Global Solar Demand Monitor: Q2 2016

by Mohit Anand

The global solar market had a record year in 2015, adding 14GW to its annual rate of installations. 2016 is set to be another good year, with the market set to grow by 21%. The landscape is very diverse, with the top three markets making up the majority of demand, over ten major gigawatt-scale markets globally, and Latin America and the Middle East on the rise. At the same time, global solar policies are in a state of flux, transitioning away from direct subsidies to competitively procured solar, leading to more complex market dynamics and business models.

Global PV Demand, 2005-2020E

The Global Solar Demand Monitor is a quarterly report giving insights into major developments for the global solar landscape, offering an assessment of the trajectory of the market and providing scenario-based demand forecasts. By analyzing the demand drivers, policies and risks that shape global markets, it enables companies to find success today while still preparing for the future. The analysis spans across market segments - residential, commercial, industrial and utility-scale - and includes a deeper focus on the major markets of China, India, Japan, Germany, the U.K., the U.S. and Mexico.

For Premium License buyers and subscribers, each quarter's Monitor includes a spreadsheet-based dataset with segmented demand forecasts at the global and regional levels, historical data, and deeper information on 26 major markets.

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Mohit Anand Senior Analyst, Solar

Mohit Anand is a Senior Analyst at GTM Research covering global solar markets. With previous experience covering demand dynamics and business strategies in emerging markets like India, Mohit analyzes the market fundamentals, government policies, risks, and competitive strategies that determine the success of solar players globally. Before joining GTM Research, he participated in the early stages of growth of the Indian solar industry by setting up a solar market intelligence team, advising project developers on new solar business models, and consulting for international solar companies on their market success strategies. Mohit holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai, a master’s degree in international studies from the National University of Singapore, and a master’s degree in public administration from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

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