Photovoltaics--Global Developments (Technical Insights)

 

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This research service analyzes the technological developments and trends in photovoltaic systems across the world.

Table of Contents

Photovoltaics--Global Developments (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryResearch Overview and MethodologyResearch OverviewMethodologyKey Research FindingsEmerging TechnologiesNoteworthy ApplicationsPhotovoltaics--Global Developments (Technical Insights), Technology Primer and Current ResearchTechnology PrimerOverviewApplicationsPV TechnologiesFirst Generation PV TechnologiesSecond Generation PV TechnologiesThird Generation PV TechnologiesCurrent Research in Solar CellsIntermediate Band-Gap Materials for Solar EnergyNovel Solar Concentrators Using Organic DyesNanoantenna Arrays for Increasing Sunlight CaptureCarbon Nanotubes Improve Solar Cell PerformanceCrystallized Titania Nanomaterials for Dye-Sensitized Solar CellsHigh-Efficiency Multijunction Solar Cells for ConcentratorsAtomic Studies of Novel Solar Cells for Better CharacterizationNovel ARTisun Technology for Low Cost Solar CellsPhotovoltaics--Global Developments (Technical Insights), Technology Adoption FactorFactors Influencing the Photovoltaic DomainDrivers Influencing PVChallenges Affecting PVNeeds of the IndustryNeeds of the Solar IndustryFuture Focus of Solar CompaniesFuture Growth and Analyst InsightsGeographical AnalysisPotential Growth Areas in the Next DecadeAnalyst InsightsPhotovoltaics--Global Developments (Technical Insights), Patents and Database of Key Industry ParticipantsPatentsUS PatentsOther PatentsDatabase of Key Industry ParticipantsContacts in UniversitiesContacts in CompaniesPhotovoltaics--Global Developments (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseDatabase TablesTotal Electricity Installed Capacity--World (2004 to 2014)Electricity Generation--World (2004 to 2014)Carbon dioxide Emissions--North America (1999 to 2009)




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