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Building-Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV): Technologies and Global Markets.

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Building-Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV): Technologies and Global Markets

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Building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) currently make up a small but noticeable part of the world PV market. The global market was valued at 1,201 megawatts in 2010 and is expected to increase at a 56% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) to reach a capacity of 11,392 megawatts in 2015.

BIPV roofing is the largest near- and mid-term market segment. The global market for BIPV capacity in the roofing sector was 404 megawatts in 2010 and is expected to reach 3,197 megawatts in 2015, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 51%.

The market for architectural fabrics may be very large and expanding, but the rate of adoption of BIPV elements will be slow for a period of time. This sector had a capacity of .2 megawatts in 2010 but is expected to increase at a 670% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) to reach a capacity of 5,439 megawatts in 2015.

INTRODUCTION

The world of building-integrated photovoltaics can be somewhat of a surprise on the order of first learning that the walls and floors of one's own house are populated with conductive wire, conduit and pipe. The sheer number of buildings, for all purposes, can be enumerated in the billions in the aggregate worldwide.

That many buildings cover a tremendous area of land. Utility-scale PV arrays in deserts and brownfields are one way to drive a gigawatts-scale solar industry, but these types of projects are hitting the same transmission/distribution walls that wind farms hit two decades ago. Thus, the built-environment real estate is an attractive niche that allows for mass manufacturing without the concomitant challenges that occur when all the eggs must fit into a few baskets.

Buildings and neighborhoods have characters all their own that BIPV must fit into. The attractiveness of a BIPV capacity has several facets:

Energy consumed on-site

Little transmission loss

No land requirement

Use of building to get the PV material off the ground

Architectural design element

Green is built into the building

Modern, ecological statement by the building

Reduction in need for other building materials

PV material is protected, no fences needed.

The world market for photovoltaics (PV) entered a period of sustained double-digit growth in the 21st century. This growth has been driven by an accelerating expansion in production quantities of all components, and, for the most part, an erratic, concomitant slow decline in price at many points of the value chain (U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis 2009).

The trend toward lower prices in the market is being strongly encouraged by the entry of many, some of which are very large Chinese manufacturers into the PV industry and a growing reluctance of governments, with a few notable exemptions, to continue to legislate large financial incentives for PV installations or require their citizens to shoulder the burden.

A dominant characteristic of the market for PV products is that every price decline opens new market niches. A second factor that leads to new sales sectors is that new technologies lead to new applications of PV technologies. The combination of lower costs and an expanding underexploited niche are major factors in the imminent, long-expected explosive growth of a very large and diverse set of applications: building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV).

BIPV is a means to shift some core cost centers of the value chain to outside industries, and to expand the industry onto vast numbers of ready-made bases: buildings. It removes some of the expenses from the PV product, allowing the labor and some of the substrate material, to lesser or greater degrees depending on product. The levelized cost of energy (LCOE) is thus reduced and building materials companies have a premium product they can vend.

The ability to offer a premium product is a welcome attribute. It is a time when the world building construction and renovation industries are experiencing the worst market conditions in a century. Some growth continues in the Pacific Rim, SE Asia, India, and Brazil. In other places building projects rely on long-term contracts and the economic momentum of the shear size of the developed world economies.

In these tightened market conditions, the ability of PV manufacturers to produce mass capacities of solar materials to bring down manufacturing costs is paramount to be competitive, to survive. The PV world is maturing as the price of capacity approaches grid parity. However, to succeed in the BIPV universe, one long anticipated to be a multibillion-dollar annual set of market segments, costs meet with concepts of compatibility with national economies, building structure, aesthetics, and public support systems.

This market research report from BCC Research characterizes and quantifies significant world BIPV markets, legislative, regulatory, political and economic forces driving those markets, identifies present and emerging technologies, suppliers, and market strategies, and quantifies the markets for BIPV technologies on world and regional bases.

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

This report furnishes a world guidebook for near- to mid-term development and opportunities for building integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) products and, by default, their potential building component manufacturing partners in those very financially substantial construction industry niches. The study was performed to locate, characterize and quantify the range of BIPV markets for various types of roofing, building facades, glazing, sunshading, skylighting, architectural fabrics, and shutters that incorporate a solar power production medium.

Not all PV products are suitable for every BIPV application. The report identifies and substantiates the reasoning for uses of particular PV technologies in a specific BIPV market segments. The investigation covers crystalline (c-Si) and polycrystalline silicon (poly-Si), amorphous silicon (a-Si), cadmium telluride (CdTe), copper indium (gallium) diselenide (CIGS or CIS), organic dye stabilized titanium oxide PV materials (dye solar cell: "DSC"), and plastic solar cells (OPV). Where appropriate, generating capacity contributions to the total PV capacity that will ship into each BIPV niche are projected, along with the revenue to the PV manufacturer.

