Thursday, 23 February 2012

2012 Deep Research Report on Cost and Price of China Solar Polysilicon Ingot Wafer Cell Module

Cost and Price of China Solar Polysilicon Ingot Wafer Cell Module 2012 Deep Research Report

Cost and Price of China Solar Polysilicon Ingot Wafer Cell Module

China Solar Polysilicon Ingot Wafer Cell Module Market

China Solar Polysilicon Ingot Wafer Cell Module

2012 Deep Research Report on Cost and Price of China Solar Polysilicon Ingot Wafer Cell Module> was a professional Cost and price Profit deep research report on solar polysilicon ingot wafer cell module industry.The report first introduced solar polysilicon ingot wafer cell module industry chain structure.

Then introduced solar polysilicon ingot wafer cell module manufacturing process and equipment; and then introduced polysilicon ingot wafer cell module 2009-2016 cost structure and cost price profit margin etc information. At the same time, the report also introduced polysilicon ingot wafer cell module related raw materials 2009-2016 cost price information and also introduced polysilicon ingot wafer cell module key players 2009-2016 related products cost structure and cost price profit margin data and information, in the end,the report made a summary analysis on the development trend and conclusion of solar polysilicon ingot wafer cell module Cost&Price.

In a word, it was a depth research report on china solar polysilicon ingot wafer cell module cost and price industry. And thanks to the China solar industry chain marketing or technology experts’ help and support during QYResearch Solar Energy Team survey and interviews.

Table of Contents

Chapter One Solar Industry Chain Overview 1
1.1 Solar Polysilicon Industry Chain Structure 1
1.2 Solar Ingot Industry Chain Structure 3
1.3 Solar Wafer Industry Chain Structure 5
1.4 Solar Cell Industry Chain Structure 7
1.5 Solar Module Industry Chain Structure 8

Chapter Two Solar Product Manufacturing Process and Equipment 10
2.1 Solar Polysilicon Manufacturing Process and Equipment 10
2.1.1 Siemens CVD Reactor and Specification 10
2.1.2 Cold Hydrogenation Thermal Hydrogenation Process Comparison Analysis 11
2.2 Ingot Casting Pulling Process and Equipment 11
2.2.1 DSS Furnace and Energy Consumption Analysis 11
2.2.2 Puller Process Analysis 12
2.2.3 Mono-like Casting Furnace Analysis 13
2.2 Wafer Process and Equipment 13
2.3.1 Cutting Equipments and Process Analysis 13
2.3.2 Copper Coated Saw Wire and Diamond Saw Wire Comparison Analysis 14
2.4 Solar Cell Process and Equipment 15
2.4.1 PECVD and Process Analysis 15
2.4.2 High Efficiency Solar Cell Process Analysis 15
2.5 Solar Module Manufacturing Process and Equipment 16
2.5.1 Solar Laminator Process Analysis 16
2.5.2 Raw Materials and Cost Reduction Method Analysis 16

Chapter Three Solar Polysilicon Cost Price Profit Margin Analysis 17
3.1 Solar Polysilicon Cost Structure 17
3.2 Solar Polysilicon Cost Price 18

Chapter Four Solar Multicrystal Silicon Ingot Cost Price Profit Margin Analysis 18
4.1 Solar Multicrystal Silicon Ingot Cost Structure 18
4.2 Solar Multicrystal Silicon Ingot (8Inch Square Ingot) Cost Price 19

Chapter Five Solar Single Crystal Silicon Ingot Cost Price Profit Margin Analysis 20
5.1 Single Crystal Silicon Ingot Cost Structure 20
5.2 Single Crystal Silicon Ingot (6.5Inch 8Inch Square Rod) Cost Price 21

Chapter Six Solar Wafer Cost Price Profit Margin Analysis 21
6.1 Solar Multi Wafer Cost Structure 21
6.2 Solar Mono Wafer Cost Structure 22
6.3 Solar Multi Wafer (156*156) Cost Price 23
6.4 Solar Mono Wafer (125*125 156*156) Cost Price 23

Chapter Seven Solar Cell Cost Price Profit Margin Analysis 24
7.1 Solar Cell Cost Structure 24
7.2 Solar Multi Cell (156*156) Cost Price 25
7.4 Solar Mono Cell (125*125 156*156) Cost Price 25

Chapter Eight Solar Module Cost Price Profit Margin Analysis 26
8.1 Solar Module Cost Structure 26
8.2 Solar Multi Module (230W) Cost Price 27
8.4 Solar Mono Module (190W 245W) Cost Price 27

Chapter Nine Other Solar Materials Cost Price Analysis 28
9.1 Polysilicon Raw Materials 28
9.1.1 Metal Silicon 28
9.1.2 TCS(SiHCL3) 29
9.1.3 Liquid Chlorine 29
9.2 Ingot Wafer Raw Materials 30
9.2.1 Quartz Crucible 30
9.2.2 Graphite Hot Zone 30
9.2.3 Wire 30
9.2.4 SIC 31
9.2.5 PEG 31
9.3 Solar Cell Raw Materials 31
9.3.1 Front Silver Paste 31
9.3.2 Back Silver Paste 32
9.3.3 Back Al Paste 32
9.3.4 Argon Gas 32
9.4 Solar Module Raw Materials 33
9.4.1 PV Glass (Ultra White Rolled Glass) 33
9.4.2 Back Sheet 33
9.4.3 EVA 33
9.4.4 Juction Box 34
9.4.5 Aluminum Frame 34
9.4.6 PV-Ribbon 34
9.5 PV System 35
9.5.1 PV Inverter 35

Chapter Ten Key Manufacturer 35
10.1 Polysilicon 35
10.1.1 GCL 35
10.1.2 LDK 36
10.1.3 Sino-Si 38
10.1.4 Daqo New Eenergy 39
10.2 Ingot Wafer 40
10.2.1 GCL 40
10.2.2 LDK 41
10.2.3 Renesola 43
10.2.4 Jinglong 44
10.3 Cell and Module 45
10.3.1 Suntech 45
10.3.2 JA Solar 47
10.3.3 Yingli Solar 48
10.3.4 Trina Solar 49
10.3.5 CSI Solar 50
10.3.6 Hanwha Solar 52

