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By 2020, the global cumulative installed capacity is expected to reach 271, 442 MW as the sector is anticipated to receive government support in his coming years. This is the key takeaway provided by the alternative energy report -'US Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Market to 2020 - Capacity, Assets and Market Share'- from GlobalData. This report highlights the country's solar PV installed capacity trends from 2000 to 2020. It also showcases the top active and upcoming plants along with the details. It also provides the market size of the various components of solar PV power plant. A detailed market share analysis for the component manufacturers is also included in the report along with the SWOT profiles of the top companies

Scope

- Technologies covered include thermal, nuclear, hydro, wind, solar PV, solar thermal, geo thermal, biogas and biomass
- Data sets reviewed include installed capacity, electricity production and power generation
- Data provided from 2001 to 2009 with forecasts to 2020
- Active Plants till 2009 and upcoming plants as on 2010
- Market Share Analysis for the different components
- Market size trends and forecasts for the various components
- SWOT profles of the key players which include First Solar, Solar World, GE Energy, Evergreen Solar, BP Plc,

Reasons to buy

The client will get the following benefits:
- Assessment of the growth plans in the country's solar PV power market
- Get an idea about the key players in the industry and their market share
- Growth trends and opportunities for the various components of solar PV power plants

 

Table of Contents

1 Table of contents
1 Table of contents 3
1.1 List of Tables 8
1.2 List of Figures 9


2 Global Solar PV Market Scenario: 2001-2020 10
2.1 Overview 10
2.2 Global Solar PV market during the financial crisis 10
2.3 Global Solar PV Power Market, Historical and Forecast Installed Capacity, 2001-2020 11
2.4 Global Solar PV Market, Historical and Forecast Power Generation, 2001-2020 13


3 The US Power Market scenario: 2001-2020 15
3.1 Overview 15
3.2 The US Power Market, Electricity Production by Fuel Type, 2009 17


4 The US Renewable Energy Market : 2001-2020 18
4.1 Overview 18
4.2 The US Renewable Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Fuel Type, 2001-2020 18
4.3 The US Renewable Power Market, Power Generation by Fuel Type, 2001-2020 20


5 The US Solar PV Market: 2001-2020 22
5.1 Overview 22
5.2 The US Solar PV Power Market, Historical and Forecast Installed Capacity, 2001-2020 23
5.3 The US Solar PV Power Market, Historical Cumulative Installed Capacity by Grid Connectivity, 2001-2009 25
5.4 The US Solar PV Power Market, Historical and Forecast Power Generation, 2001-2020 26


6 The US Solar PV Power Market, Top Ten States by Cumulative Installed Capacity, 2009 28


7 The US Solar PV Component Market: 2001-2020 29
7.1 The US Solar PV System Market 29
7.2 The US Solar PV Systems Market, Historical and Forecast Revenues, 2001-2020 31


8 The US Solar PV Cells Market, 2001-2009 33


9 The US Solar PV Cell Market – Top Cell Producers, 2009 34


10 The US Solar PV Markets: Technology Trends 35
10.1 Overview 35
10.2 The US Solar PV market, Technology types 35
10.2.1 Crystalline Silicon Cells 35
10.2.2 Thin-film Technology 35
10.2.3 New Emerging Solar PV Technology 36
10.2.4 Micromorphous thin-film solar cell technology 36
10.2.5 Organic PV (OPV) 36
10.2.6 Plastic solar cell 37
10.2.7 Dye-sensitized cells (DSC) 37
10.3 The US Solar PV market trends 37
10.3.1 Falling prices 37
10.3.2 Growth leading to industry consolidation 38
10.3.3 Third-party ownership model 38
10.3.4 Increasing preference for large installations 38


11 The US Solar PV Parks 39
11.1 The US Solar PV Market, Top Solar PV Parks (Active) 39
11.2 The US Solar PV Market, Upcoming Solar Parks 40
11.3 Trend of Utility Companies 41
11.3.1 Utilities Establishing Solar PV Parks 41
11.3.2 Building and Up gradation of New Transmission Lines 41


12 The US Renewable Energy Market Regulatory framework 42
12.1 Overview 42
12.2 The US Regulatory framework, Major Policies 42
12.2.1 Federal Financial Incentives 42
12.2.2 State incentive programs 46


13 The US Solar PV Market, Regulatory Scenario – Federal Initiatives 49
13.1 Interconnection Standards 49
13.2 Feed-in Tariff 49
13.3 Net Metering Laws 49
13.4 The Investment Tax Credit (ITC) 50
13.5 The Solar America Initiative (SAI) 50


