This roadmap presents the a new vision that takes into account the considerable progress of PV technologies, as well as changing trends in the overall energy mix. It presents a detailed assessment of the technology milestones, examines numerous economic and non-economic barriers that hamper deployment and identifies policy actions to overcome them and identifies actions and time frames to achieve the higher PV deployment needed for global emission reductions.
This website provides National Survey Reports from 2001 until today for several countries, focused on the development of the PV market, the support policies, each industry and the R&D activities.
The World Energy Outlook 2018 provides updated analysis to show what the latest data, technology trends and policy announcements might mean for the energy sector to 2040. Αlso outlines an integrated way to meet multiple sustainable development goals: limiting the global temperature rise, addressing air pollution and ensuring universal access to energy.
This paper is a comparative study in a number of African as well as Asian countries (India) to review and analyse their respective PV self-consumption policies. Though PV self-consumption policies may be many and varied, this study only focuses on net metering, that “allows residential and commercial customers who generate their own electricity to feed electricity they do not use back into the grid”.
Ce rapport est une étude comparative dans une sélection de pays africains et asiatiques (Inde) afin analyser leurs politiques d'autoconsommation PV. Bien qu’il existe une multitude de politiques d'autoconsommation PV; cette étude se concentre uniquement sur le net metering, qui permet à un client générant sa propre électricité d’injecter le surplus sur le réseau.
This report aims at providing preliminary information on how the PV market developed in the last year, including the top 10 markets in 2018, the total installed capacity in the world, policies and market trends.
This guide aims at explaining the relevance of quality assurance for a sustainable market development, besides providing an overview of quality assurance measures applied to solar thermal products and installations around the world. It also indicates some possible steps in order to set up a quality assurance system in a country.
This publication tries to provide guidelines for policy and framework conditions related to solar heating and cooling, in particular solar water heating. It aims at providing a quick overview of the main issues to be considered for setting the right framework for the promotion of the solar thermal technology. Therefore, it outlines key recommendations and guidelines for the implementation of a programme for the promotion of solar water heating.
This roadmap pathway is focusing on the standardized and cost optimal solutions to integrate solar thermal technology in all industrial processes, by developing collector structures adapted to industrial buildings, improved large-scale solar collector arrays, and new planning and design tools.