Chapter Eleven Research Conclusions 53

Tables and Figures

Figure Solar Polysilicon Industry Chain Structure 1
Figure Solar Polysilicon Product Picture 2
Figure Solar Multicrystal Silicon Ingot Industry Chain Structure 3
Figure Solar Multicrystal Silicon Ingot Product Picture 3
Figure Solar Single Crystal Silicon Ingot Industry Chain Structure 4
Figure Solar Single Crystal Silicon Ingot Product Picture 4
Figure Solar Multi Crystalline Silicon Wafer Industry Chain Structure 5
Figure Solar Multi Crystalline Silicon Wafer Product Picture 6
Figure Solar Mono Crystalline Silicon Wafer Industry Chain Structure 6
Figure Solar Mono Crystalline Silicon Wafer Product Picture 7
Figure Solar Cell Industry Chain Structure 7
Figure Solar Cell Product Picture 8
Figure Solar Module (Panel) Industry Chain Structure 9
Figure Solar Module (Panel) Product Picture 9
Table GTAT Siemens CVD Reactor and Product Specifications 10
Table Cold Hydrogenation Thermal Hydrogenation Process Comparison Analysis 11
Table GTAT Zhejiang Jinggong DSS Furnace Specifications Energy Consumption Comparison Analysis 12
Table Jingyuntong Single Crystal Silicon Puller Product Specifications List 12
Table GCL etc Mono-like Casting Furnace and Product Specifications Analysis 13
Table Cropper Squarer Wire Sawing Equipments and Product Specifications Analysis 13
Table Copper Coated Saw Wire and Diamond Saw Wire Silicing Process Cost Comparison Analysis 14
Table Tube Flat PECVD and Process Analysis 15
Table High Efficiency Solar Cell Process Analysis 15
Table Laminator Suppliers and Product Specifications List 16
Table PV Glass Back Sheet EVA Film Juction Box Aluminum Frame etc Raw Materials and Cost Reduction Method Analysis 16
Table 2009-2016 China Solar Polysilicon Cost Structure ($/Kg) 17
Table 2009-2016 China Solar Polysilicon Cost Price Profit ($/Kg) Profit Margin List 18
Table 2009-2016 China Solar Multicrystal Silicon Ingot Cost Structure ($/Kg) 19
Table 2009-2016 China Solar Multicrystal Silicon Ingot (8Inch Square Ingot) Cost Price Profit ($/Kg) Profit Margin List 19
Table 2009-2016 China Single Crystal Silicon Ingot Cost Structure ($/Kg) 20
Table 2009-2016 China Single Crystal Silicon Ingot (6.5Inch 8Inch Square Rod) Cost Price Profit($/Kg) Profit Margin List 21
Table 2009-2016 China Solar Multi Wafer Cost Structure (USD/Piece) 22
Table 2009-2016 Solar Mono Wafer Cost Structure (USD/Piece) 22
Table 2009-2016 China Solar Multi Wafer (156*156) Cost Price Profit (USD/Piece) Profit Margin List 23
Table 2009-2016 China Solar Mono Wafer (125*125 156*156) Cost Price Profit (USD/Piece) Profit Margin List 23
Table 2009-2016 China Solar Cell Cost Structure (USD/W) 24
Table 2009-2016 China Solar Multi Cell (156*156) Cost Price Profit(USD/W) Profit Margin List 25
Table 2009-2016 China Solar Mono Cell (125*125 156*156) Cost Price Profit(USD/W) Profit Margin List 25
Table 2009-2016 China Solar Module Cost Structure (USD/W) 26
Table 2009-2016 China Solar Multi Module (230W) Cost Price Profit (USD/W) Profit Margin List 27
Table 2009-2016 China Solar Mono Module (190W 245W) Cost Price Profit(USD/W) Profit Margin List 28
Table 2009-2016 China Metal Silicon Cost Price (USD/Ton) Profit Margin List 29
Table 2009-2016 China TCS Cost Price (USD/Ton) Profit Margin List 29
Table 2009-2016 China Liquid Chlorine Cost Price(USD/Ton) Profit Margin List 29
Table 2009-2016 China Single Crystal 22Inch Circular Quartz Crucible Multicrystal 880*880*420 Square Quartz Crucible Cost Price (USD/Set) Profit Margin List 30
Table 2009-2016 China Graphite Hot Zone Cost Price(USD/Set) Profit Margin List 30
Table 2009-2016 China Copper Coated Saw Wire Cost Price(USD/Km) Diamond Wire Cost Price(USD/m) Profit Margin List 30
Table 2009-2016 China SIC Cost Price (USD/Ton) Profit Margin List 31
Table 2009-2016 China PEG Cost Price(USD/Ton) Profit Margin List 31
Table 2009-2016 China Front Silver Paste Cost Price (USD/Kg) Profit Margin List 31
Table 2009-2016 China Back Silver Paste Cost Price (USD/Kg) Profit Margin List 32
Table 2009-2016 China Back Al Paste Cost Price(USD/Kg) Profit Margin List 32
Table 2009-2016 China Argon Gas Cost Price (USD/Kg) Profit Margin List 32
Table 2009-2016 China PV Glass (Ultra White Rolled Glass) Cost Price (USD/m2) Profit Margin List 33
Table 2009-2016 China Solar Back Sheet Cost Price (USD/m2) Profit Margin List 33
Table 2009-2016 China Solar EVA Film Cost Price (USD/m2) Profit Margin List 33
Table 2009-2016 China Juction Box Cost Price (USD/Set) Profit Margin List 34
Table 2009-2016 China Solar Module Aluminum Frame Cost Price (USD/Set) Profit Margin List 34
Table 2009-2016 China PV-Ribbon Cost Price (USD/Kg) Profit Margin List 34
Table 2009-2016 China PV Inverter (<10KW 10-100KW >100KW)Cost Price (USD/W) Profit Margin List 35
Figure GCL Solar Polysilicon Product Picture and Product Specifications List 35
Table 2009-2016 GCL Solar Polysilicon Cost Price ($/Kg) Profit Margin List 36
Table 2009-2016 GCL Solar Polysilicon Cost Structure (TCS Power Labor Depreciation etc) ($/Kg) List 36
Figure LDK Solar Polysilicon Product Picture and Product Specifications List 36
Table 2009-2016 LDK Solar Polysilicon Cost Price ($/Kg) Profit Margin List 37
Table 2009-2016 LDK Solar Polysilicon Cost Structure (TCS Power Labor Depreciation etc) ($/Kg) List 37
Figure Sino-Si Solar Polysilicon Product Picture and Product Specifications List 38
Table 2009-2016 Sino-Si Solar Polysilicon Cost Price($/Kg)Profit Margin List 38
Table 2009-2016 Sino-Si Solar Polysilicon Cost Structure (TCS Power Labor Depreciation etc) ($/Kg) List 38
Figure Daqo New Eenergy Solar Polysilicon Product Picture and Product Specifications List 39
Table 2009-2016 Daqo New Eenergy Solar Polysilicon Cost Price($/Kg)Profit Margin List 39
Table 2009-2016 Daqo New Eenergy Solar Polysilicon Cost Structure (TCS Power Labor Depreciation etc) ($/Kg) List 40
Figure GCL Solar Wafer Product Picture and Product Specifications List 40
Table 2009-2016 GCL Solar Wafer Cost Price (USD/Piece) Profit Margin List 41
Table 2009-2016 GCL Solar Wafer Cost Structure (Raw Materials Power Labor Depreciation etc) (USD/Piece) List 41
Figure LDK Solar Wafer Product Picture and Product Specifications List 41
Table 2009-2016 LDK Solar Wafer Cost Price(USD/Piece)Profit Margin List 42
Table 2009-2016 LDK Solar Wafer Cost Structure (Raw Materials Power Labor Depreciation etc) (USD/Piece) List 42
Figure Renesola Solar Wafer Product Picture and Product Specifications List 43
Table 2009-2016 Renesola Solar Wafer Cost Price(USD/Piece)Profit Margin List 43
Table 2009-2016 Renesola Solar Wafer Cost Structure (Raw Materials Power Labor Depreciation etc) (USD/Piece) List 43
Figure Jinglong Solar Wafer Product Picture and Product Specifications List 44
Table 2009-2016 Jinglong Solar Wafer Cost Price(USD/Piece)Profit Margin List 44
Table 2009-2016 Jinglong Solar Wafer Cost Structure (Raw Materials Power Labor Depreciation etc) (USD/Piece) List 45
Figure Suntech Solar Cell Module Product Picture and Product Specifications List 45
Table 2009-2016 Suntech Solar Cell Module Cost Price(USD/W)Profit Margin List 46
Table 2009-2016 Suntech Solar Cell Module Cost Structure (Paste Glass Back Sheet Labor Depreciation etc) (USD/W) List 46
Figure JA Solar Solar Cell Module Product Picture and Product Specifications List 47
Table 2009-2016 JA Solar Solar Cell Module Cost Price(USD/W)Profit Margin List 47
Table 2009-2016 JA Solar Solar Cell Module Cost Structure (Paste Glass Back Sheet Labor Depreciation etc) (USD/W) List 47
Figure Yingli Solar Solar Cell Module Product Picture and Product Specifications List 48
Table 2009-2016 Yingli Solar Solar Cell Module Cost Price(USD/W)Profit Margin List 48
Table 2009-2016 Yingli Solar Solar Cell Module Cost Structure (Paste Glass Back Sheet Labor Depreciation etc) (USD/W) List 49
Figure Trina Solar Solar Cell Module Product Picture and Product Specifications List 49
Table 2009-2016 Trina Solar Solar Cell Module Cost Price(USD/W)Profit Margin List 50
Table 2009-2016 Trina Solar Solar Cell Module Cost Structure (Paste Glass Back Sheet Labor Depreciation etc) (USD/W) List 50
Figure CSI Solar Solar Cell Module Product Picture and Product Specifications List 50
Table 2009-2016 CSI Solar Solar Cell Module Cost Price(USD/W)Profit Margin List 51
Table 2009-2016 CSI Solar Solar Cell Module Cost Structure (Paste Glass Back Sheet Labor Depreciation etc) (USD/W) List 51
Figure Hanwha Solar Solar Cell Module Product Picture and Product Specifications List 52
Table 2009-2016 Hanwha Solar Solar Cell Module Cost Price(USD/W)Profit Margin List 52
Table 2009-2016 Hanwha Solar Solar Cell Module Cost Structure (Paste Glass Back Sheet Labor Depreciation etc) (USD/W) List 52

