Research and Markets: Global and Chinese Photovoltaic Glass Industry Report, 2012-2014

Research and Markets (www.researchandmarkets.com/research/ftmjlp/global_and) has announced the addition of the "Global and Chinese Photovoltaic Glass Industry Report, 2012-2014" report to their offering.

Global and Chinese Photovoltaic Glass Industry Report, 2012-2014” Photovoltaic glass, also known as solar photovoltaic glass or ultra clear photovoltaic glass, is mainly applied to solar PV power generation and solar PV components.Currently, ultra-clear patterned glass used for crystalline silicon solar cell components and TCO glass used for thin-film solar cell components are utilized most widely.

In the global photovoltaic market, China sees rapid development and has become the world's largest producer of solar cells and solar cell components.

In recent years, the global consumption of PV glass has been ascending with the development of the solar photovoltaic industry. In 2012, due to the sluggish global photovoltaic market as well as the countervailing & anti-dumping investigation imposed by Europe, America, India and other countries on Chinese solar cells and components, China's photovoltaic industry and photovoltaic glass industry show a significant declining trend. The representative PV glass companies like CSG, Almaden and Xiuqiang Glasswork witnessed the fall of more than 40% in their net income in the first three quarters of 2012.

The report analyzes the status quo of the global and Chinese photovoltaic glass industry, studies ultra clear patterned glass, TCO glass as well as photovoltaic anti-reflective glass markets. Besides, it highlights five global companies including Saint-Gobain, Asahi Glass, etc. as well as 18 Chinese peers such as CSG, Xinyi Glass and Almaden.

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