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Analyzing The Latest Developments In The Global Solar Power Industry

The solid industrial and political commitment to the expansion of the solar thermal power plant industry shows that the current surge of activity in the solar electricity sector is only a foretaste of the potential, massive transformation and expansion over the coming decades.
by Staff Writers
Dublin, Ireland (SPX) Jun 12, 2007
Research and Markets has announced the addition of Global Solar Power Industry to their offering. The harnessing of solar energy is not new. In fact, development of solar energy dates back more than 100 years, to the middle of the industrial revolution. Solar energy is pollution-free, an important benefit when the cost of removing pollutants from the environment is considered.

For example, a typical SWH system will, over its lifetime, displace 10.5 tons of CO2 if replacing a natural gas system, or 71.5 tons if replacing an electric system.

The solid industrial and political commitment to the expansion of the solar thermal power plant industry shows that the current surge of activity in the solar electricity sector is only a foretaste of the potential, massive transformation and expansion over the coming decades.

Our focus on the Global Solar Power Industry explores this niche market globally and focuses on the happenings of this industry. Analyzing the global trends, the growth drivers, the strengths and weaknesses of this industry, industry statistics and forecast, technologies involved, leading companies in the sector, region-wise analysis, uses of solar power in the various fields of everyday life such as agriculture, etc., are just some of the in-depth points of discussion included in this report. The report covers the complete developments in the global solar power industry.

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