China Solar Polysilicon Ingot Wafer Cell Module Market

China Solar Polysilicon Ingot Wafer Cell Module

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Wednesday, 22 February 2012

Cost and Price of China Wind Power Equipment 2012 Deep Research Report

Cost and Price of China Wind Power Equipment 2012 Deep Research Report

Cost and Price of China Wind Power Equipment

China Wind Power Equipment

2012 Deep Research Report on Cost and Price of China Wind Power Equipmentis a specific wind power equipment Cost and price Profit deep research report.The report firest introduced wind turbine (include Double fed and Direct-drive Wind turbine and key turbine Models with different power such as 0.75MW 1.5MW 2.0MW 2.5MW 3.0MW 3.6MW 5.0MW etc) cost and pricethen introduced Blade1.5MW 2.0MW 2.5MW 3.0MW 5.0MW),Gearbox1.5MW 3.0MW 5.0MW Bearings1.5MW 2.0MW 2.5MW 3.0MW 5.0MWGenerator1.5MW 2.0MW 3.0MW 5.0MW Double fed 1.5MW 2.0MW 2.5MW Direct Drive Yaw systems 1.5MW 2.0MW 2.5MW 3.0MWPitch Systems1.5MW 2.0MW 2.5MW 3.0MWControl Systems1.5MW 2.0MW 2.5MW 3.0MWwind power Converter 1.5MW 2.0MW 2.5MW 3.0MW 5.0MW double fed or full poweretc Other wind turbine key components Cost price profit and profit margin etc informationat the same time,we also made a detailed statistics on some components manufacturers' cost and price informationIn addition to the statistics of the equipment Cost and price, the report also conduct a feasibility analysis on 49.5MW wind farm in I II III IV type Wind Resource Area and some key components project.

 

At last we made a summary analysis on the development trend of wind power equipment Cost&Price. In a word, it was a depth research report on china Wind power equipment cost and price industry. And thanks to the China Wind power equipments marketing or technology experts' help and support during QYResearch Wind Energy team survey and interviews.

 

 

 

Friday, 17 February 2012

Global and China Thin Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Industry

Global and China Thin Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Industry 2012 Deep Research Report

Global and China Thin Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Industry

2012 Deep Research Report on Global and China Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Industry was published on Feb 2012. It was a professional and depth research report on Global and China Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Industry.

Firstly the report describes the background knowledge of Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell (A-Si A-Si/Uc-Si etc), including Concepts Classification Manufacturing process technical parameters etc; then statistics International and China 48 Manufacturers Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell product Capacity production cost price production value profit margins and other relevant data, statistics these enterprises Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell products, customers, raw materials, company background information, then summary statistics and analysis the relevant data on these enterprises.

The report got Global and China Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell companies production market share, Global and China Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell demand supply and shortage, Global and China Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell 2009 -2016 production price cost profit production value profit margins, etc. At the same time, the report analyzed and discussed supply and demand changes in Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell market and business development strategies, conduct a comprehensive analysis on Global and China Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell industry trends. Finally, the report also introduced 50MW/year Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell project Feasibility analysis and related research conclusions. In a word, It was a depth research report on Global and China Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell industry. And thanks to the support and assistance from Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell industry chain related experts and enterprises during QYResearch Solar Energy Research Team survey and interview.

Publisher : QYResearch

Report Category : Clean Technology

Table of Contents

Chapter One Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Industry Overview 1
1.1 Definition 1
1.2 Classification and Application 2
1.3 Industry Chain Structure 4
1.4 Mono Multi C-Si and CIGS CDTE A-Si Solar Cell Comparison 4

Chapter Two Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Manufacturing Process and Cost Analysis 7
2.1 Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Manufacturing Process Overview 7
2.2 Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Manufacturing Process Analysis 9
2.3 Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Manufacturing Equipments List 10
2.4 Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Manufacturers Equipment Source 12
2.5 Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Panel Raw Materials Analysis 17
2.5.1 TCO(FTO) Substrate Glass 18
2.5.2 Packaging Glass (Ultra Clear Float Glass) 21
2.5.3 EVA Film 25
2.5.4 Special Gas(SiH4 etc) 28
2.5.5 Target (ZnO/Al2O3 Target) 31
2.6 Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Panel Cost Structure Analysis 33

Chapter Three Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Productions Supply Sales Demand Market Status and Forecast 34
3.1 Capacity and Production Overview 34
3.2 Global Manufacturer Market Share 48
3.3 China Manufacturer Market Share 49
3.4 Global and China Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Demand 50
3.5 Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Supply Demand and Shortage 51
3.6 Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Panel Cost Price Value Efficiency Profit Margin 51

Chapter Four Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell(A-Si(Single Tandam Triple Junction) a-Si/μc-Si) Key Manufacturers 53
4.1 Hanergy (Beijing) a-Si/μc-Si 53
4.2 Sharp Thin Film (Japan) a-Si/μc-Si/a-Si GaAs 55
4.3 United Solar Ovonic(Energy Conversion Devices) (US) A-Si/A-SiGe/A-SiGe 58
4.4 Trony (Shenzhen)A-Si Single 61
4.5 Nexpower (Taiwan)a-Si/µc-Si 63
4.6 GS Solar (Fujian) a-Si Tandem 66
4.7 Kaneka Solartech (Japan) a-Si/Poly-Si 68
4.8 Best Solar (Jiangxi)a-Si Tandem 71
4.9 QS Solar (Nantong)a-Si Tandem 74
4.10 T-Solar Global(Spain)a-Si/μc-Si 77
4.11 Bangkok Solar (Thailand) a-Si Tandem 80
4.12 MHI(Mitsubishi Heavy Industries) (Japan) a-Si/μc-Si 83
4.13 Bosch Solar(Germany)A-Si Single, a-Si/μc-Si 86
4.14 Tianwei SolarFilms (Baoding) A-Si Single/Junction 88
4.15 Astronergy (Zhejiang)A-Si/μc-Si 91
4.16 Enn Solar (Hebei)a-Si Tandem 94
4.17 Fuji Electric Systems (Japan)A-Si/A-SiGe 96
4.18 Auria Solar (Taiwan) a-Si/μc-Si 99
4.19 Malibu GmbH (Germany) a-Si/μc-Si 101
4.20 Topray Solar (Shenzhen)a-Si Tandem 104
4.28 Green Energy Technology(Taiwan)a-Si Single 106
4.22 DuPont Apollo (Shenzhen)a-Si Single 110
4.23 Moser Baer Photo Voltaic (India) a-Si Single 113
4.24 Sunwell Solar (Taiwan)a-Si Single 115
4.25 Signet Solar (Germany) a-Si Single 118
4.26 Schott Solar Thin Film (Germany) a-Si/μc-Si 120
4.27 Inventux Technologies AG (Germany) a-Si/μc-Si 123
4.28 Pramac SpA (Italy) a-Si/μc-Si 125
4.29 Sunlogics (US) a-Si Tandem (Former NMSEC) 127
4.30 General Solar Power (Yantai) a-Si Single 130
4.31 Ample-sun (Hangzhou) a-Si Single 134
4.32 Sunner Solar (Taiwan) a-Si Single 136
4.33 Jinneng Solar (Tianjin)A-Si Tandem 138
4.34 CSG Solar (Germany) Poly-Si 140
4.35 Lambda Energia (Mexico) a-Si/a-SiC 143
4.36 GETWATT(Korea)a-Si Tandem 145
4.14 Sinonar Solar (Taiwan) a-Si Tandem 147
4.38 Hisun PV (Hebei) a-Si Single 150
4.39 Zone PV (Jiangsu) a-Si Tandem 153
4.40 Polar PV (Anhui)a-Si Single,Tandem 158
4.41 CN Solar (Cixi)a-Si Tandem 160
4.42 Solar Plus (Portugal) a-Si Tandem 164
4.43 FFA Solar (Baoding) a-Si Tandem 166
4.49 Kenmos PV (Taiwan)a-Si Tandem 169
4.45 Terra Solar Global, Inc.(US)a-Si Tandem 172
4.46 Sanyo Amorton (Japan) a-Si Single 175
4.47 HELIODOMI (Greece) a-Si Tandem 177
4.48 CG Solar (Weihai) A-Si Tandem 179

