četvrtak, 25. studenoga 2010.


Croatian Center of Renewable Energy Sources (CCRES) promote 10 LARGEST SOLAR PV COMPANIES

Here are the top 10 producers of PV according to a report from Photon International, ranked by actual production. Total global shipments/installation of photovoltaic cells and modules was somewhere in the 7.5-8.5GW range with total production capacity exceeding 12.5GW.

The top 10 Solar PV manufacturers are:

1) 1100.0 MW First Solar

2) 704.0 MW Suntech

3) 595.0 MW Sharp

4) 586.0 MW Q-Cells

5) 525.3 MW Yingli

6) 520.0 MW JA Solar

7) 400.0 MW Kyocera

8) 399.0 MW Trina Solar

9) 397.0 MW SunPower

10) 368.0 MW Gintech

Thin films represented 16.8% of total global production, up from 12.5% .More info at http://solarserdar.blogspot.com/.
The top ten (thirteen - the last four are tied) thin-film producers were:

1) 1100.0 MW First Solar

2) 123.4 MW United Solar Ovonic

3) 94.0 MW Sharp

4) 60.0 MW Sunfilm1

5) 50.0 MW Trony

6) 43.0 MW Solar Frontier

7) 42.0 MW Mitsubishi

8) 40.0 MW Kaneka

9) 40.0 MW Moser Baer

10) 30.0 MW Würth Solar

11) 30.0 MW Bosch (formerly Ersol)

12) 30.0 MW EPV

13) 30.0 MW Solyndra

More info at http://solarserdar.wordpress.com/

Croatian Center of Renewable Energy Sources (CCRES)

Zeljko Serdar
Head of business association


1 komentar:

  1. The role of wind and solar in electricity production will increase more rapidly compared to other renewable sources. The energy market transformation from an energy optimized to capacity-optimized system is expected when the share of intermittent or uncontrollable electricity becomes large enough. Bioenergy, in its various forms, can eventually contribute to balancing the electricity grid as an effective, low carbon and low cost grid management and energy storage option. Seasonality, i.e. energy demand fluctuations in the winter and summer seasons, is one of the key challenges for future smart energy system management, which will have various consequences for optimization in various parts of Europe and globally. This represents a clear synergy in seasonal balancing between photovoltaics and biomass, especially in connection to biomass CHP.