One Size Does Not Fit All: Achieving Differentiation in the Next Wave of Solar Distributed Generation

June 2, 2015 | State of the Market Report

The momentum of distributed solar generation is increasing as costs decline, new financing options become available, and utilities improve grid interconnectivity. Distributed generation is growing in current markets, and entering into new ones – including different geographies and environments. However, companies face great uncertainty as they attempt to create value and benefit from the evolving power generation landscape. For example, governments and utility companies struggle to define clear regulations and policies. In addition, the development roadmap for next-generation technology is unclear as large solar companies aggressively continue to vertically integrate across the value chain to maintain technical and business advantages.

Coverage Areas

  • Distributed Generation
  • Next Generation Power
  • Owning the Energy Transition

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Lead Analyst

Mark Barineau

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