Chapter Five Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Equipment Suppliers 183
5.1 Oerlikon Solar(Switzerland) 183
5.2 Applied Materials (US) 189
5.3 ULVAC(Japan) 194
5.4 Solar Thin Film(Hungary) 199
5.5 Anwell(HongKong) 203
5.6 NAGA (Shenzhen) 206
5.7 Beiyi (Beijing) 208
5.8 GPM (Taiwan) 210
5.9 Apollo Solar (HongKong) 212
5.10 Jusung (Korea) 213
5.11 XsunX(US) 216
5.12 NMSEC(EPV Solar) (US) 217
5.13 Leybold Optics(Germany) 221

Chapter Six Feasibility Analysis of China New Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Project 225
6.1 50MW Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Project Opportunity and Risk Analysis 225
6.2 50MW Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Project Feasibility Analysis 225
6.2.1 Project Name 226
6.2.2 Project Capacity 226
6.2.3 Equipments and Building 226
6.2.4 Project Schedule 226
6.2.5 Project Investment 226
6.2.6 Investment Return Rate 226

Chapter Seven Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Industry Research Conclusions 228

Tables and Figures

Figure Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Structure 1
Figure Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Panel Structure 2
Table Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Classification and Application List 2
Figure Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Industry Chain Structure 4
Table Mono Multi C-Si and CIGS CDTE A-Si Solar Cell Comparison 4
Figure Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Manufacturing Process 8
Figure Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Panel Manufacturing Process Flow 9
Table A-Si Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Manufacturing Equipments and Its Selling Price (10K USD/set) 12
Table Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Key Manufacturers Equipment Sources List 12
Figure Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Panel Structure 17
Figure TCO Glass Product Picture 18
Table TCO Glass Product Specifications and Price(RMB/M2) 18
Table China Local TCO Glass Manufacturers List 19
Figure Ultra Clear Float Glass Product Picture 21
Table Ultra Clear Float Glass Product Specifications and Price (RMB/M2) 21
Figure EVA Film Product Picture 25
Table EVA Film Product Specifications and Price (RMB/M2) 25
Figure SiH4 Gas Product Picture 28
Table SiH4 Gas Product Specification and Price (RMB/Kg) 28
Figure ZnO/Al2O3 Target Product Picture 31
Table ZnO/Al2O3 Target Product Specification and Price (RMB/w) 31
Table Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Panel Cost Structure(RMB/W) 33
Table 2009-2016 Global 48 Manufacturers Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Capacity and Total Capacity (MW) List 34
Table 2009-2016 Global 48 Manufacturers Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Capacity Market Share List 36
Table 2009-2016 Global 48 Manufacturers Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Production and Total Production (MW) List 37
Table 2009-2016 Global 48 Manufacturers Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Production Market Share List 39
Figure 2009-2016 Global Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Capacity Production and Growth Rate 41
Table 2009-2016 Global Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Capacity Utilization Rate List 41
Figure 2009-2016 Global Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Capacity Utilization Development Trend 42
Table 2009-2016 China 25 Manufacturers Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Capacity and Total Capacity (MW) List 42
Table 2009-2016 China 25 Manufacturers Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Capacity Market Share List 43
Table 2009-2016 China 25 Manufacturers Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Production and Total Production (MW) List 44
Table 2009-2016 China 25 Manufacturers Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Production Market Share List 45
Figure 2009-2016 China Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Capacity Production and Growth Rate 47
Table 2009-2016 China Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Capacity Utilization Rate List 47
Figure 2009-2016 China Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Capacity Utilization Development Trend 48
Figure 2011 Global Key Manufacturers Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Production (MW) and Market Share 48
Figure 2012 Global Key Manufacturers Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Production (MW) and Market Share 49
Figure 2011 China Key Manufacturers Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Production (MW) and Market Share 49
Figure 2012 China Key Manufacturers Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Production (MW) and Market Share 50
Table 2009-2016 Global and China Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Demand (MW) List 50
Table 2009-2016 Global and China Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Supply Demand and Shortage (MW) 51
Table 2009-2016 Global Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 51
Table 2009-2016 China Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 52
Table Hanergy Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 53
Table 2009-2016 Hanergy A-Si/μc-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 54
Figure 2009-2016 Hanergy A-Si/μc-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 55
Table Sharp Thin Film Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 55
Table 2009-2016 Sharp Thin Film a-Si/μc-Si/a-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 57
Figure 2009-2016 Sharp Thin Film a-Si/μc-Si/a-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 58
Table United Solar Ovonic Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 58
Table 2009-2016 United Solar Ovonic A-Si/A-SiGe/A-SiGe Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 60
Figure 2009-2016 United Solar Ovonic Triple Junction Amorphous silicon Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 61
Table Trony Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 61
Table 2009-2016 Trony A-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 62
Figure 2009-2016 Trony A-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 63
Table Nexpower Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 63
Table 2009-2016 Nexpower a-Si/µc-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 65
Figure 2009-2016 Nexpower a-Si/µc-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 65
Table GS Solar Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 66
Table 2009-2016 GS Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 67
Figure 2009-2016 GS Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 68
Table Kaneka Solartech Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 68
Table 2009-2016 Kaneka Hybrid (a-Si/Poly-Si) Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 70
Figure 2009-2016 Kaneka Hybrid(a-Si/Poly-Si) Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 71
Table Best Solar Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 71
Table 2009-2016 Best Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 74
Figure 2009-2016 Best Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 74
Table QS Solar Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 75
Table 2009-2016 QS Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 76
Figure 2009-2016 QS Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 77
Table T-Solar Global Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 77
Table 2009-2016 T-Solar Global a-Si/μc-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 79
Figure 2009-2016 T-Solar Global a-Si/μc-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 80
Table Bangkok Solar Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 80
Table 2009-2016 Bangkok Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 81
Figure 2009-2016 Bangkok Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 83
Table MHI Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 83
Table 2009-2016 MHI a-Si/μc-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 85
Figure 2009-2016 MHI a-Si/μc-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 85
Table Bosch Solar Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 86
Table 2009-2016 Bosch Solar a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 87
Figure 2009-2016 Bosch Solar a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 88
Table Tianwei SolarFilms Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 88
Table 2009-2016 Tianwei SolarFilms A-Si Single/Junction Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 90
Figure 2009-2016 Tianwei SolarFilms A-Si Single/Junction Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 91
Table Astronergy Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 91
Table 2009-2016 Astronergy A-Si/μc-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 93
Figure 2009-2016 Astronergy A-Si/μc-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 93
Table Enn Solar Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 94
Table 2009-2016 Enn Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 95
2009-2016 Enn Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 96
Table Fuji Electric Systems Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 96
Table 2009-2016 Fuji Electric Systems A-Si/A-SiGe Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 98
Figure 2009-2016 Fuji Electric Systems A-Si/A-SiGe Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 98
Table Auria Solar Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 99
Table 2009-2016 Auria Solar a-Si/μc-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 100
Figure 2009-2016 Auria Solar a-Si/μc-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 101
Table Malibu GmbH Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 101
Table 2009-2016 Malibu a-Si/μc-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 102
Figure 2009-2016 Malibu a-Si/μc-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 103
Table Topray Solar Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 104
Table 2009-2016 Topray Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 105
Figure 2009-2016 Topray Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 106
Table Green Energy Technology Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 106
Table 2009-2016 Green Energy Technology a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 109
Figure 2009-2016 Green Energy Technology a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 110
Table DuPont Apollo Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 110
Table 2009-2016 DuPont Apollo a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 112
Figure 2009-2016 Dupont DuPont Apollo a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 112
Table Moser Baer Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 113
Table 2009-2016 Moser Baer a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 115
Figure 2009-2016 Moser Baer a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 115
Table Sunwell Solar Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 116
Table 2009-2016 Sunwell Solar a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 117
Figure 2009-2016 Sunwell Solar a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 118
Table Signet Solar Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 118
Table 2009-2016 Signet Solar a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 119
Figure 2009-2016 Signet Solar a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 120
Table Schott Solar Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 120
Table 2009-2016 Schott Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 122
Figure 2009-2016 Schott Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 122
Table Inventux Technologies AG Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 123
Table 2009-2016 Inventux Technologies a-Si/μc-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 124
Figure 2009-2016 Inventux Technologies a-Si/μc-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 125
Table Pramac SpA Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 125
Table 2009-2016 Pramac SpA a-Si/μc-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 126
Figure 2009-2016 Pramac SpA a-Si/μc-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 127
Table Sunlogics Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 127
Table 2009-2016 Sunlogics A-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 129
Figure 2009-2016 Sunlogics Solar A-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 129
Table General Solar Power Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 130
Table 2009-2016 General Solar Power a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 133
Figure 2009-2016 General Solar Power a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 133
Table Ample-sun Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 134
Table 2009-2016 Ample-sun a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 135
Figure 2009-2016 Ample-sun a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 136
Table Sunner Solar Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 136
Table 2009-2016 Sunner Solar a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 137
Figure 2009-2016 Sunner Solar a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 138
Table Jinneng Solar Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 138
Table 2009-2016 Jinneng Solar A-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 139
Figure 2009-2016 Jinneng Solar A-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 140
Table CSG Solar Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 141
Table 2009-2016 CSG Solar CGS Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 142
Figure 2009-2016 CSG Solar CGS Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 143
Table Lambda Energia Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 143
Table 2009-2016 Lambda Energia a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 144
Figure 2009-2016 Lambda Energia a-Si/a-SiC Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 145
Table GETWATT Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 145
Table 2009-2016 GETWATT a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 147
Figure 2009-2016 GETWATT a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 147
Table Sinonar Solar Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 148
Table 2009-2016 Sinonar Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 149
Figure 2009-2016 Sinonar Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 150
Table Hisun PV Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 150
Table 2009-2016 Hisun PV a-Si Single Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 152
Figure 2009-2016 Hisun PV a-Si Single Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 153
Table Zone PV Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 153
Table 2009-2016 Zone PV a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 157
Figure 2009-2016 Zone PV a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 157
Table Polar PV Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 158
Table 2009-2016 Polar PV a-Si Single,Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 159
Figure 2009-2016 Polar PV a-Si Single,Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 160
Table CN Solar Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 160
Table 2009-2016 CN Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 163
Figure 2009-2016 CN Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 164
Table Solar Plus S.A.Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 164
Table 2009-2016 Solar Plus a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 165
Figure 2009-2016 Solar Plus a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 166
Table FFA Solar Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 166
Table 2009-2016 FFA Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 169
Figure 2009-2016 FFA Solar a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 169
Table Kenmos PV Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 170
Table 2009-2016 Kenmos PV a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 171
Figure 2009-2016 Kenmos PV a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 172
Table Terra Solar Global Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 172
Table 2009-2016 Terra Solar Global a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 174
Figure 2009-2016 Terra Solar Global a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 174
Table Sanyo Amorton Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 175
Table 2009-2016 Sanyo Amorton a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 176
Figure 2009-2016 Sanyo Amorton a-Si Single Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 177
Table HELIODOMI S.A.Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 177
Table 2009-2016 HELIODOMI a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 178
Figure 2009-2016 HELIODOMI a-Si Tandem Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 179
Table CG Solar Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 179
Table 2009-2016 CG Solar A-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Production (MW) Efficiency (%) Price Cost Profit (USD/W) Production (Million USD) Profit Margin List 182
Figure 2009-2016 CG Solar A-Si Thin-Film Solar Panel Capacity Production (MW) and Growth Rate 183
Table Oerlikon Solar Company Information Table (Products,Revenue,Raw Materials, Clients,Capacity Expansions etc 13 items) 184
Table Oerlikon Solar Thin Film A-Si Solar Cell Line Specifications List 185
Table Oerlikon Solar Global Customers List 187
Table Oerlikon Solar China Office Contact Information List 188
Table AMAT Company Information Table (Products,Revenue,Raw Materials, Clients,Capacity Expansions etc 13 items) 189
Table AMAT SunFab Product Line Specification List 190
Figure AMAT Global Customers List 193
Table AMAT Stop SunFab Business Reasons Analysis 193
Table ULVAC Company Information Table (Products,Revenue,Raw Materials, Clients,Capacity Expansions etc 13 items) 194
Table ULVACThin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Product Line Specifications List 195
Table ULVAC Customers List 199
Table Solar Thin FilmCompany Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 199
Table Solar Thin Film Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar CellProduct Line Specifications List 200
Table Solar Thin Film Customers List 203
Table Anwell Company Information Table (Products,Revenue,Raw Materials, Clients,Capacity Expansions etc 13 items) 203
Table Anwell Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Product Line Specifications List 204
Table NAGA Company Profile List 206
Table NAGA A-Si Product Line Specifications List 206
Table Beiyi Company Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 208
Table Beiyi Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Product Line Specifications List 209
Table Beiyi Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Product Line Customers List 209
Table GPM Company Profile List 210
Table GPM Product Line Specifications List 211
Table Apollo Solar Company Information Table (Products,Revenue,Raw Materials, Clients,Capacity Expansions etc 13 items) 212
Table Apollo Solar Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Product Line Specifications List 212
Table Apollo Solar Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Customers List 213
Table JUSUNGCompany Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 213
Table Jusung Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Product Line Specifications List 215
Table Jusung Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Product Line Customers List 215
Table XsunXCompany Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 216
Table XsunX A-Si Product Line Specifications List 217
Table XsunX Customers List 217
Table NMSE CCompany Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 218
Table NMSEC Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Product Line Specifications List 219
Table NMSEC Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Customers List 221
Table Leybold opticsCompany Information Table (Product Client Market Position Equipment Source Capacity Expansion etc 12 Items) 221
Table Leybold opticsThin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Product Line Specifications List and Customer Information 223
Table 50MW Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Project Opportunity and Risk List 225
Table 50MW Thin-Film Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Project Feasibility Analysis 227

