Global Subsidy Roundup: Solar Beyond Germany

December 06, 2010 | State of the Market Report

As the German solar market matures and enters a future of slow growth, it is more important than ever for component manufacturers, project developers, and investors to identify countries poised to grow in 2011 and beyond. To help clients navigate the ins and outs of emerging markets, we have provided a detailed overview of the subsidy and regulatory structures for 15 of them. While no single country will emerge next year as the “next Germany,” there are pockets of short-term demand in Israel, Malaysia, and South Africa, while India holds the greatest long-term potential for both on- and off-grid development.

Coverage Areas

  • Next Generation Power
  • Owning the Energy Transition

Table of Contents

  • Executive Summary
  • Landscape
    Review of solar subsidy programs indicates that a few markets could break out in 2011, providing sources of new demand to compensate for the declining German market
  • Analysis
    Several markets show great potential for growth in 2011, but only India and South Africa are positioned to sustain it long-term.
  • Outlook
  • Endnotes

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