In addition to presenting the sector’s key companies, the English-language industry guide contains useful information on the latest technologies, economic developments and legal conditions. The report is aimed at system integrators, project developers, project managers, investors and utility companies.
To provide readers with more relevant information, 2014 sees “PV Power Plants” published for the first time in three different editions covering the most important markets in Europe, North and South America and Asia.
The new industry guide “Inverter, Storage and PV System Technology 2014” provides a comprehensive overview of players, market conditions and future prospects for inverters, storage technologies and system monitoring.
It will be released in May 2014 during the SNEC PV Power Expo in Shanghai. In addition to providing information on the industry’s leading companies, the richly illustrated industry report explains how the most important electrical components used in PV systems work and gives an overview of global market conditions.
The brochure is aimed at project developers, system integrators, planners, utilities, grid operators, investors and financing experts from the photovoltaics industry interested in gaining detailed information about the topic.
Both publications have a print run of 10,000 copies each and will be available as usual at the most important industry events, such as all Intersolar events, the 8th Renewable Energy India 2014 Expo, Solar Power International, SNEC PV Power Expo and Forum Solarpraxis, as well as numerous regional trade shows.
Full content of the industry guides can also be accessed using the company's free apps or by visiting PV Power Plants and PV System Tech, where PDFs of the publications are also available for download.
Printed copies are available free of charge.