Megawatt-Scale PV O&M and Asset Management 2015-2020: Services, Markets and Competitors

by Cedric Brehaut

The total market for megawatt-scale O&M and asset management is expected to surpass 133 GW worldwide by the end of 2015. It will more than triple by 2020 to exceed 488 GW worldwide, driven predominantly by China, the U.S., India and Japan. In this context, investors and vendors alike have been turning their attention to ongoing management of PV installations, both financially (asset management) and technically (operations & maintenance).

Global Megawatt-Scale PV O&M and Asset Management Competitive Landscape Overview

This new report provides global and country-specific competitive landscape analysis, market sizing and forecasts, current and emerging trends and strategies, as well as service scope and price levels for a variety of plant sizes. In addition to 189-pages of market analysis, this report profiles 57 vendors in the O&M and AM space including services offered, in/out-sourcing policies and fleet size by key country.

Markets Covered Include:

Brazil | Canada | Chile | China | France | Germany | India | Italy | Japan | Mexico | South Africa | Spain | Thailand | United Kingdom | United States (including state-level market size breakdown for top 5 states)

**Note: this report has been updated with a revised forecast that accounts for the extension of the ITC.

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Cedric Brehaut Consultant

Cedric Brehaut is an expert in the monitoring and operations & maintenance of PV systems with extensive experience in the solar industry and over thirteen years in Silicon Valley. After seven years spent developing, managing and marketing security software products, Cedric joined the solar industry in 2007 as a director of product management for SunEdison and was a key contributor to the development and growth of the company’s services business unit. During Cedric’s tenure, SunEdison created and launched a new suite of turnkey services for PV plants, including managed monitoring, operations & maintenance, billing, and asset reporting services. Cedric also acted as the business development leader for these products. In 2011, he established SoliChamba Consulting and began offering consulting services to various firms in the solar industry.

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