Description

  • Figure 3-1: Abengoa SA Solar Positioning
  • Figure 3-2: Abengoa SA Solar Parabolic Trough
  • Figure 3-3: Abengoa SA Solar Parabolic Trough ISCC
  • Figure 3-4: Abengoa SA Solar Parabolic Trough
  • Figure 3-5: Abengoa SA Solar Parabolic
  • Figure 3-6: Abengoa Solar Radiation Concentration
  • Figure 3-7: Abengoa Solar Concentrating Power
  • Figure 3-8: Abengoa Solar Tower Systems Create A Heliostat Field Comprised Of Movable Mirrors
  • Table 3-9: Abengoa Solar Operating Scheme For Tower Technology
  • Figure 3-10: Abengoa Solar Towers
  • Table 3-11: Abengoa Solar Tower Technology Plant Requirements
  • Figure 3-12: Abengoa Solar Tower Technology
  • Figure 3-13: Abengoa Solar Land Requirements
  • Table 3-14: Abengoa Solar Solar Tower Basic Requirements
  • Figure 3-15: Abengoa Solar Independent Projects
  • Figure 3-16: BrightSource Energy Mirrors
  • Figure 3-17: BrightSource Energy Heliostats
  • Figure 3-18: BrightSource Energy Heliostat Control System
  • Table 3-19: BrightSource Energy Control System Functions
  • Table 3-20: BrightSource Energy Control System Conditions Controlled
  • Figure 3-21: BrightSource EnergyTower and Boiler
  • Figure 3-22: BrightSource Energy Power Block
  • Table 3-23: SCHOTT POLY® PV Modules Key Advantages:
  • Table 3-24: Ausra Rows Of Mirrors Advantages
  • Figure 3-25: Ausra Mirror Reflectors
  • Figure 3-26: Ausra Long Rows of Fresnel Reflector Mirrors
  • Figure 3-27: Acciona Solar Power
  • Figure 3-28: Acciona Solar Power Modules
  • Figure 3-29: Acciona Solar Mirrors
  • Figure 3-30: Amonix Utility CPV Module Pods
  • Table 3-31: Entech Modules
  • Figure 3-32: Entech Solar Energy Hybrid Tubular Skylight Lighting
  • Figure 3-33: Entech Solar Concentrator
  • Table 3-34: Entech Solar Concentrator Benefits:
  • Table 3-35: Soitec Solar Energy Solutions Advantages
  • Figure 3-36: Green and Gold Energy / SolarCube
  • Table 3-37: Green and Gold Energy SolarCube Power Generation
  • Figure 3-38: Solient To Leverage EMCORE' s Highly-Efficient Solar
  • Figure 3-39: Emcore Concentrating Solar Specifications
  • Figure 3-40: Emcore Concentrating Solar
  • Figure 3-41: Stirling Energy Systems Suncatcher Mirror and Power Conversion
  • Figure 3-42: Stirling Energy Systems Suncatcher
  • Figure 3-43: Stirling Energy Systems Dish Engine
  • Figure 3-44: SOL3G M40 Module
  • Figure 3-45: SOL3G Gira-Sol System
  • Table 3-46: Solergy CPV Unique Attributes:
  • Table 3-47: Solergy Cogen CPV™ Variety Of Applications
  • Figure 3-48: SolFocus CPV Systems
  • Table 3-49: SolFocus CPV Power Unit
  • Table 3-50: SolFocus CPV Panel
  • Table 3-51: SolFocus Dual Axis Tracker
  • Table 3-52: SolFocus CPV System Benefits
  • Figure 3-53: Pacific SolarTech
  • Table 3-54: Pacific SolarTech MicroPV Concentrator Photovoltaic Module Benefits
  • Table 3-55: Whitfield Solar System Functions
  • Table 3-56: Whitfield Solar Concentrator Solution Target Markets
  • Table 3-57: Whitfield Solar Concentrator Solution Positioning
  • Table 3-58: Whitfield Solar System Solar Panel Two-Axis Tracker
  • Table 3-59: Whitfield Solar System Frame
  • Table 3-60: Whitfield Solar System Power Troughs
  • Table 3-61: Whitfield Solar System Mounting System