But even innocuous power generation technologies such as PV do not get installed in a vacuum. This report endeavors to provide an insight to the different national and international approaches that are being taken to subsidize the continued expansion of the PV industry, the legal and regulatory regimes that define requirements for the physical behavior and appearance of BIPV products, and shows how BIPV products must satisfy building component-related regulatory specifications in the various markets in which they will function.

Finally, the extent to which strategic partnerships with building component manufacturers, contractors, developers, and architectural firms underpin the ability of PV manufacturers to enter into the trillion dollar building construction market is assessed. An analysis is also made of the economics of such entry, as well as the impacts of the deep economic recession that has affected much of the world while 75% of world PV production now occurs in China and Taiwan.

The PV industry, however, is truly high technology. The new wave of so-called third-generation PV products will have capabilities that allow them to be used in ways that were previously not possible. The report shows that thin film products will have several BIPV market segments to themselves and, as premium products, will also take some market share from c-Si and poly-Si. Light weight, flexibility, adequate operational efficiency, and color options are proving to be strong new capabilities that will find markets when the product is right and there is enough of it.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY

The photovoltaics (PV) industry is making the transition from an expensive renewable technology to becoming a major factor in the world energy supply. Annual market value of installed product is now measured in the tens of billions of dollars (U.S.) annually, and the trend remains upward, despite an unsteady world economy.

Costs have been significantly reduced, multiple gigawatt-scale factories are now churning out solar cells and sheets, and product reliability, for the most established technologies and companies has made impressive strides.

The practice of building bulk power plants with PV modules is now a regular occurrence in many countries. Similarly, there is a broad-based business in adding PV capacity to residential, commercial and institutional buildings. This latter, building-related application of PV technology, i.e., "behind the meter," is the highest-value application for PV, at least for grid-connected applications. Power is always produced at the peak of the day when prices are highest and delivery of power from distant sources would otherwise be needed.

One would anticipate that building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) have a natural economic edge. Instead of building all external components of a building, then adding PV capacity, it would seem inevitable that the inclusion of generating capacity as part of building components would make the combination of the two lower-cost than the two added individually. It hasn't happened yet, for various reasons. Chief among them is the downturn in building construction. Just as many new products are ready for entry into the substantially-sized BIPV market niches, the construction market contracted mightily.

This is a temporary phenomenon. It occurred with greater severity in the developed world and in 2010, a slow turnaround began. China and India, on the other hand, have started on a course of building construction that will surpass all that has come before. It is an overdue manifestation of decades of redistribution of wealth, combined with a gnawing need for new energy infrastructure in regions where sufficient infrastructure has long been absent. Still, the world economies, particularly in the U.S. and Europe, are so large that even in the deepest part of the economic pullback, construction and renovation projects remained at levels that are the envy of most of the world.

All of this activity, whether publicly or privately funded, generates opportunities for new PV capacity to enter the market on a mass scale as part of the construction, rather than the energy market.

SCOPE OF REPORT

This report identifies commercial and near-commercial BIPV technologies, the manufacturers, and partner building component product manufacturers. The present- to mid-term markets for each type of BIPV application are characterized and quantified in terms of capacity (MW) for the installed product, revenue to the PV manufacturers, and capacity breakdown by PV technology. Projections are made of the market value (or at least regional price) of the wholesale value of the PV component of the installed products.

Where the world market has grown sufficiently for a particular BIPV "niche," country and regional breakdowns are provided by geographic region and country. Much of this depends on the type of building component used in a particular region or country, and whether a suitable BIPV product has been developed, tested in the field, certified for installation, and brought up to production levels that can satisfy market demand.

The various BIPV niche markets are examined in terms of type of exterior building component class, PV technology offerings, geographic region, generating capacity, and revenue to the manufacturer. Additional characterizations are made of the market structures, quantities and relative strengths of adjunct product manufacturers, such as metal, composite, tile and TPO roofing companies, window glass and window manufacturers, and vendors, designers and installers of architectural fabrics and building cladding (weather envelopes). Smaller market opportunities such as skylighting, sunshading and shutters are also investigated.

The market structure discussion includes consideration of the forces shaping the markets, and successful strategies the early entrants into the market are making. This report also investigates national and regional public financial incentive strategies and regulatory regimes that help or hinder the development of each BIPV market segment. The way in which each type of PV technology fits (or doesn't) into a given BIPV niche is examined. The coverage extends to c-Si, poly-Si, a-Si, CdTe, DSC, and OPV products.

