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Understand The Details And Impact Of PhotoVoltaic Installation Incentive Programs

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PV Incentive Programs - Understand the Details and Impact of PhotoVoltaic Installation Incentive Programs in 25 Countries

Market trends

With virtually unlimited potential, photovoltaic (PV) technology is the most promising source of electricity for the future.

Driven by carbon concerns, desire for energy independence and limited oil and gas production, many governments want to increase the share of electricity produced by solar panels. However, photovoltaic electricity production remains one of the most expensive.

An effective way to increase PV electricity production is to reduce the cost through targeted incentives. In the last ten years a number of government sponsored incentive programs have been established.

Japan and Germany led the way and each encountered tremendous success. The demand for solar panels experienced in recent years in those countries has been a direct result of their incentive programs.

When a country decides to promote PV energy with incentives it will result in: immediate investment opportunities; creation of thousands of jobs; and shipping of solar products in substantial volumes.

But, incentive programs are complex and it is crucial for everyone involved to have a clear picture of the situation to make informed choices.

With virtually unlimited potential, photovoltaic (PV) technology is the most promising source of electricity for the future.

Driven by carbon concerns, desire for energy independence and limited oil and gas production, many governments want to increase the share of electricity produced by solar panels. However, photovoltaic electricity production remains one of the most expensive.

An effective way to increase PV electricity production is to reduce the cost through targeted incentives. In the last ten years a number of government sponsored incentive programs have been established.

Japan and Germany led the way and each encountered tremendous success. The demand for solar panels experienced in recent years in those countries has been a direct result of their incentive programs.

Objectives of the report

After discussing with key experts for each country and analyzing their programs, we have published this report to explain the market in detail. The objective of this report is to provide the best information on each country active in the PV field with data summarizing the type and the definition of incentive programs in a concise way.

For each country the following information is provided:

General data

    * Population 2006 (million)

    * GDP 2006 (billion 2000$)

    * Growth of GDP 1990-2006 (%)

    * Total Energy production (Mtoe)

    * Energy use (Mtoe)

    * Energy use growth 2005-2006 (%)

    * Electricity production (GWh)

    * Electricity consumption (GWh)

    * Electric Power consumption per capita (kWh per capita)

Energy sources breakdown

    * Nuclear, oil, wind, PV

Irradiation map

Description of the incentive program

    * MWp

    * Key targets and possible cutoff points

Breakdown installation type

    * Residential, commercial, solar farms, rural electrification

Past amount of installation and government forecast

Who should buy?

Industrial companies and/or investors who need accurate information on countries to make strategic decisions. Information described in this report is based on an in-depth investigation that Yole Dveloppement carried out on 80 countries worldwide. We have discussed with the main organizations and controlling bureau in each country to get access to the right information.

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/096c59/pv_incentive_progr

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