  • Table 3-62: Whitfield Solar System Mounting System
  • Figure 3-63: Prism Solar Technologies Modules
  • Figure 3-64: Emcore Lens Solar Concentration
  • Figure 3-65: Emcore Multi-Junction Solar Cell
  • Figure 3-66: Z20 Solar Concentrator CHP Solar Energy Generator
  • Table 3-67: Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Generation Benefits
  • Table 3-68: Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Generation Features
  • Table 3-69: Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Generation Applications
  • Figure 3-70: Zenith Solar Device Concentrates The Light A Thousand Times
  • Table 3-71: Sunrgi Solar Concentrator Functions
  • Figure 3-72: CoolEarth Solar Inflated, Balloon-Shaped Concentrators
  • Table 3-73: GreenVolt Concentrated Solar Functions
  • Figure 3-74: Sunengy Liquid Solar Array LSA Technology
  • Figure 3-75: Energy Innovations Sunflower
  • Table 3-76: Energy Innovations Sunflower Systems Functions
  • Table 3-77: Energy Innovations Sunflower Systems Features
  • Table 3-78: Energy Innovations Sunflower Systems Functions Micro-Converter Technology Performance Monitoring High Concentration
  • Figure 3-79: Pythagoras Solar PVGU Reflectors
  • Table 3-80: Pythagoras Solar PVGU Features & Benefits
  • Figure 3-81: SVV Technology Ring - Array Solar Concentrator
  • Figure 3-82: SVV Technology Slat - Array Solar Concentrator (SAC)
  • Table 3-83: Solaflect Energy Hot Water Features
  • Figure 3-84: Solaflect Energy Hot Water System
  • Figure 3-85: BrightSource Installation
  • Table 3-86: BrightSource Ivanpah Project Overview
  • Table 3-87: BrightSource Ivanpah Projects
  • Figure 3-88: BrightSource Energy Ivanpah
  • Table 3-89: BrightSource Energy Hidden Hills Overview Fact Sheet
  • Figure 3-90: BrightSource Energy Hidden Hills Project
  • Figure 3-91: Solargenix Energy Multi-megawatt Solar Power Plants For The Kramer Junction Facility in California
  • Table 3-92: Solargenix Energy, LLC Nevada One
  • Figure 3-93: Andersen Manufacturing Satellite Antennae Useful Model for Concentrating Solar Dish
  • Table 3-94: Abengoa Solar Operating Scheme For Parabolic Trough
  • Table 3-95: Abengoa Solar Main Components For Parabolic Trough Technology
  • Table 3-96: Abengoa Solar Parabolic Trough Reflector
  • Table 3-97: Abengoa Solar Receiver Tube Or Heat Collection Element:
  • Table 3-98: Abengoa Solar Untracking and Support Structure System
  • Table 3-99: Abengoa Solar Parabolic Trough Models:
  • Figure 3-100: Abengoa Solar Concentrating Solar Power
  • Table 3-101: Abengoa Solar Trough. Technology Variables To Be Analyzed When Defining An Installation
  • Figure 3-102: Abengoa Solar Land Requirements for 100 MW Plants
  • Figure 3-103: Abengoa Solar Individual Parabolic Trough Collector Modules Attached Together
  • Table 3-104: Abengoa Concentrating Solar Power Trough Specifications
  • Figure 3-105: Masdar PV modules
  • Figure 3-106: Masdar PV Thin-film Modules
  • Table 3-107: Masdar PV Modules Quality and Performance Aspects
  • Table 3-108: Masdar PV Micromorph Thin-Film Solar Modules Quality and Performance
  • Table 3-109: Masdar PV Micromorph Thin-Film Solar Modules Production Lines
