New Business Opportunities in Asian BIPV Markets

Date: March 1, 2011
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NanoMarkets has provided coverage of the Building Integrated PV (BIPV) space for several years now and views this sector of the PV market as having high growth prospects, because of its attractive economics and aesthetics.

But all BIPV markets are local and in different countries BIPV revenues will be shaped by local regulations and conditions in the building industry. And with this in mind, this report identifies and quantifies the business opportunities that are appearing as a result of the deployment of BIPV in Asia. While much of the rest of the world has seen massive declines in its construction industries, some the Asian nations appear to be in relatively good shape and are continuing to build prestige buildings as well as new residential buildings for elites. In our view, these are exactly the kind of buildings that provide an opportunity for BIPV.

And the opportunity is enhanced by the fact that the larger Asian countries have active programs to promote “green” energy. China is one of the few countries in the world to have a PV subsidy program that specifically advantages BIPV. Japan has also been friendly to BIPV in the past and was one of the first countries to make extensive use of an early version of this technology.

With all this in mind, NanoMarkets is publishing this report on BIPV in Asia, which provides a complete analysis of the market opportunities for BIPV in this region, including a country-by-country market forecast. The report also profiles the strategies of Asia-based PV firms that are specifically targeting the BIPV space with their products.

We provide not only the rosy side of the picture. There are risks in Asia too. There are the usual regulatory uncertainties surrounding all PV markets to which must be added, constant worries expressed in the financial press that the some of the vibrancy in Asian construction markets – or even in the Asian economies more generally – will be lost. Such declines would have a deep and negative impact on the BIPV market in Asia and in this report we discuss what this would mean for the markets on which we have chosen to cover.

The report focuses on the following nations: India, China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia and Singapore, which is where NanoMarkets believes that the main opportunities for BIPV will be. But we have also examined the potential for BIPV in other Asian countries such as Taiwan, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. The audience to which this report is targeted are product managers, strategic planners and marketing managers at solar panel firms, building products manufacturers, and materials firms, as well as the many other kinds of businesses that are becoming involved (or wish to become involved) in the development of BIPV in Asia.
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

E.1 Opportunities for suppliers/manufacturers of BIPV Products
E.2 BIPV opportunities for the Asian construction industry
E.3 Opportunities in the Asian BIPV supply chain
E.5 Companies to watch in the Asian BIPV business
  E.5.1 Opportunities for new entrants
E.6 Summary of eight-year forecasts

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION

Background to this report
Objectives and scope of this report
Methodology of report
Profile of report

CHAPTER TWO THE ASIAN BIPV MARKET ENVIRONMENT

2.1 Introduction
  2.1.1 The PV market in Asia
  2.1.2 How BIPV fits into the Asian PV market
2.2 Major driving factors for BIPV markets in Asia
  2.2.1 Regulatory factors favouring BIPV
  2.2.2 Construction industry factors favouring BIPV
  2.2.3 Other factors
2.3 Factors slowing down BIPV markets in Asia
  2.3.1 Cost factors
  2.3.2 Economic factors
  2.3.3 Other factors
2.4 Major Asian research institutes and universities working on BIPV

CHAPTER THREE BIPV MARKETS AND MANUFACTURING ACTIVITY IN ASIA

3.1 Introduction
3.2 Japan
  3.2.1 Overview of the BIPV market in Japan
  3.2.2 Regulatory incentives for BIPV in Japan
  3.2.3 BIPV products currently sold in Japan
  3.2.4 The future of BIPV in Japan
  3.2.5 Major BIPV firms in Japan
  3.2.6 Key market opportunities for BIPV in Japan
3.3 Korea
  3.3.1 Overview of the BIPV market in Korea
  3.3.2 Regulatory incentives for BIPV in Korea
  3.3.3 BIPV products currently sold in Korea
  3.3.4 The future of BIPV in Korea
  3.3.5 Major BIPV firms in Korea
  3.3.6 Key market opportunities for BIPV in Korea
3.4 China
  3.4.1 Overview of the BIPV market in China
  3.4.2 Regulatory incentives for BIPV in China
  3.4.3 BIPV products currently sold in China
  3.4.4 The future of BIPV in China
  3.4.5 Major BIPV firms in China
  3.4.6 Key market opportunities for BIPV in China
3.5 India
  3.5.1 Overview of the BIPV market in India
  3.5.2 Regulatory incentives for BIPV in India
  3.5.3 BIPV products currently sold in India
  3.5.4 The future of BIPV in India
  3.5.5 Major BIPV firms in India
  3.5.6 Key market opportunities for BIPV in India
3.6 Other Asian Countries
  3.6.1 Malaysia
  3.6.2 Singapore
  3.6.3 Taiwan
  3.6.4 Philippines
  3.6.5 Thailand
  3.6.6 Vietnam
  3.6.7 Indonesia

CHAPTER FOUR EIGHT-YEAR FORECASTS OF ASIAN BIPV MARKETS

4.1 Forecasting methodology
4.2 Alternative scenarios
4.3 Forecast of residential BIPV markets by type of product type and country
4.4 Forecast of commercial BIPV markets by product type and country
4.5 Forecast of industrial BIPV markets by product type and country
4.6 Forecast of BIPV in public buildings by product type and country

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