14 The US Solar PV Market Regulatory scenatio – Statewise 51
14.1 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Arizona 51
14.2 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, California 51
14.2.1 PUC CSI 52
14.2.2 CEC NSHP 52
14.2.3 Feed-in tariff: 53
14.3 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Colorado 53
14.4 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Connecticut 54
14.5 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Delaware 54
14.6 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, District of Columbia 54
14.7 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Florida 54
14.8 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Georgia 54
14.9 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Hawaii 55
14.10 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Idaho 55
14.11 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Illinois 55
14.12 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Iowa 55
14.13 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Kansas 55
14.14 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Louisiana 55
14.15 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Maine 56
14.16 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Maryland 56
14.17 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Massachusetts 56
14.18 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Michigan 56
14.19 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Minnesota 56
14.20 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Montana 57
14.21 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, New Hampshire 57
14.22 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, New Jersey 57
14.23 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, New Mexico 58
14.24 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, New York 58
14.25 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, North Carolina 59
14.26 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, North Dakota 59
14.27 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Ohio 59
14.28 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Oregon 59
14.29 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Pennsylvania 60
14.30 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Rhode Island 60
14.31 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, South Carolina 60
14.32 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Texas 60
14.33 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Utah 60
14.34 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Vermont 60
14.35 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Virgin Islands 61
14.36 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Virginia 61
14.37 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Washington 61
14.38 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Wisconsin 61
14.39 The US Solar PV Financial Initiatives, Wyoming 61


15 The US Solar PV Deals Market Scenario 62
15.1 The US Solar PV Deals Market Volume versus Value Analysis, 2001-2009 62
15.2 The US Deals By Types, 2009 63


16 The US Solar PV Markets – Major Deals 64


17 Company Snapshot – First Solar 73
17.1 Business overview 73
17.2 Business Description – Components 73
17.2.1 Overview 73
17.2.2 Production 73
17.2.3 Market View 74
17.2.4 Key Strategies 74
17.3 Business Description - Systems 74
17.3.1 Overview 74
17.4 Major Products and Services 75
17.5 SWOT Analysis 75
17.6 Overview 75
17.7 Strengths of First Solar 75
17.7.1 Established Customer Base 75
17.7.2 Long Term Supply Contracts 76
17.7.3 Low Production Cost 76
17.7.4 Leading Market Position 76
17.8 Weakness of First Solar 76
17.8.1 Lower Presence in the US Market 76
17.8.2 High Dependence on Raw Materials Suppliers 76
17.8.3 Limited Operating History 77
17.9 Opportunities for First Solar 77
17.9.1 Rising Demand for Energy from Renewable Sources 77
17.9.2 Growing Photovoltaic Industry 77
17.9.3 Strategic Acquisitions in the US Solar Market 77
17.9.4 Strategic Agreements 77
17.10 Threats of First Solar 78
17.10.1 Stringent Government Regulations 78
17.10.2 Competitive Threat from Large Industry Players 78
17.10.3 Reducing Government Subsidies 78
17.11 Competitors 79
17.12 Key Employees 79
17.13 Key Employee Biographies 80
17.14 Financial Ratios – Capital Market Ratios 80
17.15 Financial Ratios – Annual 81
17.16 Financial Ratios – Interim 82
17.17 Company Statement 82
17.18 Locations and Subsidiaries 87
17.18.1 Head Office 87
17.18.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 87


18 Company Snapshot – Solar World 89
18.1 Key Information 89
18.2 Business overview 89
18.3 Business Description – Cells 90
18.4 Business Description - Modules 90
18.5 Business Description - Trade 91
18.6 Business Description – Wafers 91
18.7 Major Products and Services 92
18.8 SWOT Analysis 93
18.8.1 Overview 93
18.9 Strengths of Solar World 93
18.9.1 Robust Operational Growth 93
18.9.2 Strong Brand 93
18.9.3 Vertically Integrated Business Model 94
18.10 Weakness of Solar World 94
18.10.1 High Indebtness 94
18.10.2 Revenue Concentration 94
18.11 Opportunities for Solar World 94
18.11.1 Capacity Expansion 94
18.11.2 German Renewable Energy Market 94
18.11.3 Shift towards Renewable Energy 95
18.12 Threats of Solar World 95
18.12.1 Financial Crisis 95
18.12.2 Reduction or Elimination of Government Support 95
18.12.3 Intensifying Competition 95
18.13 Competitors 96
18.14 Key Employees 96
18.15 Key Employees Biography 96
18.16 Financial Ratios – Capital Market Ratios 98
18.17 Financial Ratios – Annual 98
18.18 Financial Ratios – Interim 99
18.19 Company Statement 100
18.20 Locations and Subsidiaries 101