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Electric Vehicle Industry Profitability 2012 ? Where, Why, What Next

Electric Vehicle Industry Profitability 2012 – Where, Why, What Next

Electric Vehicle Industry Profitability

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This report spells out the "Rules of the Marketplace" and sets them against the activities of many organisations active in the electric vehicle (EV) value chain to explain how to create success. It analyses the finances and positioning of many suppliers of EVs and their components, covering hybrid and pure electric vehicles for land, water and air, because they have increasing commonality in commercial terms. For example, they share the same parts and have the same lessons of success and failure. This report assesses profitability of companies making electric vehicles and their components, how industry rules predict winners and losers and acquisition and investment opportunities. Contrary to popular understanding, people have been making money out of electric vehicles and their key components for over 110 years. Today, there remain a large number of companies profitably participating in the business. Unfortunately there continue to be frequent bankruptcies in the electric vehicle business. The primary difference lies in market positioning and making what will be wanted in the years to come but also in avoiding areas of oversupply but there is more to it than that. For example, the leaders in pure electric indoor forklifts make good money following a shakeout 15 years ago and now that outdoor hybrid forklifts are a new growth sector, others are seeking to lead in them, rather than focussing on the saturated market. Profit V curves, technological roadmaps, experience curves, the Boston matrix and other tools give clarity about what comes next.

Ten years ago, IDTechEx correctly foresaw the collapse of many in the EV business due to wrong positioning and it forecasted the success of others. It now leverages its long history of analysing the financial, technical and marketing performance in this industry to show how to win and how to spot winners. Superb acquisition and investment opportunities abound. Many players headed for the rocks can be turned around before it is too late.

There are about 1600 manufacturers of electric vehicles apart from the huge number making e-bikes. There are about 500 vertically integrated manufacturers of their key components. Nearly all of them will collapse because of wrong technology or market positioning or undercapitalisation. However, many leaders will create enduringly profitable businesses of over $10 billion each and there will be many prosperous niche players too. This report covers the trends in trading performance and relative strength of companies making hybrid and pure electric vehicles for land, water and air and their six key components. It gives tools for predicting future trading success both in niches and in volume supply. It identifies gaps in these markets as well as danger areas. The report also gives ten year forecasts for electric vehicles of all types and a guide to winners and losers and optimal strategies for the next decade in the light of what will happen. This report will be invaluable to all those making or intending to profitably make electric vehicles or their components. It is also a vital reference for those investing in and acquiring EV businesses.

