Reportlinker Adds China's Solar Photovoltaic Industry Development: Major Forecasts, Industry Trends and Key Companies (2010 Edition)

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China, which in the past used foreign investments to build up industries, has relied on students returning from abroad with large professional networks, local government funding, and capital from international financial markets to create a globally oriented solar photovoltaic industry base. China's role in the global industry is growing, especially the midstream solar cell and module industry. Thin-film solar cells, however, are challenging the midstream position of crystal silicon solar cells. This report examines historic and current development of China's solar photovoltaic industry, in particular, first- and second-tier crystal silicon solar cell and module companies, and thin-film solar cell companies in China; explores major industry trends and details production plans of key companies in the industry.

Table of Contents

1. Current Development of China's Solar Photovoltaic Industry: Major Trends and Key Companies

1.1 China Solar Photovoltaic Industry Scale

1.2 Development Phases of China's Solar Photovoltaic Industry

1.2.1 Initial Development Phase (mid-1950s to late 1970s)

1.2.2 Early Growth Phase (early 1980s to early 2000s)

1.2.3 Rapid Growth Phase (mid-2000s to 2009)

1.3 Current Status of China's Solar Photovoltaic Industry

1.3.1 Geographical Distribution

1.3.1.1 Industry Mainly Concentrated in Eastern China

1.3.1.2 Industry Clusters Spreading to Central and Western China

1.3.2 Industry Structure Characterized by Strong Role of Midstream Companies

1.3.2.1 Upstream Silicon and Wafer Industry

1.3.2.2 Midstream Cell and Module Industry

1.3.2.3 Downstream Application System Industry

1.4 MIC Perspective

1.4.1 Industry Development Strategies

1.4.2 Production Still Trumps Technology and Applications

2. Current Development of the Chinese Solar Photovoltaic Midstream Industry

2.1 Current Status of China's PV Midstream Companies' Resources and Capacity

2.1.1 Capital Structure Takes Advantage of Foreign and Local Investments

2.1.2 Strategic Alliances with International Brands

2.2 Business Deployment of Chinese Solar Photovoltaic Midstream Companies

2.2.1 High-level Vertical Integration in the Midstream Industry

2.2.2. Industry Mainly Concentrated in Eastern China

2.2.3. Aggressive Production Expansion Strategies

2.2.4. China's Global-oriented Marketing Strategies

2.3 MIC Perspective

2.3.1 Midstream Companies Taking Aggressive Attitudes Toward Solar Photovoltaic Development

2.3.2. Government's Influence on Midstream Industry Remains Prominent

3. Current Development of Key Companies in China's Crystal Silicon Solar Cell and Module Industry

3.1 Development of the Chinese Crystal Silicon Solar Photovoltaic Midstream Industry

3.2 First-tier Crystal Silicon Solar Cell and Module Companies in China

3.2.1 Suntech Power

3.2.2 CSI

3.2.3 JA Solar

3.2.4 Yingli Solar

3.2.5 Trina Solar

3.2.6 Solarfun Power

3.2.7 China Sunergy

3.3 Second-tier Crystal Silicon Solar Cell and Module Companies in China

3.3.1 Changzhou Eging Photovoltaic Technology

3.3.2 Ningbo Solar Electric Power

3.3.3 Sopray Solar

3.3.4 Wuxi Guofei Green Energy Source

3.3.5 Huachang Photovoltaic Technology

3.3.6 Jetion

3.3.7 Eoplly New Energy Technology

3.3.8 Shanghai Solar Energy S&T

3.3.9 CEEG (Shanghai) Solar Science & Technology

3.3.10 Jiangsu Shunfeng Photovoltaic Technology

3.3.11 Jiangsu Feida PV

3.3.12 Avim Solar Production

3.3.13 Wanxiang Solar

3.3.14 ET Solar

3.3.15 Shanghai Topsolar Green Energy

3.4. Conclusion

3.4.1 Integrate Resources, Accelerate Industry Development

3.4.2 Active Government Support

3.4.3 Overseas Deployment Key Factor

4. Current Development of China's Thin-Film Solar Cell Industry: Key Companies and Technology Trends

4.1 Current Status of China's Thin-Film Solar Cell Industry

4.1.1 Industry Scale and Competition

4.1.2 Technology Sources

4.1.3 Technology Deployment

4.2 Thin-Film Solar Cell Companies in China that Have Already Started Trial Production

4.2.1 ENN Solar

4.2.2 Astronergy

4.2.3 QS Solar

4.2.4 Jinneng Solar Cell

4.2.5 Topray Solar

4.2.6 Best Solar

4.2.7 CN Solar Technology

4.2.8 Weihai China Glass Solar

4.2.9 Tianwei Solarfilms

4.2.10 Harbin Keluola Solar Energy Electric

4.2.11 Trony

4.3. Thin-Film Solar Cell Companies in China That Have Not Yet Started Trial Production

4.3.1 Yuanchang

4.3.2 Shanghai Suntech

4.3.3 Yantai Tongyong

4.3.4 Uni-Solar Jinneng

4.3.5 Subsidiary of the Sichuan K&M Group

4.3.6 Shandong Sunvim Solar Technology

4.4 MIC Perspective

4.4.1 China Aims to Maintain Industry Position

4.4.2 a-Si Technology Relatively Mature; Primary Choice of Chinese Thin-Film Companies

5. Development Trends of China's Solar Photovoltaic Industry

5.1 Chinese Solar Photovoltaic Industry Ecosystem Materializing

5.2 Conclusion

Appendix

List of Topics

- Historical development of China's solar photovoltaic industry, including growth factors and the role of the Chinese government in building the industry

- China's solar photovoltaic industry production volume, including solar cells / modules

- Geographical distribution of the industry within China

- Status of up-, mid- and downstream industry segments

- Key companies active in China's industry, including their capital funding and vertical integration efforts

- Overall status of China's crystal silicon solar cell and module industry

- Multi-faceted analysis of the current development of first- and second-tier crystal silicon solar cell and module companies in China's industry, including their capital funding, production capacity, supply chain, product status, R&D operations, cooperation with other companies, sales networks, and client portfolio

- Key factors for the Chinese silicon solar cell and module industry's future development

- Current scope of China's thin-film solar cell industry and key technology sources

- Development of Chinese thin-film solar cell companies that have already started trial production, including their production capacity and technology development

- Development of Chinese thin-film solar cell companies that have not yet started trial production, including their production capacity and technology development

- Complete list of companies appearing in the report, including their English and Chinese names

