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Clean Energy Technologies - Global Strategic Business Report

  • Published: April 2010
  • Region: Global
  • 310 Pages
  • Global Industry Analysts, Inc

This report analyzes the Global market for Clean Energy Technologies in US$ Billion by the following segments: Wind Power, Solar Power, Biofuels, and Fuel Cells.

Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2006 through 2015.

The report profiles 59 companies including Abengoa Bioenergy Corporation, ACCIONA Energía SA, ACCIONA Solar Power Inc., Ballard Power Systems Inc., BP Solar International Inc., First Solar LLC, GE Energy, Kyocera Solar Inc., Mariah Power, Nordex AG, Sharp Corporation, Siemens Energy, and Solar Systems Pty Ltd.

Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research.

Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.

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I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1
Disclaimers I-2
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-3
Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3
Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3
1. Wind Power I-3
2. Solar Power I-4
3. Bio Fuel/Bio Energy I-4
4. Fuel Cells I-4

II. Executive Summary

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1
A Prelude II-1
Market Opportunity II-1
Table 1: Global Energy Market (2006 & 2030): Percentage Share
Breakdown of Consumption by Type of Energy Source (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-2
A Healthy Price For Carbon Emissions Is Necessary II-2
Asia Will Lead Global Clean Tech Market in Future II-2
Wind & Solar Power Sector Continues to Grow II-3
Table 2: Global Wind Power Market (2008): Percentage Share
Breakdown of New Installed Capacity by Country (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-4

Table 3: Average Installed Capacity Per Wind Turbine (2007)
By Select Country (In KW) (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-4
Current Market Conditions II-5
Impact of Recession II-5
A Realistic Evaluation of the Market Through History II-5
Investment Opportunities in Clean Tech Sector II-6
US, China Will Lead Growth in Clean Tech II-6
Clean Technologies Becomes a Popular VC Investment Area II-6
Table 4: Global Clean Tech Market: Breakdown of Venture
Capital Investments by Sector for Q4 2008 (in US$ Millions)
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-7
Private Equity Becomes the Cynosure of All Eyes II-8
Deals & Investments in Clean Tech Industry II-8
Consolidation Activity in Clean Tech Industry II-8
Debt Offerings Gains Over Equity Offerings II-9
Rise in Venture Capital/ Private Equity Funding II-9
Investments Surge in Asia-Pacific and Europe II-9
Market Trends & Issues II-10
Environmental Benefits: A Fundamental Growth Driver II-10
Energy Efficiency Leads the Boom As Clean-Tech Takes Off II-10
Clean Technologies Gains Critical Mass II-10
Strong Political Thrust Will Propel Clean Technologies to
New Levels II-10
Rapid Advances in Clean Technologies Appeal to Multiple Markets II-11
Next-Generation Clean Energy Technologies In a “Take-Off” Phase II-11
Business Enterprises Increase Clean Tech Expenditure II-12
Startups Seeks Alternative Strategies As Cleantech Funding
Slows II-12
Cost Competition from Traditional Energy Sources II-12
Increasing Role of Public Sector II-13
Marketing will Don An Important Role In Clean-Tech Sector II-13
Wind Stocks Resuscitate, While Thin-Film PV Descend II-13
Electric Cars Gives Way for Smart Mobility II-13
Overcapacity, Overinvestment will Fan Consolidation Drive II-14
Rising Investments in Energy Efficiency ICT Solutions II-14
Key Challenges to Market II-14
Clean Technology Economics Is A Long-Term Initiative II-14
Delays in Climate Change Covenant II-15
Rising Concerns Over Natural Resource Depletion May Eclipse
Clean Tech Projects II-15
Clean Tech Investments May be Poorly Executed II-15
Regulatory Overview II-16
United States II-16
Spain II-17
Germany II-17
China II-17
Clean Technology Goals and Regulations II-17

2. REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE II-19
UNITED STATES II-19
Market Overview II-19
Policies II-19
Clean Energy: A Key to Boost American Economy II-19
Success Requires Innovation, Cost Competitiveness and
Global Expansion II-20
US, China Get their Acts Together II-20
Wind Power II-21
Key Statistical Findings: II-21
Table 5: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Clean Technologies by End-Use Application - Buildings,
Transportation, Energy, and Other Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Billions for the Years
2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-21

Table 6: US 10-Year Perspective for Clean Technologies by
End-Use Application- Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales
for Buildings, Transportation, Energy, and Other Markets for
Years 2006, 2009, and 2015 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-22