Publisher >> IDTechEx
Report Category: Utilities

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
1.2. Toyota: global leader in EVs by a big margin
1.3. Recent exhibits
1.4. Disruptive product and market options
1.5. Electric vehicle market by application 2012-2022
2. INTRODUCTION
2.1. Anatomy of Electric Vehicles by Land, Water and Air
2.2. Anatomy of the vehicle
2.3. Choices of motor
2.3.1. Brushed versions are losers
2.3.2. Asynchronous and synchronous battling it out
2.3.3. Axial flux vs radial flux motors
2.4. Sophisticated motors bridging gaps in performance
2.4.1. Advanced asynchronous motor variant – Chorus Motors
2.4.2. Advanced synchronous PM motor – Protean Electric
2.5. Motor position
2.6. Trend to higher voltages
2.7. NEV=Neighbourhood Electric Vehicle which is like a small car but not street legal
2.8. Profitability and structure of the EV industry in 2001
2.9. How things are different in 2012
2.10. Explaining and predicting profitability – rules of the marketplace
2.10.1. The breakeven curve
2.10.2. Type of business
2.10.3. Product and business positioning
2.10.4. Methodology of the Strategic Planning Institute
2.10.5. Product positioning is more important than anything
2.10.6. Detailed SRI findings
2.10.7. Meaningful market segmentation
2.10.8. Redefining the battleground
2.10.9. V curve of sustainable profitability with size
2.10.10. Minimum size for enduring profitability
2.10.11. Setting up a service business is easier
2.10.12. Riding the V
2.10.13. V curve for two wheel and allied Light Electric Vehicles LEVs
2.10.14. Experience curves
2.11. Racing down the experience curve
2.11.1. Disruptive products
3. INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL LAND EVS
3.1. Many small markets becoming one?
4. HEAVY INDUSTRIAL VEHICLES / MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT
4.1. Leaders
4.1.1. Crown Equipment Corporation
4.1.2. KION Group GmbH Germany
4.1.3. Nacco Industries Inc
4.2. Niche players
4.3. Currently in-between
5. OTHER INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL VEHICLES
5.1. Leaders
5.1.1. Daimler AG Germany
5.1.2. Toyota Hino Motors Japan
5.2. Niche players
5.2.1. Polaris Industries USA
5.3. Currently in between
5.3.1. DesignLine International New Zealand
5.3.2. Optare UK
6. CARS, GOLF CARS AND ALLIED
6.1. Leaders
6.1.1. Ford USA
6.1.2. Honda Japan
6.1.3. Mitsubishi Japan
6.1.4. Nissan Japan
6.1.5. Toyota Japan
6.2. Niche players
6.2.1. Ingersoll Rand USA
6.2.2. Tesla USA
6.2.3. Textron USA
6.3. Currently in between
7. TWO WHEEL AND ALLIED LEVS
7.1. Leaders
7.1.1. Jiangsu Xinri Electric Vehicle, China
7.1.2. Tianjin Aima Science and Technology Co, China
7.1.3. Jiangsu Yadea Technical Development Co China
7.2. Niche players
7.3. Currently in between
8. MOBILITY FOR THE DISABLED
8.1. Leaders
8.1.1. Invacare USA
8.1.2. Pihsiang Taiwan
8.1.3. Pride Mobility Products Corporation USA
8.2. Currently in between
9. AIR, WATER, MILITARY AND OTHER EVS
9.1. Niche players
9.1.1. AeroVironment USA
9.1.2. Kongsberg Norway
9.2. Currently in between
10. KEY ENABLING COMPONENTS
10.1. Three becoming six
10.2. Challenge of competing with your customers
10.3. Traction batteries
10.4. Potential Leaders
10.4.1. LGChem Korea
10.4.2. Panasonic/ Sanyo Japan
10.4.3. SB LiMotive and Samsung
10.4.4. Toyota Japan
10.5. Niche Players
10.5.1. SAFT France
10.5.2. Valence Technologies USA
10.6. Currently in between
10.6.1. A123 Systems USA
10.6.2. Ener1- Enerdel
10.6.3. EnerSys/ ASDL
10.7. Electronics & electrics
10.8. Energy harvesting
10.9. Traction motors
10.9.2. UQM Technologies USA
10.10. Range extenders
10.10.1. Lotus Engineering
10.11. Supercapacitors/ ultracapacitors
APPENDIX 1: IDTECHEX PUBLICATIONS AND CONSULTANCY
TABLES
1.1. The main electric vehicle types with market size and niche and volume value leaders
1.2. Toyota results for FY to March 2011 in US dollars billion
1.3. Corporate information for Hino Motors
1.4. Estimate of Toyota EV sales value in 2012
1.5. Ex factory value of EVs, in billions of US dollars, sold globally, 2012-2022, by applicational sector, rounded
2.1. Typical cost structure of pure electric vehicles as % of total
2.2. Advantages vs disadvantages of brushed vs brushless vehicle traction motors for electric vehicles.
2.3. The main choices of electric vehicle traction motor technology over the next decade.
2.4. A comparison of potential and actual electric traction motor technologies is given below
2.5. Comparison of outerrotor and innerrotor motors
2.6. Number of EV manufacturers by type of vehicle and market size by type in 2001
2.7. Global electric vehicle manufacturing business in $billion at ex-factory price 2012-2022
4.1. KION Group results
4.2. KION view of leaders in material handling vehicles in 2009 in Euros billion.
4.3. Nacco Industries results in $ million, only some of which are from sale of electric vehicles
5.1. Corporate information for Hino Motors
6.1. Toyota results for FY to March 2011 in US dollars billion
6.2. Estimate of Toyota EV sales value in 2012
10.1. 71 vertically integrated lithium traction battery cell manufacturers, their chemistry, cell geometry and customer relationships (not necessarily orders)
10.2. Extract from SEC-10K filing by Valence Technologies for Fiscal Year ended March 31 2011 in thousands
10.3. 123 of the companies manufacturing traction motors for electric vehicles
FIGURES
1.1. Toyota position in Boston matrix for electric vehicles (hybrid and pure electric) globally
1.2. Sales by Business Segment (FY 2011, Consolidated Basis)
1.3. Toyota global technology vision
1.4. Toyota Lexus CT 200, RX450 and GS 450 hybrid cars at Brussels Motor Show 2012
1.5. Toyota Auris hybrid made in the UK for global markets and the new 7 seat Prius hybrid car
1.6. Ex factory value of EVs, in billions of US dollars, sold globally, 2012-2022, by applicational sector, rounded
2.1. Boeing fuel cell aircraft trial
2.2. The anatomy of a pure electric vehicle
2.3. A hybrid electric vehicle, the Orion VII bus with BAE Systems HybridriveTM powertrain
2.4. Greenline 33 hybrid boat with 7kW electric motor
2.5. Bicycle hub motor rotor left and stator right.
2.6. Axial flux in-wheel motor driving a bicycle and a propeller.
2.7. 60/15 kW Chorus Meshcon motor
2.8. Protean in-wheel motor for on-road vehicles
2.9. Mine resistant ambush protected – All Terrain Vehicle MATV
2.10. MATV structure
2.11. Traction battery pack nominal energy storage vs battery pack voltage for mild hybrids in red, plug-in hybrids in blue and pure electric cars in green
2.12. Frazer Nash Namir
2.13. Number of EV manufacturers worldwide in 2001
2.14. Percent of operations that were profitable in 2001 between manufacturing and service
2.15. Percent of manufacturing operations that were profitable in 2001 by type of vehicle
2.16. Percent of service businesses that were profitable in 2001 by type of service
2.17. Manufacturers of electric vehicles in 2011-12 globally by type of vehicle, with cars including golf cars and light industrial/ commercial including buses and trucks.
2.18. Global electric vehicle manufacturing business in $billion at ex-factory price 2012-2022
2.19. Basic breakeven curve
2.21. V curve of maximum enduring profitability with size of business
2.22. Steep V curve for dairy companies in 1974
2.23. V curve for electric heavy industrial vehicles such as forklifts
2.24. V curve for electric buses
2.25. V curve for electric car manufacture.
2.26. V curve for Golf Car and motorised caddy
2.27. V curve for mobility vehicles for the disabled
2.28. V curve for two wheel and allied Light Electric Vehicles LEVs
2.29. V curve for supercapacitors
2.31. Silicon photovoltaics experience curve
2.32. Experience curve for electricity production
2.34. Frequency of learning rates in 156 studies
2.35. Boston matrix as a predictor
2.36. Typical figures used by BCG in the Boston matrix
4.1. KION Linde and Still brand hybrid electric forklifts
5.1. Polaris Ranger leisure EV
6.1. Ford Focus planned for 2013 as shown at the 2012 Brussels Motor Show.
6.2. Honda EVs at Brussels Motor Show 2012
6.3. Toyota position in Boston matrix for electric vehicles (hybrid and pure electric) globally
6.4. Sales by Business Segment (FY 2011, Consolidated Basis)
6.5. Toyota global technology vision
6.6. Toyota Lexus CT 200, RX450 and GS 450 hybrid cars at Brussels Motor Show 2012
6.7. Toyota Auris hybrid made in the UK for global markets and the new 7 seat Prius hybrid car
10.1. Bnteau family sea-going motor sailer
10.2. Lotus Engineering cutaway hybrid Evora 414Evolution exhibit

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Electronic paper technology has found its main application in the development of e-book readers, a market that has bloomed in recent years with successful devices such as the Amazon Kindle and the Barns & Noble Nook. The market for e-paper displays will reach over $8.5 Billion by 2022, as forecasted by IDTechEx.