- Companies and organizations analyzed or mentioned in the report include: Abantia Sun Energy SA, Acciona, Actis China, Aide Solar Energy Technology, Air Product, Ajit Solar, Alberta Research Council, Aleo Solar AG, Amtech Systems, Amur Energy Division, Apolight Hightech, Applied Materials, Arco Energy, ASE Solar Energy, Asia Silicon, Asian Development Bank, Astronergy, Atersa, ATS Automation Tooling Systems, Auchan, Audi, Australia PV Science & Engineering Company, Australia Solar Development Company, Avim Solar Production, Bank of China, Baoding Tianwei, Baoding Tianwei Baobian Electric Co, Baoding Tianwei Solarfilms Co, Becancour Silicon, Beijing Changri New Energy Science & Technology, Beijing Shihua Innovation Technology, Beijing Tian Neng Ying Li New Energy Technology, Best Solar, Bluesun Solar Energy, Boxin Solar Company, BSI, Butasoler, BYD, Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), CEEG (Shanghai) Solar Science & Technology, Central South University, CG Solar, CGT, Changzhou Eging Photovoltaic Technology, Chao Lei Sichuan Industrial, Chaori Solar Energy Science & Technology, China Construction Bank, China Electric Equipment Group, China Electronics Technology Group Co (CETC), China Guangdong Nuclear Energy Development, China Light and Power Holdings(CLP), China Silicon Corporation, China Solar Energy, China Sunergy, Chinaseasun (Beijing) New Energy Power Project Co, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association, Chinese Renewable Energy Society, Chinese United Semiconductor Equipment Manufacturing Inc, Citigroup Venture Capital International Growth Partnership, City Solar AG, CMI, CN Solar Technology, Comtec Solar, Conergy, Crystalox PV Solar, CSG Holding, CSI, CYMI, DAQO Group, DC Chemical, Deutsche Solar, DragonTech Ventures Management Limited, Dupont China, Dutchsolar, Dynamic Green Energy (Jiawei), East China Normal University, EDF Energies Nouvelles, Elecnor, Emei Semiconductor, Energy Research Center of the Netherlands, Enfinity, ENN Solar, Eoplly New Energy Technology, ET Solar, Fidelity Management & Research Company, Fraunhofer Solar Building Information Center (SOBIC), Ganneng, GCL (Jiangsu Zhongneng), Glory Silicon, Goldbeck, Golden Sunshine, Goldman Sachs, Good Energies, Grand Sea Investment Limited, Green Energy Technology, Guangzhou ChienSong Grind Material Co, Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion of China Academy of Science, Guangzhou Research Institute of Non-ferrous Metals, Guolu Solar Energy Science and Technology, Harbin Keluola Solar Energy Electric, HC Solar, Hebei Jinglong, Hebei Zhengyuan Kaixin New Energy S&T Co, Heilongjiang Hanker New Energy Company, Henan Pro-Enertech Co, HHT, Hoku Materials, Home Depot, Hope Solar New Energy , Huachang Photovoltaic Technology, Huantai Silicon, Hubei Feilihua Quartz Glass Co, IBC Solar AG, Ibersolar Energia S.A. , Illias, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), Institute of Electrical Engineering of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Intel, JA Solar, JAFCO Asia Technology Fund II, JC Solar, Jetion, Jiacheng Optoelectronic, Jiangnan University, Jiangsu Dengtai, Jiangsu Feida PV, Jiangsu Huantai, Jiangsu Shunda, Jiangsu Shunfeng Photovoltaic Technology, Jiangsu Sunshine, Jiangsu University, Jiangsu Xiexin Silicon Material, Jiangxi Jingde Semiconductor New Material Co, Jiangxi Sornid, Jiangyin Hairun, Jiaozuo Coal Group Hejing Technique Co, Jinggong, Jinko Solar, Jinneng Solar