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CCBJ Vol VII No 07-09: Renewable Energy - Key Issues and Services Markets 2014

A complete review of market drivers, trends and competitor types in the global and U.S. renewable energy segments of the climate change industry, with a focus on wind and solar and on services. CCBJ estimates the global wind energy business at $129 billion and the global solar energy business at $180 billion in 2013, including equipment, power value and services. As recently as 2005 these figures were both on the order of $20 billion, so growth has been significant if not a bit inconsistent over the past decade. (Itemized tables in this edition provide yearly figures in each subcategory.)

The continued advance of wind and solar generation around the globe is welcome news but brings challenges to the grid and those who must manage the intermittency and possible waste of renewably generated power. Technology and service providers continue to find new niches in rapidly evolving markets, and power utilities and policymakers ponder alternate futures as policy and generation mix continues to scramble their traditional business models. This edition contains a review and data on U.S. and global wind and solar markets in 2013 into mid-2014, and expected activity in installations, planning & permitting, design and O&M.

Table of Contents

01.Overview and key issues managing growth and the gridpg 1-8

02.U.S & China Set Records For New PV installed in 2013, while Solar Growth in Europe Falls as Policy Drivers Change.pg 9-14

03.U.S. Wind Industry Booming in 2014 After Bust In 2013pg 15-19

04.Global Wind Market: China leads with record installation in 2013 but slump in US drags down overall growth.pg 19-23

05.Consultants Adjust to Volatile Wind & Solar Markets: A Report on RE Servicespg 23-27

06.Southern California Edison: On the Front Lines of Distributed PV Integrationpg 28-32

07.Regulators Ask Simple Questions But Get Complicated Answers.pg 32-35

08.Profiles: Stem in energy storage, Heliatek in BIPV, RGSE in PV EPC, KiWi in UK DR, Solar Grid Storage and Ice Energy in thermal energy storage.pg 36-46

Exhibits included in this issue:

  • May 11, 2014: Record Production from Wind + PV in Germany
  • Global Wind Energy Market in Revenues, 1992-2014 ($mil)
  • Global & U.S. Wind Energy Markets by Segment: 2011-2013 ($mil)
  • USA Solar Energy Industry in Revenues 2004-2014 ($bil)
  • Global and U.S. Solar Energy Industry by Segment in 2012-2013 ($bil)
  • Demand Response (DR) Capacity by Region in MW, 2014-2022
  • PV Installations by Country, 2011-13 (MW)
  • European Photovoltaic History and Growth Scenarios to 2018
  • U.S. Grid-Connected PV Capacity 2003-2014 (MW)
  • Solar Photovoltaic Installations by State by MW in 2011-2013
  • U.S. Offshore Wind Projects in the Pipeline
  • USA Wind Energy Market in Revenues, 1998-2015 ($mil)
  • USA Wind Power by State in MW: Total and Added in 2012 and 2013
  • Top Wind Turbine Manufacturers in 2013 by MW Installed
  • Wind Capacity & Pipeline in Latin American
  • Offshore Wind Turbine Suppliers: Cumulative as of the End of 2013
  • U.S. Renewable Energy Consulting & Engineering and Construction 2009-2014 ($mil)
  • Southern California Edison's Selected Resources for Local Capacity Requirements
  • Global Wind Energy in MW: 2012-13 New Installations
 

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