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Is Japan a New Demand Center for the Global PV Industry?


September 13th, 2012

Global Information Inc. would like to present a new market research report, "The Japan PV Market, 2012-2016: A New Era of Solar or the Beginning of a Boom-Bust Cycle?" by Greentech Media Inc..

In July, 2012, Japans Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry introduced a restructured feed-in tariff in order to spike investments in large-scale renewable energy and solar PV. Market segmentation and development in Japan are anticipated to change significantly in the near future, with residential market share projected to fall sharply by 2013 and shift towards commercial, industrial, and small and large utility markets. These sectors are expected to grow quickly through 2016, creating more room for foreign manufacturers.

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This 41-page report provides in-depth market landscapes as well as an understanding of incentives, value chains, sales channels, market players, projections, and strategies for market entry and survival.

Companies analyzed in this report include Kyocera, Mitsubishi Electric, Solar Frontier, Kaneka, Sharp, Panasonic, CanadianSolar, JA Solar, Trina Solar, Moser Baer, Suntech, and Yingli Solar, among others.


Global Information Inc.(GII) - specializing in market research provision for the vertical industries, GII offers expert independent recommendations of publications from hundreds of the globe's leading market research firms.

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