Cell, Jinzhou Huachang Photovoltaic Technology, Jinzhou Huaxin Silicon Material Trading Department, Johanna Solar Solutions, Konca Solar, Krannich, Kunical International, Laboratory of Solid State Microstructure of Nanjing University, LDK, Leshan Jiayang New Energy, Liaoning Jinhua, Linyang Group, Longi Silicon, Luoyang Single Crystal Silicon, M.SETEK, Martifer Solar, MEMC, Merrill Lynch, Milestone Capital, Ministry of Science and Technology, Motech, Nanjing Linyang, Nanjing University, Nankai University, National Development and Reform Commission, National Laboratory of Solid State Microstructures of Nanjing University, Nenglian Solar, Neo Solar Power Corporation, Ningbo Solar Electric Power, Ningjin Jinglong Zhong'ao Solar, Ningxia Shizuishan, Ningxia Sunshine, Nitol Group LLC, Oerlikon, ORISI Silicon, PEA, Phoenix Photovoltaic, Phoenix Solar, Polar Photovoltaics, Prosperity Lamps and Components, Q-Cell, Qiangsheng Solar (QS Solar), Quoncion, Ravano Green Power, REC, Recurrent Energy, Renesola, S.E. Project S.R.L., Sanjing Silicon Refining, Sanyo , Schuco International KG, Seaquest Ventures Inc, Shandong Sunvim Solar Technology, Shanghai Aerospace Automobile Electromechanical, Shanghai Electric, Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai Jiaoda Nanyang, Shanghai Jiujing Electronic Materials Inc, Shanghai Linyang Solar, Shanghai Shenergy, Shanghai Solar S&T, Shanghai Spruce Renewable Energy Technology, Shanghai Suntech, Shanghai Topsolar Green Energy, Shanghai Zhenglong Technology, Shanxi Tianhong Silicon, Sharp, Shenzhen Sumoncle Solar, Shenzhen Tongchuang Weiye, Shenzhou New Energy Development Company, Shunda, Sichuan Jiannengjia Electric Power, Sichuan K&M Group, Sichuan Yongxiang Co, Sino-American Silicon Products Inc. (SAS), Social Capital S.L., Solar Energy Institute of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Solar Projekt Energy System GmbH, Solarfun, Solargiga Energy, SolarMax, Solarstrom, Solarwatt, Sopray Solar, Stanford University, Sun Oasis, Sun Yat-sen University, Sunlight Group, Sunlin, Sunrise Solartech, Suntaics, Suntech Power, Sunvim Group, Suzhou Good-Ark Electronics, Suzhou Institute of Nano-tech and Nano-bionics of CAS, Sysuns, Tebian Electric Apparatus Silicon (TBEA Silicon), Tempress, Terra Solar, The Institute of Semiconductors of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, The World Bank, Tianjin Elec-Mech International Trade Group Equipment , Tianjin Jinneng Investment Company, Tianwei Baobian , Tianwei New Energy, Tianwei Solarfilms, TKT Power, Tongyong Potovoltaic Energy, Topray, Trina Solar, Trony, Uligon, ULVAC, Uni-Solar Jinneng , United Solar Ovonic, University of New South, Wales, University of New South Wales, University of Toronto, Upsolar, Utrecht University, Volkswagen, Wacker-Schott, Wanxiang Group, Wanxiang Silicon-Peak Electronics, Wanxiang Solar, Weihai China Glass Solar Co, Wuxi Guofei Green Energy Source, Wuxi Zhongcai, Xiangshan Jingbolong Optoelectronics, Xinao Group, Xinde Group, Xinguang Silicon Technology, Xinxiang Limit PowerCo, Xuzhou Zhongneng, Yancheng Dongtou New Energy Equipment, Yichang CSG Polysilicon, Yingli Solar, Yonghua Solar Power Investment, Yongxiang Polysilicon, Yuanchang, Yuhui Solar Energy Source, Yunnan Semiconductor Appliance Plant, Yunnan Tianda Photovoltaic Co, Zhejiang Sino-Italian Photovoltaic. Co., Ltd (SIPV), Zhejiang Xianjin, Zhengzhou University, Zhenjiang Dacheng Silicon Technology Co, Zhongsheng Semiconductor