19 Company Snapshot – GE Energy 102
19.1 Key Information 102
19.2 Company Overview 102
19.3 Business Description 102
19.4 Major Products and Services 103
19.5 SWOT Analysis 109
19.6 General Electric Company Strengths 109
19.6.1 Diversified Business Portfolio 109
19.6.2 Wide Geographical Presence 109
19.6.3 Innovation 110
19.7 General Electric Company Weaknesses 110
19.7.1 Poor Performance of Consumer & Industrial Segment 110
19.7.2 Increasing Operating Costs 110
19.7.3 Declining Market Share in Sector 110
19.8 General Electric Company Opportunities 111
19.8.1 Rising Demand for Energy from Renewable Sources 111
19.8.2 Growing Healthcare Market in Emerging Economies 111
19.8.3 Strategic Healthcare Alliance 111
19.8.4 Growth of Oil and Gas Sector in Long-run 112
19.9 General Electric Company Threats 112
19.9.1 Adverse Macroeconomic Factors 112
19.9.2 Highly Competitive Environment 112
19.9.3 Stringent Regulations 112
19.10 Competitors 113
19.11 Key Employees 113
19.12 Key Employee Biographies 116
19.13 Financial Ratios – Capital Market Ratios 117
19.14 Financial Ratios - Annual Ratios 117
19.15 Financial Ratios – Interim Ratios 118
19.16 Company Statement 118
19.17 Locations and Subsidiaries 122
19.17.1 Head Office 122
19.17.2 Other Offices and subsidiaries 122


20 Company Snapshot – Evergreen Solar 130
20.1 Key Information 130
20.2 Business overview 130
20.3 Solar Power Products 130
20.3.1 Overview 130
20.3.2 Production 130
20.3.3 Market View 131
20.3.4 Key Strategies 131
20.4 Major Products and Services 131
20.5 SWOT Analysis 132
20.6 Evergreen Solar, Inc. Strengths 132
20.6.1 Established Supplier Relationships 132
20.6.2 Focused Research and Development 132
20.6.3 Vertically Integrated Operations 132
20.7 Evergreen Solar, Inc. Weaknesses 133
20.7.1 Working Capital Management 133
20.7.2 Integration Cost 133
20.8 Evergreen Solar, Inc. Opportunities 133
20.8.1 Stimulus for Renewable Energy 133
20.8.2 Restructuring 133
20.8.3 Growing Solar Power Market 134
20.9 Evergreen Solar, Inc. Threats 134
20.9.1 Legal Proceedings 134
20.9.2 Impact of Financial Crisis 134
20.9.3 Intense Competition 134
20.10 Competitors 135
20.11 Key Employees 135
20.12 Key Employee Biographies 136
20.13 Financial Ratios – Capital Market Ratios 136
20.14 Financial Ratios – Annual 137
20.15 Financial Ratios – Interim 138
20.16 Company Statement 138
20.17 Locations and Subsidiaries 139
20.17.1 Head Office 139
20.17.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 140


21 Company Snapshot – BP Plc. 141
21.1 Key Information 141
21.2 Business overview 141
21.3 Business Description - Exploration and Production 141
21.3.1 Overview 141
21.3.2 Production 142
21.3.3 Market View 142
21.3.4 Key Strategies 142
21.4 Business Description - Other Businesses and Corporate Segment 143
21.4.1 Overview 143
21.4.2 Production 143
21.4.3 Market View 143
21.4.4 Key Strategies 143
21.5 Refining and Marketing 143
21.5.1 Overview 143
21.5.2 Production 144
21.5.3 Market View 144
21.5.4 Key Strategies 144
21.6 Major Products and Services 145
21.7 SWOT Analysis 146
21.8 BP p.l.c. Strengths 146
21.8.1 Efficient Use of Resources 146
21.8.2 Market Leadership 146
21.8.3 Vertical Integration 146
21.8.4 Widespread Global Operations 147
21.9 BP p.l.c. Weaknesses 147
21.9.1 Limited Liquidity Position 147
21.9.2 Declining Operating Margin 147
21.10 BP p.l.c. Opportunities 147
21.10.1 Exploration Agreements 147
21.10.2 Expansion through Inorganic Growth 147
21.10.3 Growing Aerospace Industry 148
21.10.4 Positive Outlook in China 148
21.11 BP p.l.c. Threats 148
21.11.1 Rising Capital Costs in the Refining Sector 148
21.11.2 Impact of Financial Crisis on E&P Investments 148
21.11.3 Adverse Macroeconomic Factors 148
21.11.4 Maturing North Sea Reserves 148
21.12 Competitors 149
21.13 Financial Ratios - Capital Market Ratios 149
21.14 Financial Ratios - Annual Ratios 150
21.15 Financial Ratios - Interim Ratios 151
21.16 Key Employees 152
21.17 Key Employees Biography 153
21.18 Company Statement 153
21.19 Locations and Subsidiaries 155
21.19.1 Head Office 155
21.19.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 156


22 Appendix 161
22.1 Abbreviations 161
22.2 About Alternative Energy eTrack 162
22.3 Methodology 162
22.3.1 Coverage 163
22.3.2 Secondary Research 163
22.3.3 Primary Research 163
22.3.4 Expert Panel Validation 164
22.4 Contact Us 164
22.5 Disclaimer 164

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