The U.S. Solar Market Annual Review: 2010 Early Results

  • ID: 1411186
  • September 2010
  • Region: Global, United States
  • 37 Pages
  • AltaTerra Research
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For the U.S. solar industry, 2009 represented a period of strong growth in spite of poor economic conditions. In 2010, the industry has seen the emergence of new incentives and policies, which have helped to develop new state solar markets, and further the development of non-photovoltaic solar technologies, particularly concentrating solar power (CSP) and solar thermal collectors.

How has the American solar market developed and grown in 2010 and what can we expect in 2011?

In this online conference, you will hear from Larry Sherwood--arguably the most-cited source of information on U.S. solar markets--about current solar market trends, including preliminary results for 2010 and projections for 2011.

Featuring the latest data on actual installations, this presentation and discussion will address key questions facing solar companies today, including:

- How are sales and installations READ MORE >

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Welcome and Introductions
US Solar Market Data
Scope of Presentation
Grid-Connected Photovoltaics
Cumulative Installations
Installations by Sector
Installation Drivers
Concentrating Solar Power
Solar Heating and Cooling

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