Table 7: North America Cleantech Market: Annual Venture
Investments in US$ Millions for the years 2002 through 2008
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-22

Table 8: US Cleantech Market: Number of Cleantech Deals and
Investments in US$ Millions for the year 2000 through third
quarter 2007(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-23

Table 9: Leading Cleantech Investors in the US for the year
2007 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-23

Table 10: North America Photovoltaic Solar Power Market
(2007): Percentage Share Breakdown of Sales by Key
Players(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-24

Table 11: North America Wind Generators Market (2007):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Sales by Key Players
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-24
Europe II-24
Market Overview II-24
Wind Power II-24
Table 12: Europe Wind Power Market (2007 & 2008): Breakdown
of New Installed Capacity for Top 5 Countries (in MW)
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-25

Table 13: European Electric Vehicles Infrastructure Market
(2005): Percentage Share Breakdown of Energy Resource in the
Renewable Primary Energy Production (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-25
Finland II-25
Market Overview II-25
Finland to Lower Traffic Emissions Using Biofuels II-26
Progress with Biofuel Production II-26
Outlook II-27
Table 14: Electricity Production in Finland: Percentage
Share Breakdown by Form of Energy for the year 2006
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-27
Germany II-27
United Kingdom II-28
Clean Technology - Pivotal for the UK’s Economy and
Environment II-28
Wind Energy II-28
Asia-Pacific II-29
China II-29
Market Overview II-29
China Rises to Clean Energy Opportunity II-29
China to Lead Climate Change through Bilateral Agreements II-29
Wind Energy Segment II-30
Solar Energy Segment II-30
Hydro Energy Segment II-31
Bio Energy Segment II-31
Clean Coal II-31
Carbon Credits II-32
Key Statistics: II-32
Table 15: Wind Power Market in China (2006): Percentage
Share Breakdown of Revenues by Player (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-32

Table 16: Solar Power Market in China (2006): Percentage
Share Breakdown of Revenues by Player (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-33
India II-33
Market Overview II-33
Role of Government II-33
Indonesia II-34
World Bank Offers Indonesia Up To $300 million for Clean
Technology II-34
New Zealand & Australia II-34
Market Overview II-34
Table 17: Renewable Power Market in New Zealand & Australia
(2006): Percentage Share Breakdown of Installed Capacity
by Technology (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-34

Table 18: Wind Power Market in New Zealand & Australia
(2006): Percentage Share Breakdown of Installed Capacity
by Player (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-35

Table 19: Wind Power Market in New Zealand & Australia
(2006): Breakdown of Installed Capacity by Output
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-35

Table 20: Wind Power Market in New Zealand & Australia
(2006): Percentage Share Breakdown of Installed Capacity
by End-User Segment II-35

Table 21: Solar PV Power Market in New Zealand & Australia
(2006): Percentage Share Breakdown of Installed Capacity
by Player (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-36

Table 22: Solar PV Power Market in New Zealand & Australia
(2006): Breakdown of Installed Capacity by Output (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-36

Table 23: Solar PV Power Market in New Zealand & Australia
(2006): Percentage Share Breakdown of Installed Capacity
by End-User Segment (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-37
Rest of World II-37
Israel II-37
Market Overview II-37
Israeli Clean Technology Companies Excel Despite Recession II-37
Key Statistics: II-38
Table 24: Latin America Wind Energy Market (2006):
Breakdown of Installed Capacity by Country (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-38

Table 25: Renewable Energy Market in South Africa (2006):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Revenues by Application
Segment (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-38

3. PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-39
Clean Technology II-39
Clean Energy II-39
Wind Power II-39
Solar Power II-40
Bio Fuel/Bio Energy II-40
Fuel Cells II-40