METHODOLOGY

BIPV markets are examined by in terms of building component markets and PV technologies as adapted to become part of a number of building component market segments. World market values are assessed in terms of aggregates of market by geographic region, where appropriate. The market growth rates of individual BIPV segments are projected using statistical data from governments, trade journals, news items, corporate SEC filings, interviews with manufacturers and scientists, notes from field visits, scientific research reports, financial analysis, laws and regulations promulgated in on every continent, statements by public officials and building component manufacturers. Additional characterizations are made of the market structures, quantities and relative strengths of adjunct product manufacturers, such as metal, composite tile and membrane roofing companies, glazing manufacturers, vendors, designers and installers of architectural fabrics, building weather envelopes, skylighting, sunshading, and shutters.

Numerous contact points are provided building component manufacturers and building project developers who would have an interest in including a premium product such as BIPV capability into their portfolio of options. Various rationales for their doing so are investigated.

Present levels of government support systems are considered in terms of their impacts on the overall market for PV capacity and potential for enhancing (or limiting) BIPV market expansion. An attempt is made to clarify the subtleties of the various government support policies and incentives that encourage or limit the growth of BIPV market niches. Political motivations for continuance or reductions in PV support levels are considered, noting the balance being negotiated between the PV industry as an employer of a growing number of personnel balanced against governments facing pressure to reduce their budgets because taxation pays for government, not for the taxpaying populace.

INTENDED AUDIENCE

This BIPV market report is useful for manufacturers of all photovoltaic (PV) systems, including rigid and flexible modules, cells, encapsulants, crystalline and polycrystalline materials and thin films. Additionally, the report is of interest to PV production planning and marketing executives, balance of system component manufacturers and vendors, product planners and engineers, architecture firms, behind-the-meter project developers, financiers and investors, regulatory policy developers and enforcers, building component manufacturers, marketers and installers, balance of systems component suppliers, electrical and construction trade unions, educational institutions, real estate developers and owners, legislators, market analysts, utilities and construction industry professional associations. There is also material of interest to manufacturers of glass, membrane, tile and standing metal seam roofing materials, sunshade louvers, architectural fabrics, window frames, marble and metal building cladding, and roofing shingles and tile manufacturers.

INFORMATION SOURCES

The material in this report is a distillation and analysis of data and information from primary and secondary sources, as well as from various BCC and personal databases and models built up over a decade. Primary sources include telephone and face-to-face interviews with executives in PV companies, building components manufacturing, marketing and sales organizations, building products manufacturing associations, architects, project developers, venture capitalists, banking executives, journalists from trade publications, and PV project installation company representatives, scientists working on new PV technologies, government officials (federal elected officials and local permitting and local planning board managers). Secondary sources include trade conference proceedings and presentations, SEC filings, PV product brochures, trade publications for the PV industry and various building construction, equipment rental, and commercial and residential project development industrial sectors. Attention was also given to published articulations of national PV generating capacity goals, scientific literature examining the prospects and physical characteristics of the various PV technologies of interest in this report, publicly available statistics on methods and market progress for BIPV activities, and national and regional incentives that encourage or discourage expansion of the market for BIPV generating capacity.

Chapter- 1: INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION 1

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 2

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY 3

SCOPE OF REPORT 4

METHODOLOGY 5

INTENDED AUDIENCE 6

INFORMATION SOURCES 6

ANALYST CREDENTIALS 7

RELATED REPORTS 7

BCC ONLINE SERVICES 8

DISCLAIMER 8

Chapter-2: SUMMARY

SUMMARY 9

THE EMERGENCE OF BIPV AND NEW GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION 10

SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL BIPV ANNUAL MARKET SEGMENT, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 11

SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL BIPV ANNUAL MARKET SEGMENT, 2009-2015 (MW) 11

