Western Balkan Countries Photovoltaic (Solar PV) Market: Outlook 2016 - 2025

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This market report offers an incisive and reliable overview of the photovoltaic sector of Western Balkans countries for the period 2016 - 2025. Newly installed PV capacity in this region will exceed 3.4 GW in the next 5 years. The number of fully permitted and ready to build projects is promptly increasing. Rooftop market segment in many countries is not developed and forecasted to score significant growth in the near future. The report provides a complete picture of the market situation, dynamics, risks, current issues and future prospects. You will find 300 pages of valuable information in this unique in-depth analysis of the Western Balkans countries photovoltaic market.

With comprehensive market data this report brings clear and concise insights, to help investors, manufacturers and service providers in their decision making process. As 2015 and 2016 were challenging years for photovoltaic industry, the time for taking right decisions during 2017 and the next few years is limited. Fast changing market environment, requires relevant and accurate information.

Reasons to buy this market report are, but not limited to:

  • Solar resource potential in Western Balkans countries
  • Historical market data provided from 2000 to 2016 and forecasts until 2025
  • Overview of Western Balkans photovoltaic market development 2000 - 2025 by countries
  • Development scenario of Western Balkans photovoltaic sector until 2025
  • Major active and upcoming photovoltaic plants in Western Balkans
  • Attractiveness indices for photovoltaic investments in Western Balkans
  • SWOT Analysis (detailed in 5 pages)
  • Overview of Western Balkans legal and regulatory framework for RES generation by countries
  • Project developers, EPC providers and Consultants in Western Balkans countries
  • Key organizations and stakeholders affecting development of the photovoltaic sector by countries
  • Comprehensive review of smart grid development in Western Balkans countries
  • Investment potential and opportunities
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"FOREWORD
1. METHODOLOGY
1.1. Methodology
1.2. Limitations
2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
3. EUROPEAN UNION RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY LANDSCAPE
3.1. RES Regulations and EU Directives affecting Western Balkan countries
3.1.1. Precedent EU regulations
3.2. Renewable energy mandatory targets for EU member states from Western Balkan countries set out by the EU
3.2.1. Interim targets set out by the EU
3.2.2. National support schemes flexibility allowed by the EU and progress reporting
3.3. Energy Community (EC) Treaty
3.4. EU 2030 framework for climate and energy policies
3.3.1. Targets
3.3.2. Coherence of policy instruments
3.3.3. Fostering the competitiveness of the EU economy
3.5. European Union Energy Roadmap 2050
3.6. NATURA 2000 Network
3.7. PV GRID Project
3.8. PV CROPS Project
3.9. EU Antidumping duties and restrictions against Chinese PV modules
3.10. Guidance of EU Commission for state intervention in electricity
4. WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES ENERGY MARKET
4.1. General electricity market information
4.2. Photovoltaics (Solar PV) in the energy sector
5. WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES SOLAR RESOURCE POTENTIAL AND MAPPING
6. WORLD PHOTOVOLTAIC ENERGY MARKET
6.1. PV modules and PV systems costs
6.2. Market overview
6.3. Future development trends
7. EUROPEAN PHOTOVOLTAIC ENERGY MARKET
8. WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES PHOTOVOLTAIC ENERGY MARKET
8.1. Market overview
8.2. Future Development Trends
9. COUNTRY PROFILES
9.1. ALBANIA
9.1.1. Albania Photovoltaic Energy Market Overview
9.1.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.1.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating photovoltaic projects
9.1.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.1.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.2. BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
9.2.1. Bosnia and Herzegovina Photovoltaic Energy Market Overview
9.2.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.2.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating photovoltaic projects
9.2.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.2.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.3. BULGARIA
9.3.1. Bulgaria Photovoltaic Energy Market Overview
9.3.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.3.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating photovoltaic projects
9.3.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.3.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.4. CROATIA
9.4.1. Croatia Photovoltaic Energy Market Overview
9.4.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.4.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating photovoltaic projects
9.4.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.4.5. Regulatory Framework for Rooftop Photovoltaic and Net Metering
9.4.6. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.5. GREECE
9.5.1. Greece Photovoltaic Energy Market Overview
9.5.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.5.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating photovoltaic projects
9.5.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.5.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.6. KOSOVO
9.6.1. Kosovo Photovoltaic Energy Market Overview
9.6.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.6.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating photovoltaic projects
9.6.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.6.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.7. MACEDONIA (FYROM)
9.7.1. Macedonia Photovoltaic Energy Market Overview
9.7.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.7.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating photovoltaic projects
9.7.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.7.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.8. MONTENEGRO
9.8.1. Montenegro Photovoltaic Energy Market Overview
9.8.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.8.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating photovoltaic projects
9.8.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.8.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.9. ROMANIA
9.9.1. Romania Photovoltaic Energy Market Overview
9.9.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.9.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating photovoltaic projects
9.9.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.9.5. Regulatory Framework for Rooftop Photovoltaic and Net Metering
9.9.6. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.10. SERBIA
9.10.1. Serbia Photovoltaic Energy Market Overview
9.10.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.10.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating photovoltaic projects
9.10.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.10.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.11. SLOVENIA
9.11.1. Slovenia Photovoltaic Energy Market Overview
9.11.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.11.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating photovoltaic projects
9.11.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.11.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.12. TURKEY
9.12.1. Turkey Photovoltaic Energy Market Overview
9.12.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.12.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating photovoltaic projects
9.12.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.12.5. Regulatory Framework for Rooftop Photovoltaic and Net Metering
9.12.6. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
10. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SUPPORT SCHEMES IN WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES. FEED-IN TARIFFS AND GREEN CERTIFICATES
11. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF MANDATORY CAPACITY GENERATION TARGETS IN WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES
12. ELECTRICITY GRID NETWORK IN WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES
12.1. Transmission System Operators (TSO’s)
12.2. Distribution System Operators (DSO’s)
12.3. Grid connection constraints
13. SMART GRID DEVELOPMENT IN WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES
13.1. Smart grid and Super Smart Grid Concept
13.2. Smart grid support initiatives in Western Balkan countries
14. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE. PROJECT DEVELOPERS AND INVESTORS IN WESTERN BALKANS PHOTOVOLTAIC ENERGY MARKET
15. EPC PROVIDERS, EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS AND CONSULTANTS IN WESTERN BALKANS PHOTOVOLTAIC ENERGY MARKET
16. SWOT ANALYSIS OF WESTERN BALKANS PHOTOVOLTAIC ENERGY MARKET
17. RISKS ABOUT PHOTOVOLTAIC INVESTMENTS IN WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES
18. INVESTMENT TRENDS, POTENTIAL AND OPPORTUNITIES IN WESTERN BALKANS PHOTOVOLTAIC ENERGY MARKET
19. CONCLUSIONS
20. LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
21. REFERENCES
22. DISCLAIMER
23. APPENDIX I. SOLAR MAPS OF EUROPE AND WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES

