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南美的PV計劃:2015年第3季

Latin America PV Playbook - Q4 2016 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:2015年第3季 Latin America PV Playbook - Q4 2016 Market Update
出版日期: 2017年01月31日 內容資訊: 英文
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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 巴西

第3章 智利

第4章 墨西哥

第5章 中美

第6章 加勒比海各國

第7章 其他

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Executive Summary

Latin America Summary: Global share of PV demand increases by 4% in 2017 adding 4 GW

  • Latin America is expected to significantly increase continues to increase its share of PV demand. The region as a whole is expected to take over 6% of global PV demand in 2017 on the basis of strong growth in several major markets such as Mexico and Chile. Several key markets on the rise include Argentina and Colombia, with regional giant, Brazil, capable of becoming a force once again through economic recovery.
  • Utility-scale solar leads all other segments of PV in across the region where solar is beating out prices for other technologies in auctions, and capturing much more of the market share for non-conventional renewables. In the second half of 2016, solar prices reached a low for not only Latin America, but briefly globally at $29/MWh during Chile's August national supply auction. Distributed generation is on the rise, in some markets such as Mexico and Brazil, where net metering and other incentives are in place.
  • Investment in the sector is spurred through the introduction of tax reforms, partnerships with development banks and funds for renewable-specific projects. Due to low PV prices, however, financing for low rate of return projects is one of the most challenging endeavors for developers. Still, economic recovery and corresponding growth in power demand helps sustain regional renewable energy investment in 2017.
  • Causes for concern in several markets include currency depreciation (Mexico and Brazil) to ever-present political changes. Latin America electricity consumption per capita is still relatively low when compared with OECD countries. The IMF revised growth projections for Latin America and the Caribbean downwards to 1.2% in 2017, with weaker than expected GDP gains in the major markets of Brazil, Chile,Mexico and Argentina.

About the Author

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. Brazil
  • 3. Chile
  • 4. Mexico
  • 5. Argentina
  • 6. Colombia
  • 7. Central America

List of Figures

Executive Summary

  • Latin America PV Demand 2010-2021E
  • Latin American Markets' Share of Regional Demand 2015-2021E
  • Mexico and Argentina Auction PV percentages
  • Latin America Markets' PV Outlook
  • Regional Project Pipelines (MWdc)
  • Historical Latin America PV prices

Brazil

  • Brazil Overall PV Demand 2015-2021E
  • Brazil Market Segmentation 2015-2021E
  • Brazil Residential (<20 kW) PV Demand Scenarios 2016E-2021E
  • Brazil Commercial (20 kW-1 MW) PV Demand Scenarios 2016E-2021E
  • Brazil Industrial (1-5 MW) PV Demand Scenarios 2016E-2021E
  • Brazil Utility-Scale (>5 MW) PV Demand Scenarios 2016E-2021E
  • Brazil Utility Scale (projects >5 MW) PV Demand 2015-2021E
  • Brazil contracted projects as part of 7GW goal
  • Pernambuco State Auction analysis
  • Investments required for BRIC countries to meet renewables targets
  • BRICS total RE targets and corresponding investments
  • Brazil Distributed Generation (<20 kW-5 MW) PV Demand 2015-2021E
  • Brazil Distributed Generation by state
  • Brazil Overall PV Demand Scenarios 2016E-2021E

Chile

  • Chile Overall PV Demand 2015-2021E
  • Chile Market Segmentation 2015-2021E
  • Chile Residential PV Demand Scenarios 2016E-2021E
  • Chile Commercial (20 kW-1 MW) PV Demand Scenarios 2016E-2021E
  • Chile Industrial (1-5 MW) PV Demand Scenarios 2016E-2021E
  • Chile Utility-Scale (>5 MW) PV Demand Scenarios 2016E-2021E
  • Chile Utility Scale (projects >5 MW) PV Demand 2015-2021E
  • Sistema Interconectado del Norte Grande (SING) Grid PV Highlights
  • Sistema Interconectado Central (SIC) Grid PV Highlights
  • Chile Utility-scale Developer Rankings Q4 2016
  • Chilean mining sector electricity demand projections
  • Chilean PV PPA prices vs other technologies in auctions
  • Chile Overall PV Demand Scenarios 2016E-2021E

Mexico

  • Mexico Overall PV Demand 2015-2021E
  • Mexico Market Segmentation 2015-2021E
  • Mexico Residential (<20 kW) PV Demand Scenarios 2016E-2021E
  • Mexico Commercial (20 kW-1 MW) PV Demand Scenarios 2016E-2021E
  • Mexico Industrial (1-5 MW) PV Demand Scenarios 2016E-2021E
  • Mexico Utility-Scale (>5 MW) PV Demand Scenarios 2016E-2021E
  • Mexico Utility Scale (>5 MW) PV Demand 2015-2021E
  • State analysis into new auction awards
  • Mexico Distributed Generation (<20 kW-5 MW) PV Demand 2015-2021E
  • State Distributed Generation installed capacity (2011-2015)
  • State percentage of installed Distributed Generation through 2015
  • Distributed Generation installations by segment through 2015
  • Nodal prices across Mexico in relation to the next auction
  • Mexico Overall PV Demand Scenarios 2016E-2021E

Argentina

  • Argentina Overall PV Demand 2015-2021E
  • RenovAR 1 and RenovAR 1.5 projects relative to country Global Horizontal Irradiance (GHI) and location
  • 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 2015-2021E

Central America

  • Central America Overall PV Demand 2015-2021E
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