Chapter-3: OVERVIEW

OVERVIEW 12

OVERVIEW (CONTINUED) 13

OVERVIEW (CONTINUED) 14

Chapter-4: BIPV MARKETS

BIPV MARKET SEGMENTATION 15

BIPV ROOFING 15

Shingles 16

Roof Tiles 16

Metal Seam Roofing 17

Dyesol Prepares Product for the Metal Seam Market 18

TPO Membrane Roofing 18

BIPV GLAZING MARKET 19

BIPV BUILDING CLADDING MARKET 20

BIPV ARCHITECTURAL SHADING MARKETS 20

WORLD AVAILABLE MARKET SIZE FOR BIPV APPLICATIONS 21

World Available Market Size...(Continued) 22

TABLE 1 GLOBAL BIPV NEW CAPACITY BY MARKET SEGMENT, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 23

TABLE 2 GLOBAL BIPV MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 24

Chapter-5: BIPV TECHNOLOGIES

BIPV TECHNOLOGIES 25

BIPV TECHNOLOGIES (CONTINUED) 26

Chapter-6: BIPV MARKET SEGMENTATION BY TECHNOLOGY

BIPV MARKET SEGMENTS 27

TABLE 3 PV TECHNOLOGY BIPV APPLICATION SUITABILITY 28

Chapter-7: BIPV MARKET SEGMENTS

BIPV MARKET SEGMENTS 29

BIPV MARKET SEGMENTS (CONTINUED) 30

Chapter-8: BUILDING INTEGRATED PHOTOVOLTAIC TECHNOLOGIES

C-SI AND POLY-SI BIPV CHALLENGES AND BUILDING COMPONENT COMPATIBILITY 32

FLUCTUATIONS IN SI AVAILABILITY AND PRICE 33

A-SI BIPV CHALLENGES AND COMPATIBILITY 33

CDTE BIPV CHALLENGES AND COMPATIBILITY 34

CIGS CHALLENGES AND COMPATIBILITY 34

DSC BIPV CHALLENGES AND COMPATIBILITY 35

OPV BIPV CHALLENGES AND COMPATIBILITY 35

OPV BIPV CHALLENGES AND ... (CONTINUED) 36

Chapter-9: BIPV REGULATORY AND INCENTIVE REGIMES

REGULATORY REGIMES PERTINENT TO BIPV PROJECTS 37

U.S. REGULATIONS PERTINENT TO BIPV INSTALLATIONS 38

ASHRAE 90.1 38

LOCAL REGULATORY AGENCIES 39

EUROPEAN UNION (EU) REGULATIONS PERTINENT TO BIPV INSTALLATIONS 39

CE MARKING 40

FRENCH REGULATORY REGIME FOR BIPV 40

ITALIAN REGULATORY AND INCENTIVE REGIMES FOR BIPV 41

SPANISH REGULATORY REGIME FOR BIPV 41

PACIFIC RIM REGULATORY REGIMES FOR BIPV 42

ASIA MINOR BIPV REGULATORY REGIME 42

Chapter-10: BIPV-RELEVANT INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS

INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATION STANDARDS 43

2006 UNIFORM SOLAR ENERGY CODE 43

ASHRAE/IESNA STANDARD 90.1-1999 43

IEC 61215 44

IEC 61646: THIN-FILM TERRESTRIAL PHOTOVOLTAIC (PV) MODULES, DESIGN QUALIFICATION AND TYPE APPROVAL 44

IEEE STD 1262-1995: RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR QUALIFICATION OF PHOTOVOLTAIC (PV) MODULES 45