MAP 1: Solar resource potential of Western Balkan countries
MAP 2: Solar irradiation and solar electricity potential for horizontally mounted photovoltaic modules in Albania
MAP 3: Solar irradiation and solar electricity potential for horizontally mounted photovoltaic modules in Bosnia and Herzegovina
MAP 4: Solar irradiation and solar electricity potential for horizontally mounted photovoltaic modules in Bulgaria
MAP 5: Solar irradiation and solar electricity potential for horizontally mounted photovoltaic modules in Croatia
MAP 6: Solar irradiation and solar electricity potential for horizontally mounted photovoltaic modules in Greece
MAP 7: Solar irradiation and solar electricity potential for horizontally mounted photovoltaic modules in Macedonia (FYROM)
MAP 8: Solar irradiation and solar electricity potential for horizontally mounted photovoltaic modules in Montenegro
MAP 9: Solar irradiation and solar electricity potential for horizontally mounted photovoltaic modules in Romania
MAP 10: Solar irradiation and solar electricity potential for horizontally mounted photovoltaic modules in Serbia
MAP 11: Solar irradiation and solar electricity potential for horizontally mounted photovoltaic modules in Slovenia
MAP 12: Solar irradiation and solar electricity potential for horizontally mounted photovoltaic modules in Turkey
MAP 13: The European Network of Transmission System Operators (TSO’s) for Electricity (ENTSO-E), 2016
MAP 14: Map of RWE Group Operations in Western Balkan countries
MAP 15: Map of CEZ Group Operations in Western Balkan countries
MAP 16: Smart Grid Projects Map in Europe 2016, JRC
MAP 17: Solar irradiation and solar electricity potential for optimally inclined photovoltaic modules in Europe
MAP 18: Solar irradiation and solar electricity potential for horizontally mounted photovoltaic modules in Europe