List of Figures

Figure 1 China Solar Photovoltaic Industry Production Scale, 2006 - 2010

Figure 2 China Solar Photovoltaic Accumulated Device Scale, 1976 - 2007

Figure 3 China Solar Cell / Module Production Volume, 2006 - 2009

Figure 4 Capital Raised in Overseas Stock Markets by Chinese Solar Photovoltaic Companies, 2006 - 2008

Figure 5 Types of Silicon Companies in China, 2009

Figure 6 Vertical Integration of Major Chinese Midstream Solar Photovoltaic Companies, 2010

Figure 7 China Solar Photovoltaic Solar Cell and Module Midstream Companies' Geographical Distribution, 2010

Figure 8 China Solar Photovoltaic Midstream Companies' Production Capacity Utilization, 2006 - 2010

Figure 9 Suntech Power Production Scale, 2003 - 2010

Figure 10 Suntech Power Shipment Share by Region, 2005 - 2010

Figure 11 CSI Production Scale by Product Type, 2009

Figure 12 CSI Shipment Share by Region, 2004 - 2008

Figure 13 Yingli Solar Production Capacity, 2003 - 2010

Figure 14 Trina Solar Production Capacity, 2005 - 2010

Figure 15 Trina Solar Shipment Share by Region, 2005 - 2009

Figure 16 Trina Solar Production Scale by Product Type, 2005 - 2010

Figure 17 Sunergy Production Capacity, 2005 - 2010

Figure 18 Sunergy Shipment Share by Region, 2005 - 2008

List of Tables

Table 1 Historical Development of China's Solar Photovoltaic Industry

Table 2 Key Companies in China's Solar Photovoltaic Industry, 2010

Table 3 Current Status of Key Silicon Material Companies in China's Solar Photovoltaic Industry, 2010

Table 4 Current Status of Key Silicon Wafer Companies in China's Solar Photovoltaic Industry, 2010

Table 5 Vertical Integration of Major Chinese Solar Photovoltaic Companies, 2010

Table 6 Profile of Chinese Solar Photovoltaic Midstream Companies' Strategic Alliances, 2010

Table 7 Current Status of Key Solar PV Cell and Module Companies in China's Solar Photovoltaic Industry, 2010

Table 8 Profile of Chinese Thin Film Solar Cell Companies by Technology Type, 2009

Table 9 China Solar Photovoltaic Midstream Companies' Customers by Geographic Region, 2010

Table 10 First-tier Crystal Silicon Solar Cell/Module Companies in China at Year-end 2008

Table 11 Second-tier Crystal Silicon Solar Cell/Module Companies in China at Year-end 2008

Table 12 Profile of Yingli's Major Clients

Table 13 Development of Thin-Film Solar Cell Companies in China That Had Already Started Trial Production, 2010

Table 14 Development of Thin-Film Solar Cell Companies in China That Have Not Yet Started Trial Production, 2009

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