IEC 61215 45

ISO9001 46

UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES (UL) CERTIFICATIONS PERTINENT TO BIPV MATERIALS 46

UL 746 46

UL 790 46

ISO 773 46

UL 1703 47

EU-SPECIFIC CERTIFICATION STANDARDS 47

CE-COMPLIANCE 47

APPLICATION CLASS A AND IEC/EN61730 47

Chapter-11: BIPV INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS

BIPV INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS 48

MAJOR DRIVING FORCES FOR BIPV CAPACITY BY REGION 49

GREEN BUILDING PRINCIPLES: NOW AN UNSTOPPABLE CULTURE 49

U.S. BIPV MARKET DRIVERS 50

U.S. Federal Incentives for BIPV 50

State Support Environments for BIPV 50

State Support ... (Continued) 51

TABLE 4 SOLAR MANDATES IN STATE RENEWABLE PORTFOLIO STANDARDS 52

CANADA'S BIPV MARKET DRIVERS 53

EU'S BIPV MARKET DRIVERS 53

FRANCE'S BIPV MARKET DRIVERS 54

GERMANY'S BIPV MARKET DRIVERS 55

TABLE 5 REVISED GERMAN SOLAR FEED-IN TARIFFS IN EFFECT JANUARY 1, 2011 ($/KWH) 56

ITALY'S BIPV MARKET DRIVERS 56

TABLE 6 REVISED ITALIAN SOLAR FEED-IN TARIFFS IN EFFECT JANUARY 1, 2011 ($/KWH) 57

SPAIN'S BIPV MARKET DRIVERS 58

UNITED KINGDOM'S BIPV MARKET DRIVERS 58

CZECH REPUBLIC'S MARKET DRIVERS 59

PACIFIC RIM AND SE ASIAN BIPV MARKET DRIVERS 59

CHINA'S BIPV MARKET DRIVERS 60

JAPAN'S BIPV MARKET DRIVERS 61

SOUTH KOREA'S BIPV MARKET DRIVERS 62

TAIWAN'S BIPV MARKET DRIVERS 63

INDIA'S BIPV MARKET DRIVERS 64

AUSTRALIA'S BIPV MARKET DRIVERS 64

FITS IN THE AUSTRALIAN STATES 65

TABLE 7 IN EFFECT SOLAR FEED-IN TARIFFS OF THE AUSTRALIAN STATES ($/KWH) 66

TABLE 8 AUSTRALIAN RENEWABLE ENERGY TARGET SCHEDULE (GWH) 67

Chapter-12: BIPV MARKET STRUCTURE

BIPV ROOF TILE 68

C-SI AND POLY-SI MODULE-BASED TILE MARKET STRUCTURE 69

A-SI THIN FILM SOLAR TILE MARKET STRUCTURE 70

THE IMPORTANCE OF STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS IN THE BIPV MARKET STRUCTURE 70

THE IMPORTANCE OF STRATEGIC (CONTINUED) 71

THE IMPORTANCE OF STRATEGIC (CONTINUED) 72

Chapter-13: BIPV MARKETS BY SEGMENT

METRICS USED IN THIS REPORT FOR FORECASTING 73

TABLE 9 CONVENTIONS USED IN BIPV MARKET FORECASTS, PV TECHNOLOGY POWER DENSITY 74

CONVENTIONS USED FOR MARKET SHARE OF PV TECHNOLOGIES IN BIPV FORECASTS 75

TABLE 10 BIPV MARKET SHARES OF PV TECHNOLOGY, 2009 (%) 75

Chapter-14: BIPV ROOFING FORECASTS

SUMMARY FORECAST FOR GLOBAL MARKETS FOR BIPV ROOFING 76

TABLE 11 GLOBAL BIPV ROOFING MARKET SECTORS BY ANNUAL NEW GENERATING CAPACITY, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 77

TABLE 12 GLOBAL BIPV ROOFING MARKET SECTORS BY ANNUAL REVENUE, THROUGH 2015 78

TABLE 13 GLOBAL BIPV ROOFING MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY GENERATING CAPACITY, THROUGH 2015 78

BIPV ROOFING SHINGLES MARKET 79

GLOBAL BIPV ROOFING SHINGLES MARKET 79

GLOBAL BIPV SHINGLE MARKET FORECAST BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 80

TABLE 14 GLOBAL BIPV ROOFING SHINGLES MARKET BY CAPACITY, THROUGH 2015 81

GLOBAL BIPV SHINGLE MARKET FORECAST BY TECHNOLOGY 81

TABLE 15 GLOBAL BIPV ROOFING SHINGLES MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2015 82

U.S. BIPV ROOFING SHINGLE MARKET 82

BIPV SHINGLE REPLACEMENT MARKET BIGGER THAN NEW MARKET 83

U.S. BIPV SHINGLE MARKET FORECAST BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 84

U.S. BIPV Shingle Market...(Continued) 85

TABLE 16 U.S. BIPV ROOFING SHINGLES MARKET BY REVENUE AND CAPACITY, THROUGH 2015 86

U.S. BIPV SHINGLE MARKET FORECAST BY TECHNOLOGY 86

U.S. BIPV SHINGLE MARKET FORECAST BY TECHNOLOGY 87

TABLE 17 U.S. BIPV ROOFING SHINGLES MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2015 88

THE CANADA'S BIPV SHINGLE MARKET 88

CANADA'S BIPV SHINGLE MARKET FORECAST BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 89

TABLE 18 CANADA'S BIPV ROOFING SHINGLES MARKET BY REVENUE AND CAPACITY, THROUGH 2015 89

CANADA'S BIPV SHINGLE MARKET FORECAST BY TECHNOLOGY 89

TABLE 19 CANADA'S BIPV ROOFING SHINGLES MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2015 90

AUSTRALIA'S BIPV SHINGLE MARKET 90

AUSTRALIA'S BIPV SHINGLE MARKET FORECAST BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 91

TABLE 20 AUSTRALIA'S BIPV ROOFING SHINGLES MARKET BY REVENUE AND CAPACITY, THROUGH 2015 92

AUSTRALIA'S BIPV SHINGLE FORECAST BY TECHNOLOGY 92

TABLE 21 AUSTRALIA'S BIPV ROOFING SHINGLES MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2015 93

REST OF WORLD'S BIPV SHINGLE MARKET 93

REST OF WORLD'S BIPV SHINGLE MARKET FORECAST BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 93

Rest of World BIPV Shingle Market...(Continued) 94

TABLE 22 REST OF WORLD'S BIPV ROOFING SHINGLES MARKET BY REVENUE AND CAPACITY, THROUGH 2015 95

REST OF WORLD'S BIPV SHINGLE MARKET FORECAST BY TECHNOLOGY 95

TABLE 23 REST OF WORLD'S BIPV ROOFING SHINGLES MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2015 96

GLOBAL BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET 96

GLOBAL BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET FORECAST BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 97

TABLE 24 GLOBAL BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE, THROUGH 2015 (MW CAPACITY AND PV MANUFACTURER REVENUE) 98

GLOBAL BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET FORECAST BY PV TECHNOLOGY 99

