Weekly China PV Price Tracker

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Dublin, Oct. 4, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Dublin - Research and Markets
(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/nbr6v4/weekly_china_pv) has announced the addition of the "Weekly China PV Price Tracker" subscription to their offering.

The global PV market has explosively grown with the help of subsidy packages of each government for the sake of PV industry growth. With increasing financial burdens, however, the government subsidies are drastically being slashed, causing a lot of side effects. As European countries, as major PV markets, began to carry out policies focused on the rooftop market, excluding large-scale power generation projects, the PV market is currently entering the era of limitless competition. In this situation, the price trend by supply chain is emerging as the hottest issue in the PV market.

Solar & Energy has recently published "Weekly China PV price tracker" to analyze the biggest issue in the PV market, i.e., price trends, which are considered as essential to secure competitiveness. International FOB Price based on Chinese PV manufacturers are provided as premium offering in the form of excel file every Wednesday. In addition, unlike other service, this data include 25 part material items and 19 cell/module items classified into First/Second tiers. These data are based on the on-the-spot survey through cooperation between Solar&Enenrgy and Chinese local companies. It even provides tax rates of each HS code sector, as well as up-to-date and exact price analysis.

Key Topics Covered:

Chapter1. p-Si - Module Price

- 1.1 p-Si
- 1.2 Ingot
- 1.3 Wafer
- 1.4 Cell
- 1.5 Module

Chapter2. Part & Materials Price

- 2.1 p-Si Materials
- 2.2 Ingot/Wafer Materials
- 2.3 Cell/Module Materials

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/nbr6v4/weekly_china_pv

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