What the future holds for e-readers remains to be seen. New technologies and devices are being developed/ launched and there is stiff competition from similar devices such as tablet computers that can offer consumers alternatives with added functionality. This highlights the need for new markets to be identified, in order for electronic paper devices to continue enjoying the growth witnessed in the years since their initial launch.

The commercial success of the Amazon Kindle e-reader and the lesser yet still quite substantial uptake of e-book readers such as the iRex iLIad or the SONY PRS family have sparked up a large interest in e-paper display technologies.

E-paper displays mimic the appearance of ordinary ink on paper. Unlike conventional flat panel displays, it doesn't require a backlight to illuminate its pixels as it reflects light like paper does and can hold text and images indefinitely without drawing power. Usually, most versions can also be flexible, thinner and more robust than other display technologies.

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1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
2. INTRODUCTION
2.1. Scope
2.2. How e-paper displays are being applied
2.3. Flexible is a big market
2.4. Color, switching speed
2.5. E-Books
2.6. Cellphones, music players
2.7. Smart card displays
2.8. Electronic apparel
2.9. Posters/signage
2.9.1. Clear Channel
2.10. Smart packaging/brand enhancement
2.10.1. Market drivers
2.10.2. Duracell
2.10.3. Cloetta bisquit/ACREO winking sign
2.10.4. VTT Technology beer package game
2.11. E-paper displays have the largest market share for all flexible displays
3. ELECTROPHORETIC DISPLAYS
3.1. E Ink
3.1.1. Technology
3.1.2. Products
3.2. Sipix: Microcup electrophoretic display
3.2.1. Technology
3.2.2. AUO and Sipix
3.3. Bridgestone: Quick Response Liquid Powder Display™
4. ELECTROWETTING DISPLAYS
4.2. Liquavista
4.2.1. Technology
4.3. ITRI, Taiwan and PVI, Taiwan
4.4. adt, Germany
5. OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
5.1. Qualcomm Mirasol
5.2. Kent Displays
5.3. Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
5.4. TRED
5.4.1. Technology
5.5. Nemoptic
5.5.1. Technology
5.5.2. Products
6. ELECTROCHROMIC DISPLAYS
6.2. Ntera
6.3. Acreo
6.3.1. Electrochemical displays on paper
6.4. Aveso
6.5. Ajjer
7. DISPLAY MAKERS
7.1. Prime View International (PVI)
7.1.1. Technology
7.1.2. Flexible e-paper displays using EPLaR
7.2. Plastic Logic
7.3. LG
7.4. i-Rex
7.5. Samsung
7.6. Seiko Epson
7.7. NEC
7.8. Polymer Vision
7.8.1. Background
7.8.2. Technology
7.8.3. What went wrong
8. OTHER RELATED FLEXIBLE DISPLAY COMPONENTS AND DEVELOPMENTS
8.1. Electrofluidic Displays: Gamma-Dynamics
8.2. Thermochromic displays
8.3. Optical shutter film: Citala, USA
8.4. Adhesives, Delo Germany
9. E-READERS
9.1. Content availability
9.2. Amazon Kindle, Kindle 2 and Kindle 3
9.2.1. Amazon Kindle DX
9.3. Nook
9.4. FUJITSU FLEPia
9.5. Iliad & Digital Reader
9.6. SONY Readers
9.7. Brother Industries, Japan
9.8. Hanvon
10. E-READERS: MARKET GROWTH SCENARIOS FOR THE MOST SUCCESSFUL E-PAPER APPLICATION TO DATE
10.1. E-reader vs. tablet: a battle is brewing
10.2. Electrophoretic displays are not the only option
10.3. E Ink developments
10.4. Market Forecast scenarios to 2022
11. FORECASTS
11.1. Forecasts by technology
11.1.1. Forecasts for color versus non color 2012-2022
11.1.2. Electrophoretic displays market forecasts 2012-2022
11.1.3. Electrochromic displays market forecasts 2012-2022
11.1.4. Forecasts by application
11.2. Costing
APPENDIX 1: IDTECHEX PUBLICATIONS AND CONSULTANCY
TABLES
1.1. Market forecasts by technology 2012-2022
1.2. Market forecasts by application 2012-2022
2.1. Main factors driving the rapid growth of electronic smart packaging
10.1. e-reader market growth: revenues for display modules, low growth forecast scenario
10.2. e-reader market growth: revenues for display modules, intermediate growth forecast scenario
10.3. e-reader market growth: revenues for display modules, high growth forecast scenario
10.4. e-reader market growth: e-reader units sold for the low growth and high growth scenarios
11.1. Market forecasts by technology 2012-2022
11.2. Market Forecasts for electronic paper and the market share for color electronic paper 2012-2022
11.3. Electrophoretic displays market forecasts 2012-2022
11.4. Electrochromic displays market forecasts 2012-2022
11.5. Market forecasts by application 2012-2022
FIGURES
1.1. Market forecasts by technology 2012-2022
1.2. Market forecasts by application 2012-2022
2.1. Zero- and low-power e-paper display technologies
2.2. Printed Electronics Applications
2.3. Flexible devices offer advantages in terms of consumer satisfaction
2.4. Samsung Alias™ 2
2.5. Reprogrammable electrophoretic decoration on Hitachi mobile phones only needs power when being changed
2.6. T-equaliser animated t-shirt
2.7. An example of the display on a billboard picture in use in London
2.8. Duracell batteries/Avery Dennison tester
2.9. Cloetta
2.10. VTT Technology beer package game
3.1. Electronic ink microcapsules
3.2. EPD pixel appearance
3.3. Retail Shelf Edge Labels from UPM
3.4. Secondary display on a cell phone
3.5. Samsung Alias™ 2
3.6. SEIKO E-Ink watch
3.7. Lexar portable USB flash drive
3.8. World's first display on a magazine cover
3.9. Microcup Structure
3.10. Sipix Roll-to-Roll micro embossing process
3.11. Embosser mold and embossed microcups
3.12. Structure of Sipix e-paper
3.13. Electrophoretic display on a commercially sold financial card
3.14. SD card from A Data with a Sipix display
3.15. Sipix Clock
3.16. Schematic of the features of Electronic Liquid Powder™
3.17. Bridgestone e-paper price tag
3.18. Bridgestone fully bendable electronic paper
3.19. Relationship between radius of curvature and reflectivity in the states of black and white in flexible QR-ELP™
3.20. Roll to roll processing steps for Bridgestone's e-paper display
3.21. Flexible Full Color QR-LPD
4.1. Example of a droplet contracting and relaxing
4.2. Water droplets on hydrophobic surface (a) without and (b) with voltage applied
4.3. Electrowetting display principle
4.4. Comparison of power consumption for a variety of video displays
4.5. The concept of the "future of electronic paper" according to Liquavista
4.6. Excellent viewing angles in TFT backplanes and backlights
4.7. Flow chart of the manufacture process
4.8. adt electrowetting displays
4.9. EnOcean wireless switch
5.1. Pixel detail on the Mirasol display
5.2. Qualcomm Mirasol e-reader
5.3. KENT Displays' Reflex™ LCD
5.4. Kent Displays Boogie Board
5.5. Color LCD by photo alignment
5.6. Color printable flexible LCD
5.7. TRED's EMD technology
5.8. Principle of operation for Nemoptic's BiNem technology
5.9. A4 e-paper display
6.1. Electrochromic display on a Valentine's card sold by Marks and Spencer in the UK in 2004 and electrochromic display with drive circuits in a laminate for smart cards
6.2. Ntera Display
6.3. The dollhouse. When energy is added to the system the color of the wallpaper changes and a picture appears on the wall
6.4. Two state electrolytic display on paper
6.5. Seven segment display printed with bi-stable inks
6.6. Aveso electrochromic display
7.1. Glass e-book backplane
7.2. Field shielded pixels
7.3. TFT design
7.4. Glass e-Book module making
7.5. THE EPLaR process
7.6. TFT DC stability
7.7. Mobilities on glass, EPLaR before release & EPLaR after release
7.8. 9.7" and 6" flexible e-paper displays by PVI
7.9. Photograph of a 9.7″ EPLaR display
7.10. A4 size Flexible Color e-paper
7.11. Cross section of LG's e-paper display
7.12. 19in flexible e-paper developed by LG Display
7.13. Seiko Epson e-reader
7.14. A3 and A4 e-paper displays
7.15. The Readius by Polymer Vision
7.16. A Polymer Vision display
7.17. Display Processing Steps
8.1. Comparison of electrophoretic/electrofluidic display performance in color and grayscale
8.2. Duracell battery tester
8.3. Interactive game on a beer package by VTT Technologies in Finland
8.4. Citala's flexible display technology
8.5. Citala's technological advantages
8.6. APD technology flexible display
8.7. Edge encapsulation of an electrophoretic display with adhesive (blue). The DELO adhesive can be cured through the UV-blocked barrier layer (glass, PET, PEN, etc.) by means of visible light.
8.8. Selection of different development products
8.9. Example for the flexibility of a cured adhesive film with a thickness of 150μm (no substrate, just adhesive)
9.1. Kindle and Kindle 2
9.2. Amazon Kindle 3
9.3. Kindle DX
9.4. Effect of 16 level grayscale and smoothing algorithm on text display
9.5. The Barnes & Noble Nook
9.6. The Fujitsu FLEPia
9.7. The FLEPia Lite
9.8. Digital Reader and Iliad by iRex Technologies
9.9. The device uses an ink display and incorporates a touch screen
9.10. The SONY LIBRI
9.11. Brother Industries large area e-reader
9.12. Hanvon Technology claims the world's first 5″ Electronic Book series
10.1. e-reader market growth: revenues for display modules, three different forecast scenarios described
10.2. e-reader market growth: e-reader units sold for the low growth and high growth scenarios
11.1. Market forecasts by technology 2012-2022
11.2. Market Forecasts for electronic paper and the market share for full color electronic paper 2012-2022
11.3. Electrophoretic displays market forecasts 2012-2022
11.4. Electrochromic displays market forecasts 2012-2022
11.5. Market forecasts by application 2012-2022
11.6. Component cost breakdown for the Amazon Kindle 2