4. PRODUCT INNOVATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS II-41
GE Energy Launches ‘WindINERTIA’ II-41
GE Energy Rolls Out ‘WindLAYOUT’ II-41
Sharp to Launch New Residential Solar Power Generation
Systems in Japan II-41
Sharp to Launch Multitude of All-New Outdoor LED Lighting
Products II-42
Kyocera Releases New Standard SCADA/RTU-Equipped Solar Power
Systems II-42
GE Energy to Introduce 2.5 MW Wind Turbine in North American
Market II-42
GE Energy Introduces New Upgraded WindBOOST™ Control System II-43
Evergreen Solar and RMT Signs Co-Marketing Agreement II-43
Evergreen Solar to Unveil All-New Black-Framed String Ribbon™
Solar Panels II-43
Mariah Power Launches New Edition of WINDSPIRE® II-43
Magenn Power Introduces Air Rotor System II-44
Siemens Rolls Out SWT-2.3-101 Wind Turbine II-44
ACCIONA Windpower Launches All-New 3MW Wind Turbine II-44
AMSC Introduces New Power Converter, the PowerModule PM3000W II-45
Evergreen Solar Plans to Launch String Ribbon™ Solar Panels II-45
Kyocera Introduces New Generation Solar Modules II-45
Evergreen Unveils ESA-Series String Ribbon™ Solar Panels II-46
Toyota Unveils Cutting-Edge Fuel Cell Hybrid Vehicle II-46

5. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-47
Gamesa and CGN Enter Into Deal for Development of Wind Farms
in China II-47
UD and Gamesa Ink a Deal to Set Up Wind Turbine II-47
FuelCell Sells Direct FuelCell® Power Facility to Sonoma County II-47
SIT Merges with ECD II-48
Duke Energy to Acquire North Allegheny Windpower Project II-48
AREVA, Duke Energy, SODI, UniStar and USEC Collaborate II-48
Duke Energy Inks MOU with China Huaneng Group II-49
Siemens Energy Wins Turnkey Contract for Construction of
Photovoltaic Plant from Statkraft II-49
Siemens Opens One More Wind Power Training Center II-49
Shell Renews Partnership with Codexis to Accelerate Launch of
Latest Biofuel II-50
Shell Pioneers Commercialization of Gasoline Mixed with
Advanced Biofuel II-50
Ocean Power Collaborates with Lockheed Martin for Utility-
Grade Renewable Power Project II-51
Iowa Enters Into Deal with POET II-51
Marine Current Turbines Enters Into a Deal with MBPP II-51
HDR Takes Over DTA II-52
Voith Hydro and RWE Innogy Enter Into Joint Venture II-52
Suzlon Energy Australia Enters Into an Alliance with AGL Energy II-52
Suzlon Purchases Martifer Stake in REpower II-52
Siemens Inaugurates Headquarters in Hamburg II-53
Siemens Builds Photovoltaic Facility in Italy II-53
Siemens to Construct Wind Turbine Production Plant II-53
EnBW Inks Deal with Siemens II-53
POET Setups Second Ethanol Production Facility II-53
ACCIONA Inaugurates CSP Facility in Spain II-54
ACCIONA Opens Its Wind Farm in Oklahoma II-54
ACCIONA Inaugurates Wind Park Facility in South Korea II-54
ACCIONA Commences Work on Its Third CSP Facility in Spain II-54
Mitsubishi Inks a Deal with ACCIONA II-55
ACCIONA to Construct Wind Park in Mexico II-55
AEP and Duke to Enter Into a Joint Venture II-55
Iron Capital Takes Over EnviroTech II-55
AMSC Secures Turnkey D-VAR ® Order from Basin Electric II-56
AMSC and U.S. Department of Energy Sign Cooperative R&D
Agreement II-56
Alstom, TCM and StatoilHydro Strike Strategic Alliance for
CO2 Capture Plant II-56
ACCIONA Plans to Invest in Two Wind Power Parks II-57
Air Products Plans to Build Hydrogen Fuelling Plant for
Comhairle’s H2seed Project II-57
ACCIONA Builds Five Solar Parks II-57
ACCIONA Energy Plans to Construct Two Solar Thermal Facilities II-58
ACCIONA Wins 30MW Wind Park Construction Deal from NSPI II-58
ACCIONA Opens World’s Largest Solar Thermal Power Plant ‘NSO’ II-59
ACCIONA Opens First Biofuel Service Station II-59
Centrica Takes Over Solar Technologies II-59
CleanTech Biofuels Takes Over Biomass North America II-60
GreenMan Sells Two Tire-Recycling Companies to Liberty Tire
Services II-60
Lam Research to Acquire SEZ Group II-60
CleanTech Biofuels Inks a Deal with Terra Vista II-61
Mekorot Inks a Deal with Lesico CleanTech II-61
Ecosphere Technologies Announces Water Recycling Agreement in
Arkoma and Woodford Basins II-61
Chevron and Weyerhaeuser Launch Cleantech Biofuel Joint Venture II-61
Capstone Enters Distributor Agreement with STS II-62
Ultra Clean Technology Partners with Photon Dynamics for