TABLE 25 GLOBAL BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2015 99

U.S. BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET 100

U.S. BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 100

TABLE 26 U.S. BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE, THROUGH 2015 (MW CAPACITY AND PV MANUFACTURER REVENUE) 101

U.S. BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET FORECAST BY PV TECHNOLOGY 101

TABLE 27 U.S. BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2015 102

EUROPEAN UNION'S BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET 102

EUROPE'S BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET FORECAST BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 102

TABLE 28 EUROPE'S BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE THROUGH 2015 (MW CAPACITY AND PV MANUFACTURER REVENUE) 103

EUROPEAN UNION'S BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY 104

TABLE 29 EUROPEAN UNION'S BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 104

PACIFIC RIM'S SOLAR TILE MARKET 104

CHINA'S BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET 105

JAPAN'S BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET 105

SOUTH KOREA'S BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET 106

TAIWAN'S BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET 106

PACIFIC RIM'S BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 106

TABLE 30 PACIFIC RIM'S BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE, THROUGH 2015 (MW CAPACITY AND PV MANUFACTURER REVENUE) 107

PACIFIC RIM'S BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY 107

TABLE 31 PACIFIC RIM'S BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY THROUGH 2015 (MW) 108

REST OF WORLD'S BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET 109

REST OF WORLD'S BIPV ROOFING TILE FORECAST BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 110

TABLE 32 REST OF WORLD'S BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE, THROUGH 2015 (MW CAPACITY AND PV MANUFACTURER REVENUE) 110

TABLE 32 (CONTINUED) 111

REST OF WORLD'S BIPV ROOFING TILE FORECAST BY PV TECHNOLOGY 111

TABLE 33 REST OF WORLD'S BIPV ROOFING TILE MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY THROUGH 2015 (MW) 111

GLOBAL BIPV METAL SEAM ROOFING MARKET 112

WORLD BIPV METAL SEAM ... (CONTINUED) 112

GLOBAL BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 113

World BIPV Standing Metal Seam...(Continued) 114

World BIPV Standing Metal Seam...(Continued) 115

TABLE 34 GLOBAL BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE, THROUGH 2015 (MW CAPACITY AND PV MANUFACTURER REVENUE) 116

GLOBAL BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING BY PV TECHNOLOGY 116

World BIPV Standing Metal...(Continued) 117

TABLE 35 GLOBAL BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 118

U.S. BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING MARKET 118

U.S. BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 119

TABLE 36 U.S. BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE, THROUGH 2015 (MW CAPACITY AND PV MANUFACTURER REVENUE) 120

U.S. BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING BY PV TECHNOLOGY 120

TABLE 37 U.S. BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 121

EUROPE'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING MARKET 122

EUROPE'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 123

TABLE 38 EUROPE'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE, THROUGH 2015 (MW CAPACITY AND PV MANUFACTURER REVENUE) 124

EUROPE'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING BY PV TECHNOLOGY 124

TABLE 39 EUROPE'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 125

AUSTRALIA'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING MARKET 125

AUSTRALIA'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 125

TABLE 40 AUSTRALIA'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE, THROUGH 2015 (MW CAPACITY AND PV MANUFACTURER REVENUE) 126

AUSTRALIA'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING BY PV TECHNOLOGY 126

TABLE 41 AUSTRALIA'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 127

CHINA'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING MARKET 127

CHINA'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 128

TABLE 42 CHINA'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE, THROUGH 2015 (MW CAPACITY AND PV MANUFACTURER REVENUE) 129

CHINA'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING BY PV TECHNOLOGY 129

TABLE 43 CHINA'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 130

REST OF WORLD'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING MARKET 130

REST OF WORLD'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 131

TABLE 44 REST OF WORLD'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE, THROUGH 2015 (MW CAPACITY AND PV MANUFACTURER REVENUE) 132

REST OF WORLD'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING BY PV TECHNOLOGY 133

TABLE 45 REST OF WORLD'S BIPV STANDING METAL SEAM ROOFING MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 133

GLOBAL TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING BIPV MARKET 134

BIPV ROOFS VS. GREEN ROOFS? 135

GLOBAL BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING FORECAST BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 136

END NOTE FOR THE BIPV TOP MEMBRANE ROOFING MARKET 137

TABLE 46 GLOBAL BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE, THROUGH 2015 (MW CAPACITY AND PV MANUFACTURER REVENUE) 138

GLOBAL BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING FORECAST BY TECHNOLOGY 138

TABLE 47 GLOBAL BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 139

U.S. BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING MARKET 139

U.S. BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING FORECAST BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 140

TABLE 48 U.S. BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE, THROUGH 2015 (MW CAPACITY AND PV MANUFACTURER REVENUE) 141

