Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/276c72/solar_cells_and_mo) has announced the addition of the "Solar Cells And Modules - Global Market Trends" report to their offering.
In these days of advanced technologies and increasing levels of eco pollution, energy consumption is touching new heights. With non-renewable sources such as oil and coal depleting rapidly, the world is on the lookout for new alternative sources of energy. The search for best-suited alternative sources of energy for the future has led to major developments in the areas of solar, wind, hydro, geothermal, fuel cells, and biomass energies. Various forms of energy that were successfully commercialized include wind and solar energies. While generation of power from wind is limited to windy areas, solar power generation does not have any such limitations. The most abundant and free form of energy is sunlight. With sun, an inexhaustible and vast source of energy, sunlight (solar energy) reaching the earth is more than a few thousand times greater than the total amount of energy used by mankind on the planet.
Daunted and discouraged by the rising petrol prices, industries across the world are turning to greener energy sources, and adding fuel to the migration trend are governmental legislations, which make it mandatory to generate a portion of electricity from renewable sources. The percentage of electricity to be generated from green sources is constantly on the rise. Increased demand spells increased production activities, which, in turn, results in economies of scale. The equation is expected to result in a drop in solar cell prices.
These and other market data and trends are presented in "Solar Cell and Modules: Global Market Trends" by BizAcumen, Inc. Our reports are designed to be most comprehensive in geographic coverage and vertical market analyses.