German Photovoltaic Market Analysis

Date: November 22, 2010
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Photovoltaic industry has proved its long-term viability and environmental benefits globally. Both developed as well as developing economies around the globe have acknowledged its potential and are increasingly installing PV energy solutions for a greener and healthy environment. In addition, decreasing PV module costs are working as catalysts for new installations and this was transformed in 3.8 GWp of new solar PV installations in Germany in 2009.

According to our research, “German Photovoltaic Market Analysis”, Germany has been the global leader in photovoltaic industry in the past decade. The energy import dependency, limited fossil and nuclear resources, mandatory GHG emission reductions, and vast availability of solar radiation across the nation have infused solar photovoltaic industry developments in the country. However, economic slowdown and weak economy has forced the government to drastically cut subsidies for the industry and driven authorities to formulate FIT cuts. It is anticipated that these amendments will have their long-term effects on industry developments and annual installations will limit to around 5 GWp by 2014.

At the segment level, commercial installations have been leading the industry followed by residential installations. Attractive incentives and long term economic benefits encouraged investors to opt for commercial (mainly rooftop) systems installations and uplifted overall industry developments. However, in coming years, it is anticipated that residential PV installations will orchestrate substantial increase in market share as proposed FIT cuts will shift consumer preference from large-scale installations to small and medium scale system developments.

Our report, “German Photovoltaic Market Analysis”, provides extensive research and objective analysis of German PV industry and its future market potentials. It facilitates information and statistics on all prominent market segments including residential, commercial, and solar parks. Besides, it provides market trends on cell manufacturing, solar inverter market, PV power plants etc. Separate sections on industry value chain analysis and after effects of FIT cuts & road ahead will help clients identify factors, critical to their successful strategy formulation and gain competitive edge over their rivals.
1. ANALYST VIEW

2. GERMANY IN GLOBAL PV INDUSTRY

3. PV POTENTIALS IN RENEWABLE ENERGY CONTEXT

4. INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE AND OUTLOOK BY 2014

4.1 Installed Capacity
4.2 By Technology
4.3 By Sector
  4.3.1 Residential
  4.3.2 Commercial
  4.3.3 Solar Parks
4.4 PV Cell Manufacturing
4.5 Exports
4.6 Investments and Employment
4.7 PV Power Plants

5. SOLAR INVERTER MARKET POTENTIALS

6. INDUSTRY VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS

7. PV COST ANALYSIS

8. REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT ANALYSIS

9. IMPACTS OF FIT’S CUT AND ROAD AHEAD

9.1 On Ground Mounted Installation
9.2 On Medium Scale Rooftop Installation

10. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

10.1 Schott AG
10.2 SolarWorld AG
10.3 Wacker Chemie AG
10.4 Phoenix Solar AG
10.5 Centrotech Sustainable AG

LIST OF FIGURES:

Figure 2-1: Share in Global PV Installations (2010 & 2014)
Figure 3-1: Share of Photovoltaic in Renewable Energy Production (2009 & 2014)
Figure 4-1: Annual Grid Connected PV Installed Capacity (GWp), 2008-2014
Figure 4-2: Cumulative Grid Connected PV Installed Capacity (GWp), 2008-2014
Figure 4-3: PV Installations by Technology (%), 2010
Figure 4-4: Grid Connected PV Installed Capacity by Sector (%), 2010 & 2014
Figure 4-5: Annual Grid Connected PV Installed Capacity in Residential Sector (GWp), 2008-2014
Figure 4-6: Annual Grid Connected PV Installed Capacity in Commercial Sector (GWp), 2008-2014
Figure 4-7: Annual Grid Connected PV Installed Capacity in Solar Parks (MWp), 2008-2014
Figure 4-8: PV Cells & Modules Exports (Billion €), 2007-2009
Figure 4-9: Investment in PV Industry (Million €), 2007-2009
Figure 4-10: Employment in PV Industry (Numbers) 2007-2009
Figure 4-11: Cumulative Power Capacities of Large-scale PV Power Plants (MWp), 2007-2009
Figure 5-1: PV Inverter Market (GW), 2008, 2009 & 2014

LIST OF TABLES:

Table 4-1: Production Statistics for Cells & Modules by Technology (MW), 2007-2009
Table 5-1: Top Companies in Solar Inverter Market by Capacity (MWp), 2010
Table 6-1: PV Industry Value Chain by Capacity (MWp), 2010
Table 7-1: Comparison of Electricity Prices & Net Cost of PV (€ Cent/kWh), 2009-2014
Table 7-2: Module Manufacturing Cost by Type (€/Wp), 2008-2013, 2013-2020 & >2020
Table 7-3: Module Efficiency by Type (%), 2008-2013, 2013-2020 & >2020
Table 8-1: PV Feed-in tariffs by Type of Installations (€ Cent/kWp), 2010
Table 9-1: Economic Evaluation of Ground Mounted Installation under Different FIT Scenarios
Table 9-2: Economic Evaluation of Medium Scale Rooftop Installation under Different FIT Scenarios
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