  • Figure 3-110: Solar Millennium Provides Parabolic Tough Technology Able To Provide A Turnkey Solution
  • Figure 3-111: Molten Salt As Solar Heat Battery
  • Figure 3-112: Siemens Solar-Thermal Power Plant:Putting the Desert to Use
  • Figure 3-113: Siemens Turbines for Solar Thermal Parabolic Trough
  • Table 3-114: Siemens CSP Solar Receiver (Universal Vacuum Air Collector UVAC 2010) Features
  • Figure 3-115: Asahi Glass Solar Curve Factor
  • Figure 3-116: Asahi Glass Textured Finish To Solar Panel
  • Figure 3-117: GE10 MW Solar Park Caceres, Spain 2008
  • Table 3-118: Daqo New Energy Module Characteristics
  • Figure 3-119: JinkoSolar Produces Ingots, Wafers, Cells, and Modules

Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Technology

  • Table 4-1: Types of PV Systems:
  • Figure 4-2: Photovoltaic PV Theoretical Limits
  • Figure 4-3: Abengoa Solar Radiation Concentration
  • Figure 4-4: Abengoa Solar Tower Technology
  • Figure 4-5: Abengoa Solar Land Requirements
  • Figure 4-6: Abengoa Solar Concentrating Power
  • Table 4-7: Abengoa Solar Operating Scheme For Parabolic Trough
  • Table 4-8: Abengoa Solar Parabolic Trough Models:
  • Figure 4-9: Solar Reflector System
  • Table 4-10: Pacific SolarTech Concentrator Photovoltaic Modules Technology

Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Company Profiles

  • Figure 5-1: Abengoa Building of Solana
  • Figure 5-2: Abengoa International Presence
  • Table 5-3: Abengoa Solar Commitment to Solar Energy
  • Figure 5-4: Abengoa Solar Global Presence
  • Figure 5-5: Abengoa Solar Power PlantsPS10 Heliostats Construction
  • Table 5-6: Abengoa Solar Promotion, Construction, and Operation
  • Figure 5-7: Abengoa Solar Types of Solar Power
  • Table 5-8: 5-Abengoa Solar R&D
  • Figure 5-9: 5-Abengoa Solar and City Council of SanLucar la MayorPS10 In OperationBeside=S Ps20 Under Construction
  • Table 5-10: 5-Abengoa Solar Project Activities
  • Figure 5-11: 5-Abengoa International Presence
  • Figure 5-12: 5-Abengoa Projects in Spain
  • Figure 5-13: 5-Abengoa US Projects and Presence
  • Figure 5-14: 5-Abengoa Algeria Projects and Presence
  • Figure 5-15: 5-Abengoa Algeria Siting
  • Figure 5-16: 5-Abengoa Moroco Projects and Presence
  • Figure 5-17: 5-Abengoa Moroccan Firm ONE Projects
  • Table 5-18: 5-ACCIONABusiness Divisions
  • Figure 5-19: 5-Acciona' s Nevada Solar One Project
  • Figure 5-20 5-Acciona Wind Towers
  • Table 5-21: Acciona Three Lines Of Business
  • Table 5-22: Acciona Range Of Renewable Energy Sources
  • Table 5-23: Wind Power Capacity Installed By Acciona Energy By Country, 2009
  • Table 5-24: Photovoltaic Capacity Installed By Acciona Solar (MWp)
  • Table 5-25: CSP Plants Operated by Acciona Energy
  • Table 5-26: Hydropower capacity owned by Acciona Energy in Spain
  • Table 5-27: Acciona Divisions
  • Figure 5-28: Asahi Glass Transparent Conductive Film Glass Substrates
  • Figure 5-29: Asahi Glass Fuel Cell
  • Figure 5-30: AGC Asahi Glass Ecoglass Sun Balance
  • Figure 5-31: AGC Asahi Glass Comparison Between Ordinary Windshield and Coolverre
  • Figure 5-32: AGC Asahi Glass Effects of Coolverre
  • Figure 5-33: Asahi Glass Revenue
  • Figure 5-34: Asahi Glass Sales Ratios
