Bonn, 12. October 2011, This week the DCTI Deutsches CleanTech Institut published the "DCTI Export Guide PV 2011". The DCTI authors provide a comprehensive overview of the most important facts and current players in the field of solar photovoltaic power generation. The “DCTI Export Guide PV 2011” has made its goal to present the cutting edge technologies, for example to introduce the leading market players, in order to support the development of the growing markets. The markets identified as globally interesting to our readers and supporters are the USA, Italy, India, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Belgium and the Czech Republic.
The “DCTI Export Guide PV 2011” objectively informs on the different technologies, the opportunities and risks involved with a PV-system which are of particularly high importance to the end-customer and installers. Additionally, country specific market characteristics are presented. For example, a summary of the different feed-in-tariffs along with general market development is also included for the benefit of installers and end customers.
Performance Overview of the Leading Manufacturers
In addition branch leaders, large companies and market specialists are introduced. In this way the reader receives a comparative overview of the top performance and quality aspects of each supplier. The Export Guide serves not only as a free marketing instrument for installers and solar specialists but is also used by producers and service providers. The target groups for the publication are primarily end-customers and installers, who are already involved in the process of investment in a solar system or are seeking information on operation, amortization and financing.
The Export Guide PV 2011 is now freely available on the websites of the Deutsches CleanTech Institut and partner companies and organizations. The publication is supported by Rödl & Partner, a leading international law firm with top experience in Energy and CleanTech Law, as well as Joint Forces 4 Solar, a global synergy of stakeholders along the solar value chain – from multi-national manufacturers to local installers. Furthermore, the Export Guide is featured on several popular clean energy news websites such as Cleanthinking.de, Cleantechrelations.de, Cleanenergyauthority.com along with solar associations such as SESI (India) and the Solar Trade Association (UK).
Source: Deutsches CleanTech Institut GmbH