1. 30 Dec 2015  |  Europe  |  Market Research

    Turkish Solar Power Market

    Small-scale Installments Driving Momentum

    The Turkish solar power market is at an early growth stage, and high future growth is promising. In terms of irradiation rates, solar power in Turkey is expected to grow rapidly in the medium term. Government incentives such as guarantees of purchase and feed-in-tariffs are the main drivers for the market. The government has made efforts to overcom...

  2. 27 Nov 2012  |  Latin America  |  Market Research

    Attractiveness Analysis of the Mexican Solar Power Market

    A Nascent Market Offering Attainable Opportunities for Growth to Participants

    This research service analyzes the solar power market in Mexico. Until recently, the market sales were focused on off-grid systems, but major changes have overturned this trend and have created new opportunities for vendors in Mexico. A continuous economic expansion and a consistent electricity demand paved the way for the increasing levels of inst...

  3. 19 Jul 2012  |  Europe  |  Market Research

    European Solar Power Markets

    Despite High Potential, Growth Remains a Challenge Due to Diminishing Incentives and Market Cap

    The European solar power market is primarily driven by government incentives and Europes agenda for clean energy. The photovoltaic solar market is undergoing a transition as the era of generous subsidies comes to an end and solar system prices continue to plummet. Chinese manufactures are exerting additional pricing pressure on their European coun...

  4. This research service covers global wind and solar power markets value chains, focusing on the components, materials and semi-finished goods and identifies key trends, growth and investment opportunities. With strong growth in recent years for wind and solar power, followed by a major market slow-down in 2008 and 2009 and return to growth in 2010...

  5. 31 Jul 2001  |  Latin America  |  Market Research

    Solar Power Markets: Latin American Forecasts