World DSC Modules Market Space Analysed & Forecast in New NanoMarkets Research Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
13 Mar 2014 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The world market for dye-sensitised cell (DSC) modules is forecast to get back to growth path and generate nearly USD 675 million in revenue in 2021. Today, the industry is facing shinier prospects. The revival of the solar business is creating more interest in 3G PV technologies, with DSC technology set to benefit from this trend to a larger extent.
A recent rise in private investments in the DSC technology has enabled firms like G24 Power and Exeger to enlarge their manufacturing facilities. Other firms thereby have caught the opportunity to develop innovative products and enhance cell performance. Furthermore, a great many novel applications for DSC modules are being created, including powering sensors and automotive integrated PV (AIPV). Still, the DSC business is not able to thrive without success in the building integrated PV (BIPV) sector which is set to account for over 65% of revenues by the end of 2019. Among DSC panels’ advantages for BIPV applications one can name their high efficiency; besides, these panels can easily be manufactured to deliver versatile shapes, colours and transparency.
Comprehensive report “Dye Sensitized Cell Markets - 2014” prepared by NanoMarkets provides an unbiased assessment of the current status of the DSC market, and scrutinises the demand for DSC modules in BIPV, embedded electronics, portable charging devices, digital signage and other retail applications, automotive and military applications, sensors. The study provides a detailed discussion of the most recent applications directions, R&D, capital investments and performance trends in the DSC universe. Additionally, the research report provides extensive eight-year forecasts of the DSC modules market, with separate projections offered for each of the leading DSC applications – in revenue, power and module area terms. The report is enriched with an exhaustive analysis on the business strategy of each of the top DSC industry players.
Companies discussed include, among others, G Solar, BASF, Dyesol, Fujikura, Everlight Chemicals, Exeger, Fujimori Kogyo, Analog Devices, G24 Power, Merck, Peccell, Nissha Printing, Tata, Oxford Photovoltaics, Texas Instruments, Pilkington, Samsung, Sharp, Showa Denko, Solaronix, SolarPrint, Umicore, Sony, and Timo Technologies.
Dye Sensitized Cell Markets - 2014
Published: February, 2014
Price: US$ 2,795.00
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