U.S. BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING FORECAST BY TECHNOLOGY 141

TABLE 49 U.S. BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 142

EUROPE'S BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING MARKET 142

EUROPE'S BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING FORECAST BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 143

TABLE 50 EUROPE'S BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE, THROUGH 2015 (MW CAPACITY AND PV MANUFACTURER REVENUE) 144

EUROPE'S BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING FORECAST BY TECHNOLOGY 144

TABLE 51 EUROPE'S BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 145

REST OF WORLD'S BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING MARKET 145

REST OF WORLD'S BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING FORECAST BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE 146

TABLE 52 REST OF WORLD'S BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REVENUE, THROUGH 2015 (MW CAPACITY AND PV MANUFACTURER REVENUE) 146

REST OF WORLD'S BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING FORECAST BY TECHNOLOGY 147

TABLE 53 REST OF WORLD'S BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 147

GLOBAL BIPV BUILDING FAEcADE MARKET 148

DEDICATED BIPV FAEcADE PRODUCTS ARE APPEARING 148

RIGID VS THIN FILM FAEcADE CHOICES 149

PEAK OUTPUT DURING PEAK DEMAND MAXIMIZES OUTPUT VALUE 150

STANDARDIZATION AND THE BIPV FAEcADE MARKET 150

CATERING TO ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS 151

SEE THE OPPORTUNITY, BE THE OPPORTUNITY 151

IS SOLAR IVY A FAEcADE? 152

GLOBAL BIPV BUILDING FAEcADE MARKET FORECAST 153

DISCUSSION OF GLOBAL MARKETS FOR BIPV FAEcADES BY GEOGRAPHICAL REGION 154

Discussion of Global Markets (Continued) 155

Discussion of Global Markets (Continued) 156

Discussion of Global Markets (Continued) 157

GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR BIPV FAEcADES BY CAPACITY AND GEOGRAPHIC REGION 157

TABLE 54 GLOBAL BIPV BUILDING FAEcADE MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REGION, THROUGH 2015 (MW CAPACITY AND GEOGRAPHIC REGION) 158

GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR BIPV FAEcADES BY PV TECHNOLOGY 158

Global Market Forecast for ... (Continued) 159

TABLE 55 GLOBAL BIPV BUILDING FAEcADE MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY CAPACITY, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 160

GLOBAL BIPV GLAZING MARKET 160

GLOBAL BIPV GLAZING MARKET (CONTINUED) 161

THE GLAZING MARKET OPPORTUNITY 162

POTENTIAL FOR CONFLICT WITH GREEN BUILDING COMPETITIVE METHODS 162

ESTIMATE OF THE TOTAL AVAILABLE BIPV GLAZING MARKET 163

GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR BIPV GLAZING BY CAPACITY AND GEOGRAPHIC REGION 163

Global Market Forecast for BIPV...(Continued) 164

TABLE 56 GLOBAL BIPV GLAZING MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REGION THROUGH 2015 (MW CAPACITY AND GEOGRAPHIC REGION) 165

GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR BIPV GLAZING BY PV TECHNOLOGY 166

TABLE 57 GLOBAL BIPV BUILDING GLAZING MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY CAPACITY, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 166

TABLE 57 (CONTINUED) 167

GLOBAL BIPV SKYLIGHTING MARKET 167

BIFURCATED MARKET FOR BIPV SKYLIGHTING 168

GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR BIPV SKYLIGHTING BY CAPACITY AND GEOGRAPHIC REGION 169

TABLE 58 GLOBAL BIPV SKYLIGHTING MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REGION THROUGH 2015 (MW CAPACITY AND GEOGRAPHIC REGION) 170

GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR BIPV SKYLIGHTING BY PV TECHNOLOGY 170

TABLE 59 GLOBAL BIPV BUILDING GLAZING MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY CAPACITY, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 171

GLOBAL BIPV ARCHITECTURAL SHADING MARKET 172

INNOVATION: PV-POWERED ROLLER SHADING 173

MARKET FORECASTS FOR BIPV ARCHITECTURAL SHADING 174

U.S. BIPV ARCHITECTURAL SHADING MARKET 175

EUROPE'S BIPV ARCHITECTURAL SHADING MARKET 175

CHINA'S BIPV ARCHITECTURAL SHADING MARKET 176

JAPAN'S BIPV ARCHITECTURAL SHADING MARKET 176

SE ASIA'S AND INDIA'S BIPV ARCHITECTURAL SHADING MARKET 177

FORECAST FOR THE BIPV ARCHITECTURAL SHADING MARKET 177

Forecast for the BIPV ... (Continued) 178

TABLE 60 GLOBAL BIPV ARCHITECTURAL SHADING MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REGION THROUGH 2015 (MW CAPACITY AND GEOGRAPHIC REGION) 179

GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR BIPV ARCHITECTURAL SHADING BY PV TECHNOLOGY 179

Global Market Forecast for BIPV...(Continued) 180

TABLE 61 GLOBAL BIPV ARCHITECTURAL SHADING MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY CAPACITY, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 181

GLOBAL BIPV ARCHITECTURAL FABRICS MARKET 181

GLOBAL ARCHITECTURAL FABRIC MARKETS 182

MAIN SUBSEGMENTS OF THE BIPV ARCHITECTURAL FABRIC MARKET 183

PV COMPANIES SIGNIFICANT TO THE BIPV ARCHITECTURAL FABRIC MARKET 184

GLOBAL BIPV ARCHITECTURAL FABRIC MARKET FORECASTS 184

GLOBAL BIPV ARCHITECTURAL FABRIC MARKET BY CAPACITY AND REGION 185

Global BIPV Architectural ...(Continued) 186

Global BIPV Architectural ...(Continued) 187

TABLE 62 GLOBAL BIPV ARCHITECTURAL FABRIC MARKET BY AREA, CAPACITY AND REVENUE TO MANUFACTURER, THROUGH 2015 (000 SQ M, MW CAPACITY AND VALUE) 188

GLOBAL BIPV ARCHITECTURAL FABRIC MARKET BY PV TECHNOLOGY AND CAPACITY 188

TABLE 63 GLOBAL BIPV ARCHITECTURAL FABRIC MARKET PV TECHNOLOGY CAPACITY, THROUGH 2015 (MW) 189

GLOBAL BIPV SHUTTERS MARKET 189

GLOBAL BIPV ... (CONTINUED) 190

Chapter-15: APPENDIX A: BIPV-RELATED COMPANIES

BIPV COMPANIES 191

BUILDING-INTEGRATED PHOTOVOLTAICS ARCHITECTS 191

Building-Integrated Photovoltaics ... (Continued) 192

BUILDING INTEGRATED PHOTOVOLTAICS MANUFACTURERS 193

A-Si BIPV Photovoltaics Manufacturers 193

A-Si BIPV Photovoltaics ...(Continued) 194

A-Si BIPV Photovoltaics ...(Continued) 195

C-Si BIPV Photovoltaic Manufacturers 196

C-Si BIPV Photovoltaic ...(Continued) 197

Poly-Si BIPV Photovoltaic Manufacturers 198

CIGS BIPV Product Photovoltaic Manufacturers 199

CIGS BIPV Product ... (Continued) 200

CIGS BIPV Product ... (Continued) 201

DSC BIPV Photovoltaic Companies 202

DSC BIPV Photovoltaic ... (Continued) 203

Plastic (OPV) Photovoltaics Manufacturers 204

PHOTOVOLTAIC METAL SEAM ROOFING COMPANIES 204

Photovoltaic Metal Seam ... (Continued) 205

Photovoltaic Metal Seam ... (Continued) 206

BIPV ARCHITECTURAL FABRIC MANUFACTURERS 207

BIPV Architectural ... (Continued) 208

BIPV ARCHITECTURAL SHADING SYSTEMS COMPANIES 209

BIPV Architectural Shading ... (Continued) 210

BIPV Architectural Shading ... (Continued) 211

BIPV Architectural Shading ... (Continued) 212

BIPV FAEcADE COMPANIES 213

BIPV Facade Companies (Continued) 214

BIPV Facade Companies (Continued) 215

BIPV Facade Companies (Continued) 216

BIPV Facade Companies (Continued) 217

BIPV Facade Companies (Continued) 218

BIPV FAEcADE SUPPORT SYSTEMS COMPANIES 219

BIPV GLAZING COMPANIES 220

BIPV Glazing Companies (Continued) 221

BIPV Glazing Companies (Continued) 222

BIPV Glazing Companies (Continued) 223

BIPV Glazing Companies (Continued) 224

BIPV ARCHITECTURAL SHUTTERS COMPANIES 225

BIPV TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING COMPANIES 225

BIPV TPO Membrane ... (Continued) 226

BIPV ROOFING SHINGLES COMPANIES 227

BIPV ROOFING TILES COMPANIES 228

BIPV Roofing Tiles Companies (Continued) 229

BIPV Roofing Tiles Companies (Continued) 230

BIPV Roofing Tiles Companies (Continued) 231

BIPV Roofing Tiles Companies (Continued) 232

BIPV Roofing Tiles Companies (Continued) 233

BIPV SKYLIGHT COMPANIES 234

BIPV Skylight Companies (Continued) 235

BIPV Skylight Companies (Continued) 236

BIPV Skylight Companies (Continued) 237

BIPV PLANNED COMMUNITY COMPANIES 238

INNOVATIVE BIPV COMPANIES 239

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