Oilobit.com: PV Outlook 2010-2015

Solar Panel | Oilobit.comOverall, 2010 was a good year for the PV industry. But, the global PV industry is getting complex as it becomes more and more competitive. What’s the outlook PV technology, production and cost for the next five years?

You can find out what Greentech Media’s Senior Analyst Syyam Mehta thinks during an upcoming webinar. Mehta will discuss findings from the third edition of GTM Research’s PV supply chain report, PV Technology, Production, and Cost Outlook: 2010-2015. The webinar will cover topics such as:

  • Discussion of key market developments in 2010;
  • Wafer, cell, and module capacity forecasts;
  • Analysis of technology manufacturing costs;
  • Forecasts of production, prices, and market share by facility, region, and technology; and
  • Competitive analysis.

When: Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Time: 2:00 pm EST (11:00 am PST)

From Greentech Media (GTM):

After a robust 2010, the global PV industry is entering an era of considerable uncertainty. The industry is becoming more complex and multi-faceted with the challenges of broader market opportunity, shifting bankability windows, alternative technology competition, and new business strategies (i.e., downstream integration, contract manufacturing) playing a major role in altering the face of the industry’s maturing, competitive landscape.These market characteristics are adding more profound layers to an already dynamic and volatile confluence of technology, policy, and financial environments. In such a market, the need for granular yet comprehensive data and analysis becomes absolutely essential in assessing the positioning and strategic direction of market participants.

To learn more about the report and webinar, or to register, click here.

The webinar will cover the following topics:

  • Discussion of key market developments in 2010
  • Wafer, cell, and module capacity forecasts
  • Analysis of technology manufacturing costs
  • Forecasts of production, prices, and market share by facility, region