Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Building Integrated Photovoltaics Markets - 2012" report to their offering.
Building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) represents the merging of the building materials and solar panel business, with the "integration" part of the equation implying everything from novel forms of attachment to a building through to full-scale monolithic integration of PV layers into a tile or window.
NanoMarkets has been covering the BIPV market now for more than six years and has published numerous industry analysis reports in this space. We believe that BIPV will prove to be a pathway to creating far larger addressable markets for PV in the future. The BIPV concept will also enable the solar panel industry to create products with higher value added and wider profit margins than the now highly commoditized conventional panels.
In this eight-year market forecast report, NanoMarkets brings together all of our industry analysis to paint a complete quantitative picture of where the BIPV industry is today and where it is headed in the next eight years. The report covers the BIPV roof, BIPV wall and BIPV glass categories and all of the products that make them up; twelve different BIPV products. Projections are also provided for BIPV products with breakouts by the type of building into which they are sold, the region of the world into which they are sold, and the types of materials that they use.
Key Topics Covered:
Chapter One: Forecasting Assumptions and Methodology
1.1 Background to this Report
1.2 General Forecasting Philosophy
1.3 Macroeconomic and Regulatory Assumptions
1.4 Pricing Assumptions and Units of Measurement
1.5 Sources of Information
1.6 Alternative Scenarios
1.7 Scope and Limitations of this Report
Chapter Two: Eight-Year Forecasts of BIPV Products by Type
2.1 Forecast of BIPV as Share of Total PV Market
2.2 Forecast of Non-Glass BIPV Roofing Markets
2.3 Forecast of BIPV Wall Markets
2.4 BIPV Glass
2.5 Summary of BIPV Industry Revenues by Product Type
Chapter Three: Eight-Year Forecasts of BIPV Products by End User Markets
3.1 BIPV: Types of End User Markets
3.2 Forecast of BIPV Revenues by Type of Building
3.3 Forecast of BIPV by Retrofit versus New Construction: By Type of BIPV Product
3.4 Forecasts of BIPV Roofing by Region: By Type of BIPV Product
Chapter Four: Eight-Year Forecasts of BIPV Products by Major Materials Used
4.1 Forecast of Absorber Materials
4.2 Encapsulation Materials for BIPV Panels