Rising Sun: Solar Panel Manufacturing in the US Industry Market Research Report Now Available from IBISWorld
The Solar Panel Manufacturing industry has experienced sunny days during the past five years. Generous government incentives for energy product manufacturers and downstream solar power generation firms have buoyed revenue. As a result, IBISWorld estimates that industry revenue will grow at an average of 29.0% annually to $4.1 billion in the five years to 2012, with a 5.0% increase expected in 2012. Further, a growing market for solar worldwide has resulted in industry expansion. US producers have stepped up to the plate and exported solar panels and cells to buoying markets abroad. Low-cost production from China will weigh on industry revenue, since these players can undercut US players by offering lower prices. Nevertheless, revenue is projected to grow steadily during the five years to 2017.
Draker removes "Laboratories" from its name, aligning its brand identity with its global customer base and expanding operations
Solar Generated Electricity to Power Weather Doppler Radar Tower in Brevard County
Projects all over Scotland have already received more than £4.5 million in loans
Companies that attain the accreditation will be able to demonstrate systematic quality assurance throughout the sales, installation, and after-sale process
S&C is selected by EDF Energy Renewables to supply equipment for UK Grid compliance at Fallago Rig wind farm
S&C provides its largest European reactive compensation project to optimise major UK onshore wind farm for compliance with the National Grid
Project Partners Smart Energy Capital, Wilson Electric, Duke Energy, Integrys Energy Services, APS, and Prescott Valley to Celebrate Project Completion
Company president: How many more factory jobs must U.S. industry lose to ‘Big China Solar' before remedies are applied to offset illegal trade practices?
Sheehan oversees the finance, risk management and legal functions for the national energy services firm
NTE Energy's hybrid technology creates significant benefits by decreasing use of fossil fuels in power generation, increasing domestic renewable energy production, and providing the forestry and agriculture sectors with solutions for their biomass residuals
Despite the series of withdrawals of greentech IPOs this month, solar rooftop installer SolarCity announced on Monday that it is planning for an IPO. The company says it filed its IPO registration on April 26, and is waiting for the documents to be reviewed and approved by the SEC. A SolarCity IPO has been an open secret for the past few months and a report in Bloomberg in February said that an IPO could value SolarCity at more than $1.5 billion. Back in February SolarCity also raised $85 million from investors like Silver Lake Kraftwerk to expand its rapidly growing solar rooftop empire. Overall, SolarCity has raised just over $200 million in venture capital, company spokesman Jonathan Bass told us back in February.
LAS VEGAS, NV - April 30, 2012 (Investorideas.com renewable energy newswire) Salamon Group, Inc. (OTCQB: SLMU), a leading edge green energy company, is pleased to announce that it has agreed to expand its ownership of Solar Samoa Ltd. by purchasing the balance of Solar Samoa Ltd., a Samoa-based sola
During CSP Today's ‘Myth-busting Webinar' for 1000 members of the CSP community, over 50 questions were posed in the interactive session from developers, EPCs and suppliers.
The recent announcement of the Environmental Protection Agency's proposed new carbon emission standard for future coal-fired power stations has given the CSP industry yet another huge boost in the fight for an established place in the US energy market, through the use of hybrid CSP plants.
According to reports by Bloomberg New Energy Finance, after a record year in 2011, clean energy investment in the first quarter of 2012 fell to a three year low. New financial investment was down 28% from Q4 2011, 22% lower than the equivalent figure in the first quarter last year.
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