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The Solyndra bankruptcy is not indicative of the health of the U.S. solar industry and as with any competitive and dynamic market some companies will prosper and others will fail
SEIA and GTM Research released the U.S. Solar Market Insight: Q3 2011 on Wednesday, December 14 showing a record quarter for solar installations. Through the first three quarters of this year alone, over 1,000 MW of PV was installed, marking the first time the U.S. has added over 1 GW of solar capacity in a single year. While overall installations are up, some market segments and states did better than others and the year has been difficult for manufacturers.
The latest edition of the annual "Tracking the Sun" report from the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory illuminates PV's changing cost dynamics, tracking national trends in installed costs as well as differences by region, system size and installation type.
According to a new survey conducted by Kelton Research on behalf of SCHOTT Solar and the Solar Energy Industries Association™ (SEIA™), if Americans were in charge of the country’s energy policy, solar once again tops the list of energy sources that they would choose to support.
The U.S. Solar Market Insight 2nd Quarter 2011 Report was released on Sept. 20 by SEIA and GTM Research. This latest report in the SMI Series reveals continued rapid growth in the solar industry at a time when the market faced a rapidly changing landscape. This webinar explores topline results about the state and direction of the U.S. solar market and features questions answered by GTM Research analysts.
U.S. Solar Energy Trade Assessment 2011 is a free report researched and published by GTM Research and SEIA®. This is the second annual edition of a study first published in November 2010. It is a comprehensive analysis of trade flows and domestic value creation in the U.S. solar energy industry for the calendar year 2010. The primary intent of this study is to go beyond the relatively simplistic analysis of solar trade issues often provided in both industry and political circles.
The latest report in the U.S. Solar Market Insight series shows continued growth of the U.S. solar market in the first quarter of 2011. Learn more about the state and direction of the U.S. solar market and what these reports have to offer with this webinar.
The first U.S. Solar Market Insight Year in Review, with data through the end of 2010, was released on March 10. This webinar highlights the top-line results, with questions answered by analysts from GTM Research.