Global Solar PV Inverter Market Shares and Shipment Trends 2018

by Scott Moskowitz

In 2017, inverter shipments topped 98.5 GW, with all product segments growing year-over-year.

This brief includes the official 2017 global PV inverter market shares from our upcoming Global PV Inverter and MLPE Landscape H1 2018 report, slated for release in June. It provides the latest and most conclusive analysis of solar inverter vendors and also notes trends in technology adoption and key themes for 2018.

If you pre-order the report here, you will receive this pre-release, as well as the complete report once it is published. To see our H2 2017 version of the report, click here.

Market Share Breakdown for PV Inverter Vendors Ranked 1-5, 6-10, 11-20, and 20+ (2010 - 2017)

Companies covered include:

ABB | APSystems | Chint Power Systems| Delta | Daihen | Enphase Energy | Fimer|  Fuji Electric | Fronius | Gamesa | General Electric | Ginlong | Goodwe | GPTech | Growatt | Hitachi | Huawei | Ingeteam | KACO New Energy | KStar | Maxim | NEP | Nissin | Omron | Panasonic | Power Electronics | REFUSol | Santerno | Schneider | Shindengen | Sineng | SMA | SunPower | SolarEdge Technologies | Sungrow | Tabuchi Electric | TBEA SunOasis | Tigo Energy | TMEIC | Yaskawa-Solectria Solar


The report is part of our PV Systems and Technologies Service. To learn more, please contact solarsubscription@gtmresearch.com.

 

Scott Moskowitz Senior Analyst, Solar

Scott Moskowitz is a Senior Analyst at GTM Research in the Solar PV Systems and Technologies practice, where his research focuses on PV system design, inverters, balance-of-system components and global downstream markets. In addition to tracking the global landscape of PV projects and balance-of-systems vendors, Scott was the Assistant Editor of PV News, the solar industry’s longest-running market research periodical. Before joining GTM Research, Scott was active with Engineers Without Borders, where he co-led a water and sanitation implementation project in the Peruvian Amazon. Scott holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and mathematics from Vanderbilt University and a master’s degree in environmental engineering from the University of California, Davis, where his work focused on energy efficiency, life cycle analysis and environmental law.

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