Solar energy has become one of the fastest growing technologies in the global energy industry as a consequence of rising energy prices, volatility of fuel costs, and government incentives for renewable energy. Globally, cumulative photovoltaic (PV) solar installations reached XX,XXX MW in 2011. Europe was the primary location for PV installations. However, North America and Asia-Pacific are projected to be the regions that will have an increased installed capacity during the forecast period. In terms of revenue, the PV market generated $XX.X billion in 2011. This research service analyzes the global solar power market. Revenue and installed capacity forecasts to 2016 are included, along with the drivers and restraints for market growth. The study is segmented into photovoltaic (PV) and concentrating solar power (CSP) systems. Regional analyses also are provided for North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World.
John Doe is an independent market research and consulting analyst focusing on the renewable energy market. As a Senior Analyst with Company ABC, Mr. Doe has completed several research studies and consulting projects on solar power, wind energy, syngas gasification, biomass for power generation, and other renewable energy technologies. He has established a solid and valuable network of industry players throughout various energy markets. He also has previous related experience in energy utilities.
Mr. Doe has received acclaim for his research through articles and quotes published in various industry journals as well as interviews with the media. He was invited to the American Energy Conference as a Keynote Speaker and as a Speaker to the Renewable Energy Conference.
Mr. Doe earned his Master in International Studies from University of ABC and a Bachelor of Political Science from University of DEF.