Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 03, 2011
The Solar Thermal Energy Equipment Manufacturing market will gain ground more than the subsequent five years, according to IBISWorld, the nation?s largest publisher of market analysis. Business revenue is set to grow to $ 273.1 million in the five years to 2016. Income growth will slow down as the positive effects of the manufacturing tax credit end. Nonetheless, the market will continue to grow on the back of generous tax credits given to downstream buyers of solar power in states with RPS goals and favorable government programs.
The Solar Thermal Power Equipment Manufacturing business manufactures solar thermal energy (STE) equipment. STE is a technology for harnessing solar energy by capturing concentrated sunlight on a particular surface. The surface takes captured energy and creates steam to power turbines and produce electricity. The USA Energy Information Administration classifies solar thermal collectors as low-, medium- or high-temperature. Business goods are different from photovoltaics, which convert solar power directly into electricity.
The Solar Thermal Power Equipment Manufacturing market has surged throughout the five years to 2011. Income is expected to grow 35.1% per year to $ 185.3 million in the 5-year period. Generous government incentives for solar thermal energy (STE) manufacturing and downstream solar energy generation (the industry’s consumer) have buoyed income. Without government subsidies, solar power generation firms would have a challenging time competing against conventional power-generating sources. With incentives in location, downstream clients demand solar thermal equipment at an rising pace. Nevertheless, the recession brought on business income growth to slow down amid tightening credit conditions that hampered customer’s ability to obtain STE equipment. Revenue is expected to bounce back as these government incentives continue to positively influence the market. Market revenue is anticipated to jump 19.9% from 2010 to 2011.
The Solar Thermal Energy Equipment Manufacturing market is characterized by robust technological innovation. Market firms continually attempt to come up with more efficient ways to generate energy and store that heat for extended periods of time. In carrying out so, firms are basically attempting to lower the cost of energy so that they can compete with other varieties of electricity generation. In certain, a lot of firms are concentrating on energy storage to deliver energy about the clock. Amid growing competition from solar photovoltaic (PV) producers (which are an external industry competitor), market firms are positioning themselves to be far more competitive by creating power for 24 hours. For the most part, PV plants can only generate and sell energy during the day.
According to IBISWorld analyst, Kathleen Ripley, the next 5 years will probably be bright for the industry. ?Government incentives that favor the industry’s customer will continue,? says Ripley ?and the federal government will open up huge plots of land for solar developers to start generating solar energy.? In addition, ?industry firms will continue to innovate and come up with more effective methods to generate power and store that power.? Amid favorable incentives and robust innovation, the market will be limited by growing competition from solar PV producers and the expiration of a manufacturing tax credit incentive (expired in 2010). As a result, business income is expected to grow at a slower rate over the subsequent five years, at 8.1% annually to $ 273.1 million in the five years to 2016.
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