DUBLIN, Mar. 02, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --Research and Markets
(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/q6256l/organic) has announced the addition of the "Organic Photovoltaics Markets 2015-2022" report to their offering.
This report explores recent improvements in OPV technologies from materials to device structures, even as the supplier landscape has changed. This report also looks at progress being made toward commercial viability in OPV's target markets, now entering what seems to be a final stage of preparation (demo projects) to clear up visibility on the runway for getting these products into end markets. We also update the competitive scenario between related alternative solar PV technologies (OPV, DSC, and some thin-film varieties) as they jostle for position vying for success in the same places - including the sudden emergence of a potentially strong competitor on the horizon: perovskites.
This report includes detailed eight-year forecasts for OPV materials and devices, and for the various markets where we expect OPV to enter the market - or at least where proponents hope it will - from building-integrated (BIPV) and building-applied (BAPV) structures to power-charging devices in various form-factors, from tiny panels to awnings and even conventional panels.
This report is designed to be especially valuable for marketing and business development executives involved with solar power technologies as well as the targeted end-markets (BIPV/BAPV and solar chargers), as well as investors seeking to profit from such technologies and the companies behind them.
Key Topics Covered:
Chapter One: Introduction
Chapter Two: Technology Trends in Organic Photovoltaics
Chapter Three: Markets for OPV
Chapter Four: OPV Vendors and Suppliers, Strategies and Technologies
Chapter Five: Eight-Year Forecasts and Market Analysis for OPV
- AGC (Japan)
- Armor Group (France)
- BASF (Germany)
- Belectric (Germany)
- CSEM Brasil (Switzerland/Brazil)
- DisaSolar (France)
- Eight19 (U.K.)
- Heraeus (Germany)
- Merck (Germany)
- Mitsubishi Chemical (Japan)
- Next Energy (United States)
- Solarmer (United States)
- Sumitomo Chemical (Japan)
- Toshiba (Japan)
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