  • Figure 5-35: AGC Asahi Glass New Glass Products
  • Figure 5-36: AGC Asahi Glass New Glass Products
  • Figure 5-37: Asahi Glass Segments
  • Figure 5-38: Asahi Glass Sales
  • Figure 5-39: Asahi Glass Performance Trends
  • Figure 5-40: Asahi Glass Growth Positioning
  • Figure 5-41: Asahi Glass Production Technologies
  • Table 3-42: BrightSource Projects
  • Figure 5-43: BrightSource Investors
  • Table 5-44: Boeing Military Aircraft Key programs
  • Table 5-45: Boeing Unmanned Airborne Systems:
  • Table 5-46: Boeing Weapons:
  • Figure 5-47: Directed Vapor Technology
  • Figure 5-48: DuPont Photovoltaic Encapsulant Functions
  • Figure 5-49: DuPont Photovoltaic Encapsulants
  • Table 5-50: DuPont Kapton® Features:
  • Table 5-51: DuPont Technical Data for Standard Kapton® Polyimide Film
  • Table 5-52: DuPont Teonex
  • Figure 5-53: Emcore Gen3 CPV Installation on Maui, Hawaii
  • Figure 5-54: Emcore Headquarters
  • Figure 5-55: Emcore Solar Cell
  • Table 5-56: Emcore' s Solutions
  • Table 5-57: Markets Served by Emcore' s Fiber Optics Segment
  • Table 5-58: Emcore' s CATV and FTTP Products
  • Table 5-59: Parallel Optical Transceiver Product Family
  • Table 5-60: Emcore' s Optical Components and Modules for Data Applications
  • Figure 5-61: Energy Innovations Sunflower
  • Table 5-62: Green and Gold Energy / Suncube Exclusive Licensed States And Countries:
  • Table 5-63: GreenVolts Solar Power Positioning
  • Table 5-64: GreenVolts Functions
  • Table 5-65: Hitachi Industrial Systems
  • Table 5-65: (Continued) Hitachi Industrial Systems
  • Table 5-66: Hitachi Large Generator Positioning
  • Table 5-67: Hitachi Product Positioning
  • Figure 5-68: Infinia Solar Electric Power Generation Technologies And Products
  • Table 5-69: Infinia Solar Strategy
  • Figure 5-69: Masdar PV Thin-Film Modules
  • Table 5-70: Masdar PVFocused And Holistic Strategy Activities
  • Table 5-71: United Arab Emirates Technology Commitment to Masdar
  • Table 5-72: Masdar PVTechnology Development Partners
  • Table 5-73: Pythagoras' Photovoltaic Glass Unit (PVGU) Energy Efficiency
  • Figure 5-74: Schott ProductsGlass-to-Metal-Seals and Ceramic-to-Metal-Seals
  • Figure 5-75: Schott Automotive Glass
  • Figure 5-76: Schott Defense Seals
  • Figure 5-77: Schott Industry Special Products
  • Figure 5-77: (Continued) Schott Industry Special Products
  • Figure 5-77: (Continued) Schott Industry Special Products
  • Table 5-78: Schott Electronic Packaging Product Benefits:
  • Figure 5-79: Schott A Flexible Glass Fiber Light Guides Transmit The Light
  • Figure 5-80: Schott Ultra thin Glass Flexible Substrates
  • Table 5-81: SCHOTT Solar Products Photovoltaic Modules Advantages
  • Table 5-82: Siemens Business Areas
  • Table 5-83: Siemens Industrial Portals
  • Figure 5-84: Siemens Generator Turbine
  • Table 5-85: Solargenix Energy' s Power Roof™ Technology Features
  • Figure 5-86: SolFocus CPV systems Thin Film Solutions
  • Figure 5-87: Solar Thermal Electricity Generation:Parabolic Trough Power Plants
  • Table 5-88: United Technologies Operating Segments
  • Figure 5-89: Whitfield Solar Systems
  • Table 5-90: ZenithSolar Materials
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