Offering Turnkey Process Module II-62
Cleantech Group Announces Partnership with California Israel
Chamber of Commerce II-62
Cleantech Group and NVCA Sign Partnership to Step up Launch
of Cleantech Investment Category II-63
ACCIONA Opens New Facility for Production of Wind Turbines II-63
Horizon Wind Energy Enters Wind Turbine Service and Supply
Agreement with GE Energy II-63
Gamesa Secures Multiple Orders from Longyuan II-64
Morgan Stanley Completes Acquisition of NGEN Partners LLC II-64
Gamesa Signs New Agreement with EUFER for Installation of
Additional 34Mw II-64
AREVA and Duke Energy Form JV, ADAGE™ II-64
ICP Solar Agrees to Sell Sunsei® Vents to Leading RV
Manufacturer II-65
ICP Solar Signs Contract with Pro Sport Expanding its
Distribution Network II-65
ICP Solar Takes Over WES Power II-65
ICP Solar Inks Supply Deal with SCHOTT Solar GmbH II-66
Duke Energy Acquires Catamount Energy Corporation II-66
Enbridge Teams Up with FuelCell for First DFC-ERG Plant II-66
Ballard Inks Supply Deal for Telecom Supplemental Power
Applications in India II-67
Ballard Inks Service Support Agreement with Daimler AG II-67
Ballard to Provide Supplemental Power to BC Hydra for
Deployment in Bella Coola II-68
Raymond Corp Inks Joint Development Deal with Ballard Power II-68
HTC Hydrogen Changes Name to ‘HTC Purenergy Inc’ II-68
Evergreen Solar Inks Two Agreements for Supply of STRING
RIBBON™ Solar Panels II-68
Evergreen Solar Inks Two Agreements for Supply of Solar Panels II-69
BP Solar Power Systems to Power Wal-Mart Stores II-69
BlueFire and Ubiex Sign PSA to Develop Cellulosic Ethanol Plant II-69
First Solar Installs Thin Film Photovoltaic Power Facility
for Sempra Generation II-70
Shell Signs 6 New Research Deals with Worldwide Experts in
Academics II-70
Shell Extends Alliance with Iogen to Accelerate Development
of Cellulosic Ethanol II-71
Ormat Secures Geothermal Power Station Contract in Turkey II-71
Sharp Plans to Ink JV with Enel over Photovoltaic Power
Production II-72
Sharp and Kansai Electric Agree to Collaborate over Mega
Solar Power Production II-72
Akeena and Kyocera Ink Manufacturing Partnership II-72
IdaTech Receives 35-Unit Order for XTi Fuel Cell Systems from
US Telecom Company II-73
POET Inaugurates Ethanol Facility in Ohio II-73
Suzlon and REpower Create Renewable Energy Technology Center II-74
ABF Signs Supply and Collaboration Deal with Mascoma II-74
Finavera Divests Stake in Ghost Pine Wind Project II-74
Konarka Signs Strategic Bilateral R&D and Collaboration Deals
with Total II-74
Siemens Plans to Setup Wind Turbine R&D Center in Colorado II-75

6. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS II-76
Abengoa Bioenergy Corporation (USA) II-76
ACCIONA Energía SA (Spain) II-76
ACCIONA Solar Power Inc (USA) II-76
Ballard Power Systems Inc (Canada) II-76
BP Solar International Inc (USA) II-77
First Solar LLC (USA) II-77
GE Energy (USA) II-77
Kyocera Solar Inc (USA) II-77
Mariah Power (USA) II-78
Nordex AG (Germany) II-78
Sharp Corporation (Japan) II-78
Siemens Energy (Germany) II-78
Solar Systems Pty Ltd. (Australia) II-79

7. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-80
Table 26: Global Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Clean Energy Technology by Type - Wind Power, Solar
Photovoltaics, Biofuels, and Fuel Cells Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Billion for Years
2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-80

Table 27: Global 10-Year Perspective for Clean Energy
Technology by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for
Wind Power, Solar Photovoltaics, Biofuels, and Fuel Cells
Markets for Years 2006, 2009, and 2015 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-81

III. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Total Companies Profiled: 59 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 64)

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Region/Country Players
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The United States 29
Canada 2
Japan 5
Europe 14
France 2
Germany 5
The United Kingdom 3
Spain 2
Rest of Europe 2
Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) 14
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