NPD announces inaugural Solarbuzz PV conference in Shanghai, China, 19 to 20 July
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Santa Clara, California (PRWEB) 10 May 2012
The photovoltaic industry is in its most critical to date. End market demand has seen an average annual growth rate of 76% bubble formation in 2007, reaching 27 GW in 2011. However, large losses of companies and high profile bankruptcies are regularly reported to the existing market leaders.
China photovoltaic industry is developing plans for growth in both segments, upstream / downstream and supply / demand. Decisions are made in China have a profound impact on all companies serving the photovoltaic industry. The amount of polysilicon and raw materials to China, the geographical division of the country’s export modules, photovoltaic all stakeholders need to understand the major issues driving the PV supply and demand within and outside of China.
use more than a decade of experience in the global PV supply and demand market research, today announced that China will hold its inaugural meeting NPD Solarbuzz Solarbuzz PV conference in Shanghai, China. This two-day event will be held on July 19 to 20 2012 in the Hotel Renaissance Yangtze Shanghai, and will provide valuable information and important data so that the PV market supply chain effectively the development of business strategies.
China PV conference is specifically designed for PV manufacturers, aligned suppliers of equipment and materials, developers, industry experts and policy influencers. The themes of the conference and invited speakers are designed for the most comprehensive coverage of the key factors that have the greatest impact on the profitability of PV supply, demand and the company can choose. The most recent market forecast will be covered by prominent market analysts NPD Solarbuzz, while senior executives from leading manufacturers of different strategies by national and global-set-rate used to sketch.
“full understanding of the dynamics of the global PV supply and demand has become an absolute necessity for any company that is set to surf the institutional shock that last until 2014. In assessing the key drivers behind the PV supply and demand Today, no region or even country that contributes to this analysis with more urgency and relevance as China, “said Gerhard Holst, vice president of NPD Solarbuzz. “We look forward to our first conference in this important region of the PV to host and share our latest marketing information and the situation of the PV market.”
During the conference, China PV, large photovoltaic market analysts NPD Solarbuzz and senior-class manufacturers such as JA Solar, Jinko Hareon and detailed market information and competitive strategies, the entire photovoltaic supply chain. In particular, the analysts examine the most pressing problems that the current PV industry, including:
In which countries and regions emerging expel the demand for new PV by 2016?
What technologies are prime candidates for increasing cell efficiency of over 20%?
What are the most important indicators that affect the ASP in the future due to the photovoltaic value chain? China
2012 Solarbuzz PV conference will provide an opportunity to network with global players in the industry and major analyst Solarbuzz. Participants will receive the latest market information through the supply chain, exploring the main trends in the photovoltaic industry and finds competitive strategies for business success.
two-day conference will be organized more than 20 presentations in six sessions:
Home: Worldwide PV Supply & Demand
PV Supply & Equipment: polysilicon, wafer and investors
Global PV markets: Europe, USA, Asia-Pacific and Emerging Markets
PV Policy and portfolios
To see Germany, U.S., Japan and China
For complete list of speakers, recording or reviewing a detailed agenda, please follow the link to the Conference of the China Solarbuzz PV: Important updates from the countries
NPD Solarbuzz, part of The NPD Group realized a market research firm worldwide focused on solar energy and photovoltaic industries. Since 2001, according to NPD Solarbuzz its customer base including many of the world’s largest manufacturers of PV, large investment banks, equipment manufacturers, material suppliers, companies, hedge funds have grown, and wide range of other multinational companies. NPD Solarbuzz offers a wide range of reports, including Marketbuzz, an annual report on the photovoltaic industry, and Solarbuzz Quarterly, which details both historical data and forecasts for global supply chain of photovoltaics. Research the company also provides annual downstream PV market in the Europe, Asia-Pacific and U.S. markets. In addition, a resource and online Solarbuzz.com recognized respected within the solar industry. For more information, visit http://www.solarbuzz.com or follow us on Twitter at @ Solarbuzz.
NPD Group, Inc.
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