DUBLIN, Sept. 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/284sxf/bipv_technologies) has announced the addition of the "BIPV Technologies and Markets 2015-2022" report to their offering.
For the "true" BIPV leading into monolithic and multifunctional products, we see the real opportunities in the glass sector in particular, representing roughly $2.1 billion in shipments by 2018 and $6.3 billion by 2022.
This report provides guidance on the new economics of BIPV in a new business environment where demand patterns have changed and subsidies have begun to disappear. It shows how BIPV products can be classified into types based on intelligence and functionality and how each type fits into its own characteristic niche. Supply chain issues are prominently discussed.
The report explores the strategies of the leading firms in BIPV and considers how and why some of them survived the solar shakeout and others did not. It also discusses what new entrants into the BIPV space will look like and where there is room for start-ups.
Finally, the report includes detailed eight-year market forecasts with breakouts by type of BIPV product, region in which the panels will be sold, type of building in which they are installed, etc. Forecasts are both in volume and value terms.
This report identifies where money will be made in the BIPV space. Now that the great PV shakeout is over, technological progress is happening again, and PV subsidies are beginning to disappear. We show how BIPV products can be classified based on intelligence and functionality, how demand patterns have changed, and how these are changing marketing requirements and strategies. We include detailed eight-year market forecasts in both volume and value terms, with breakouts by type of BIPV product, end-market regions, type of buildings, etc.
Key Topics Covered:
Executive Summary E.1 The Rise of Integration Economics: More Value in a Solar Panel and What to Do with It E.2 BIPV Markets Will Expand E.3 Factors Retarding the Market for BIPV E.4 Building the BIPV Supply Chain E.5 Companies to Watch in BIPV E.6 Summary of Eight-Year Forecasts for BIPV Technologies and Markets
Chapter One: Introduction
1.1 Background to this Report
1.2 Objectives and Scope of this Report
1.3 Methodology of this Report
1.4 Plan of this Report
Chapter Two: Setting the Stage: How BIPV Product and Technologies are Evolving 2.1 Product Trends in BIPV: BIPV Product Types
Chapter Three: Trends in BIPV Technologies
3.1 Silicon-based BIPV: Small Improvements That Matter
3.2 Thin-Film PV and BIPV: Stirring the Pot
3.3 OPV and DSC: The Future of BIPV?
3.4 DSC: A Head Start, but Reason to Wait?
3.5 N-tech's Take: OPV and DSC on the Clock
Chapter Four: Trends in BIPV Roofing and Glass 4.1 Substrate Trends 4.2 Installation Trends 4.3 Notable University Research
Chapter Five: Current Market and Marketing Considerations for BIPV
5.1 How to Sell Next-Generation BIPV
5.2 The Role of Policies in Promoting BIPV
5.3 The Importance of Local Presence for BIPV: Building a Supply Chain
Chapter Six: Eight-year Forecasts for BIPV Markets 6.1 Forecasting Methodology and Assumptions 6.2 Eight-Year Forecasts of Demand in Key BIPV Markets: Regions and Countries 6.3 Eight-Year Forecast by Type of BIPV Product: From BAPV to Monolithic Integration 6.4 Eight-Year Forecast of BIPV by Type of Substrate 6.5 Eight-Year Forecast of BIPV by Type of Building 6.6 Eight-Year Forecast of BIPV by Type of PV Technology 6.7 Summary of Our BIPV Forecasts, by Product Segments
- ASG - AltPower - BGT - BIPVCo - Belectric - CNBM/Avancis - CertainTeed - Corning - Dow Solar - Dyesol - ertex solar - GAF - Hanergy - Heda Solar - Heliatek - Issol - Lumos - Mitsubishi Chemical - Next Energy - Onyx Solar - Orange Solar - Oxford Photovoltaics - Panasonic - Pilkington - Reckli - Saint Gobain - Solar Cloth - Solar Frontier - SolarCentury - Solaria - Solexel - Solinso - Solliance - SwissInso - TULiPPS
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