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Latin America PV Playbook - Q2 2017 Market Update

出版商 Greentech Media Inc. 商品編碼 339662
出版日期 內容資訊 英文
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南美的PV計劃 Latin America PV Playbook - Q2 2017 Market Update
出版日期: 2017年05月31日 內容資訊: 英文

本報告提供南美的太陽能光電發電市場趨勢的相關調查,市場規模的變化與預測,各部門 (公共事業、產業、商用、住宅) 的明細,計劃的發表及進展趨勢,市場影響因素分析等彙整資料。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 各地區分析

第3章 巴西

第4章 智利

第5章 墨西哥

第6章 阿根廷

第7章 其他南美各國

第8章 中美及加勒比海各國




Latin America is the global frontier for unsubsidized solar markets. With high insolation levels and growing demand, it is positioned to be one of the most attractive regions on the planet for solar development. Eyeing the region's potential, GTM Research introduced the Latin America PV Playbook, the industry's most in-depth analysis of the budding South American, Central American and Caribbean solar markets.

Latin American market is on track to grow exponentially, with a cumulative forecast of 41 gigawatts of PV demand installed between 2016 and 2021. Annual installations are on track to more than double over the same period. By the end of the decade, Latin America will represent 10 percent of global PV demand.

Latin American Markets' Share of
Annual Regional PV Demand, 2016-2022E

Countries covered include:

  • Argentina
  • Bahamas
  • Belize
  • Bolivia
  • Brazil
  • Costa Rica
  • Cuba
  • Chile
  • Colombia
  • Dominican Republic
  • Ecuador
  • El Salvador
  • Guatemala
  • Honduras
  • Jamaica
  • Mexico
  • Nicaragua
  • Panama
  • Uruguay

About the Author

Manan Parikh, Analyst, Solar - GTMResearch.

Manan Parikh is a Solar Analyst for GTM Research covering the downstream Latin American markets. Prior to GTM, his work has been extensively research based, centering upon alternative fuels infrastructure development and Low Carbon Fuels Standard (LCFS) policy models for the Schatz Energy Research Center and UC Berkeley in Northern California. In California, he was also an ambassador to start-up teams within the Clean Tech Open accelerator as well as a consultant to DOE SunShot Catalyst Award winner, PVComplete. In Washington, DC he worked on biomass policy at the American Council On Renewable Energy. He is an alumnus of The University of Texas at Austin, where he graduated with a B.S. in Biochemistry.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Executive Summary
  • 2. Regional Themes
  • 3. Brazil
  • 4. Chile
  • 5. Mexico
  • 6. Argentina
  • 7. Rest of South America
  • 8. Central America & The Caribbean

List of Figures

Executive Summary

  • Latin America PV Demand 2010-2022E
  • Latin American Markets' Share of Regional Demand 2016-2022E
  • Major Market Drivers
  • Latin America Market Segmentation 2016-2022E
  • Regional Project Pipelines (MWdc)

Regional Themes

  • Upcomingandpriorauctiondetails
  • Project financing in Latin America
  • Segmented market details
  • Climate change and renewable energy targets
  • RiskinLatinAmerica


  • Brazil Overall PV Demand 2016-2022E
  • Project interconnection probabilities
  • Upcoming tender potential project sites
  • Brazil Distributed Generation outlook 2016-2022E
  • Brazil Overall PV Demand Scenarios 2016-2021E


  • Chile Overall PV Demand 2016-2022E
  • Chile Utility-scale Developer Rankings Q2 2017
  • Chile Market Segmentation 2016-2022E
  • Sistema Interconectadodel Norte Grande (SING) Grid PV Highlights
  • Sistema InterconectadoCentral (SIC) Grid PV Highlights
  • Chile Overall PV Demand Scenarios 2016-2022E


  • Mexico Overall PV Demand 2016-2022E
  • State analysis into new auction awards
  • Independent Power Producer vs Auctioned Capacity forecasts
  • Companieswith solar IPP deals
  • CEL Price forecast relative to system cost prices
  • Mexico Overall PV Demand Scenarios 2016-2022E


  • Argentina Overall PV Demand 2016-2022E
  • Latin America auction prices with regression fit (2012-present)
  • Argentina Distributed Generation (<20kW-5MW) PV Demand 2015-2021E

Rest of South America

  • Rest of South America Overall PV Demand 2016-2022E

Central America & The Caribbean

  • Central America Overall PV Demand 2016-2022E
  • Caribbean Overall PV Demand 2016-2022E
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