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Solar Annual 2012

The Next Wave

Solar Annual 2012: The Next Wave is PHOTON Consulting’s annual industry-leading sector outlook. It is the essential reference tool for solar decision makers and includes detailed, forward projections through 2015 of key sector trends related to supply, demand, cost, price and value capture.

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Authors

Mayank Agrawal | Chris Bolman | Sara Carnahan | Benjamin Merewitz | Gregory Phipps | Michael Rogol | Scott Willhaus | Tanya Xu

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Key content areas
  • Forward-looking analysis of trends, including the rebound from today's excess-capacity, high-inventory market turmoil
  • Robust metrics and data points, rigorous analyses and insightful strategies and tactics to improve profitability
  • Tactics to mitigate risks and unlock new winning strategies
  • Detailed company profiles of 28 potential industry leaders and up-and-coming PV companies

 

 

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  • Forward-looking analysis of trends, including the rebound from today's excess-capacity, high-inventory market turmoil
  • Robust metrics and data points, rigorous analyses and insightful strategies and tactics to improve profitability
  • Tactics to mitigate risks and unlock new winning strategies
  • Detailed company profiles of 28 potential industry leaders and up-and-coming PV companies

 

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