Chart 1: Physical energy flows values in GW in Western Balkan countries 2016
Chart 2: Share of renewables in electricity generation in selected Western Balkan countries, 2016 (in %), EuroStat
Chart 3: Forecast for RES generation capacity by source type in the EU to 2020 and 2030 (in GW), ENTSO-E
Chart 4: Power generation capacities added in the EU 27 in 2016 (MW)
Chart 5: Net power generation capacities added in the EU 27 in 2016 (MW)
Chart 6: PV contribution to the electricity demand in the EU 27 in 2016 (in %)
Chart 7: Net generation capacity added in the EU 27 2000-2016 (GW)
Chart 8: PV module price trends from 2008 to 2016 (€/Wp)
Chart 9: PV system price evolution (€/Wp) in 2016
Chart 10: Global Cumulative Installed Photovoltaic (solar PV) capacity 2000 ÷ 2016 in MW
Chart 11: Global PV cumulative installed capacity share in 2016 (MW; %)
Chart 12: PV market share outside Europe in 2016 (MW; %)
Chart 13: Global annual PV market forecast 2000 - 2025 (in MW)
Chart 14: Global Rooftop Photovoltaic Development Scenario 2016 - 2025
Chart 15: European PV markets split 2016 (in MW and %)
Chart 16: Top 5 European residential PV markets in 2016 (in %)
Chart 17: Top 5 European ground mounted PV markets in 2016 (in %)
Chart 18: European annual photovoltaic market forecast until 2025 (in MW)
Chart 19: Cumulative developments of photovoltaic power plants in Western Balkan countries in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 20: Cumulative developments of photovoltaic power plants in Albania in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 21: Cumulative developments of photovoltaic power plants in Bosnia and Herzegovina in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 22: Bulgarian RES targets in % set by the EU
Chart 23: Cumulative developments of photovoltaic power plants in Bulgaria in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 24: Cumulative developments of photovoltaic power plants in Croatia in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 25: Cumulative developments of photovoltaic power plants in Greece in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 26: Cumulative developments of photovoltaic power plants in Kosovo in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 27: Cumulative developments of photovoltaic power plants in Macedonia in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 28: Cumulative developments of photovoltaic power plants in Montenegro in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 29: Cumulative developments of photovoltaic power plants in Romania in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 30: Cumulative developments of photovoltaic power plants in Serbia in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 31: Cumulative developments of photovoltaic power plants in Slovenia in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 32: Cumulative developments of photovoltaic power plants in Turkey in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 33: Mandatory capacity generation targets for share of renewable energies in Western Balkan countries from 2005 to 2025
Chart 34: Forecast for total Net Generation Capacity in the EU by source type 2016 - 2030
Chart 35: Smart Grid Model Concept
Chart 36: Cumulative number of smart grid projects in selected Western Balkan countries compared to average EU number, 2000 ÷ 2016
Chart 37: Cumulative budget of smart grid projects in selected Western Balkan countries compared to average EU numbers, 2000 ÷ 2016

Table 1: Top 10 countries by newly installed PV capacity in MW in 2016
Table 2: Support schemes for RES generation in the EU countries
Table 3: Albanian Annual Solar Radiation Hours by City
Table 4: Database with selected operational, under construction and planned photovoltaic projects in Albania
Table 5: Feed-in-tariffs for electricity from photovoltaic energy in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Table 6: Database with selected operational, under construction and planned photovoltaic projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Table 7: Database with selected operational photovoltaic projects in Bulgaria
Table 8: Feed-in-tariffs for electricity from photovoltaic energy in Bulgaria
Table 9: Feed-in-tariffs for electricity from photovoltaic energy in Croatia for up to 1 MW installed capacity
Table 10: Feed-in-tariffs for electricity from photovoltaic energy in Croatia for above 1 MW installed capacity
Table 11: Feed-in-tariffs for electricity from photovoltaic energy in Croatia for building integrated and rooftop installations with up to 1 MW installed capacity
Table 12: Database with selected operational, under construction and planned photovoltaic projects in Croatia
Table 13: Feed-in-tariffs for electricity from photovoltaic energy in Greece
Table 14: Database with selected operational, under construction and planned photovoltaic projects in Greece
Table 15: Feed-in-tariffs for electricity from photovoltaic energy in FYR of Macedonia
Table 16: Database with selected operational, under construction and planned photovoltaic projects in Macedonia (FYROM)
Table 17: Database with selected operational, under construction and planned photovoltaic projects in Romania
Table 18: Green certificates for electricity from renewable sources in Romania
Table 19: Feed-in-tariffs for electricity from photovoltaic energy in Serbia
Table 20: Database with selected operational, under construction and planned photovoltaic projects in Serbia
Table 21: Feed-in-tariffs for electricity from rooftop photovoltaic energy in Slovenia
Table 22: Feed-in-tariffs for electricity from ground-mounted photovoltaic energy in Slovenia
Table 23: Database with selected operational, under construction and planned photovoltaic projects in Slovenia
Table 24: Database with selected operational, under construction and planned photovoltaic projects in Turkey
Table 25: Feed-in-tariffs for electricity from renewable sources in Turkey
Table 26: Additional incentives to Feed-in-tariffs for electricity from solar PV sources in Turkey for domestic procurement
Table 27: Support schemes in Western Balkan countries. Comparative Analysis 2017
Table 28: Grid connection and access regimes in Europe, 2016
Table 29: List of TSO's in Western Balkan countries 2016
Table 30: RWE Group position on individual markets (by sales) in 2016
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