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This report is for CEOs, marketing, sales, business planning VPs and their teams. It is for suppliers, users and potential users, component and service providers, government agencies, investors, analysts and planners. It is uniquely up to date and comprehensive. This is very important because, in the last year, there have been radical changes in Real Time Locating Systems RTLS in terms of technology and where and why it is primarily used. The uses have now moved well beyond logistics and hospitals that powered most of the early success and our new forecasts detail why there will be a multi-billion dollar business emerging within the next decade. Oil & Gas, Mining, Aerospace and Manufacturing are now among the important adopters of RTLS. We go into this very thoroughly, presenting new ten year forecasts and many new case studies and supplier profiles to illustrate the trends. There is even a detailed report on the latest conference on the subject, the IDTechEx “Energy Harvesting, RTLS & WSN” event.

What will be the market value over the next ten years? Where will the profits be made in future? What are the multiple benefits and paybacks emerging? Which companies should you buy? Which system should you use and who has done something similar already and can advise you on the pitfalls? Which are the most active countries and industries about to adopt this technology? It is all here.
It was prepared by a team led by Dr Peter Harrop who has written, lectured and consulted on global RFID developments, including RTLS, for eleven years and is regarded as one of the world’s leading authorities on the subject. His company IDTechEx is regularly commissioned to carry out major consultancy projects in this area using its staff and offices in the USA, UK, Germany, Poland and New Zealand and associates across East Asia. With a profusion of figures, tables, supplier profiles and case studies, the report explains and compares the technologies and applications in detail yet in a way understandable to those with only basic scientific training.
Best practice is now seen from Bulgaria to Korea and, in addition to the well-known RTLS suppliers such as Zebra Technologies, Cisco, GE Healthcare, Awarepoint and Aeroscout continuing to land business, one must now track companies such as Decawave, Ubisense, Loc8tor and Samsung for the big new breakthroughs in RTLS technology. IDTechEx is unmatched in its ability to discover and explain what is happening because it updates its RFID Knowledgebase every week as its PhD level consultants intensively tour the globe. This RFID Knowledgebase currently details 4400 RFID projects in 123 countries involving over 4400 organisations. In addition, the IDTechEx contact database lists over 30,000 people interested in RFID.

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1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
1.1. Market size
1.2. The main technologies
1.3. Definitions
1.4. Blurring of boundaries
1.5. Surges of sales in different sectors
1.6. Role model of success – Ubisense
1.7. General trends
1.8. Evolving market segmentation
1.9. Using existing WiFi
1.10. Companies entering the field
1.11. The RTLS value chain
1.12. Geographical location of users
1.13. Applicational trends
1.13.1. Trend of modes
1.13.2. Trend of frequencies
1.13.3. Trend of suppliers
1.14. Trend of standards
1.14.1. Privacy issues
1.14.2. Impediments to adoption of RTLS
1.15. The Total RFID market
2. INTRODUCTION
2.1. What is RTLS?
2.1.1. Definitions
2.1.2. Construction of an RTLS system
2.2. What is not RTLS
2.2.1. Needs driving RTLS
2.3. Primary benefits
2.4. Relevant market needs
2.4.1. Case study: Alexandra Hospital/ Singapore National University Hospital, staff, visitors and patients, Singapore
2.5. History
2.6. Tools
2.7. ISO standards for RTLS
2.8. Privacy issues
2.9. Case study: RTLS for private individuals
2.10. Impressions of the IDTechEx Event Energy Harvesting, RTLS and WSN, Munich June 2011
2.10.1. Major advances by Samsung
3. RTLS TECHNOLOGIES
3.1. Variety in technologies
3.2. Zonal
3.2.1. Different views
3.2.2. Supplier case study: Sovereign Tracking Systems US
3.2.3. Supplier case study: RF Code USA
3.2.4. Case study: Mercy Hospital USA
3.2.5. Case study: Felixstowe Dock and Rail Company vehicles UK
3.2.6. Case study: Brigham & Women’s Hospital chooses ultrasound RTLS
3.3. Triangulation and Time Difference of Arrival (TDOA)
3.3.1. Case study: BMW vehicles Germany, UK, South Africa
3.4. Global Positioning System (GPS)
3.4.1. The satellites
3.4.2. The Master Control facility
3.4.3. Smaller and more sensitive receivers widen the possible applications
3.4.4. High sensitivity GPS receivers
3.4.5. Who uses GPS
3.4.6. Case study: Tracking children USA
3.5. Supplier case study: Ubisense
3.5.1. Case study Ortrander Eisenhtte
3.5.2. Where the signal comes from
3.5.3. How the signal is deployed and analysed
3.6. Radio fingerprinting and WiFi
3.6.1. Case study: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center equipment USA
3.6.2. Supplier case study: AeroScout USA
3.6.3. Supplier case study G2 Microsystems
3.6.4. Case study: Aobaku schoolchildren, Japan
3.6.5. Case study: John Deere USA
3.7. Received Signal Strength Indication (RSSI)
3.7.1. Supplier case study RFTechnologies USA
3.8. Bluetooth
3.9. Near Field Electromagnetic Ranging (NFER)
3.10. Real Time Locating Systems Using Passive Tags – High Volume RTLS?
4. CHOICE OF RFID FREQUENCY FOR RTLS
4.1. Radio regulations are changing
4.2. No ideal frequency for everything
4.3. Ultra Wide Band (UWB)
4.4. Range versus cost
4.5. Frequency versus range
5. INDOOR POSITIONING SYSTEMS IN ACTION
5.1. IPS used to located medical equipment
5.2. Case study: Opera at the Royal Albert Hall London in 2008
5.3. Supplier case study: Ekahau USA
5.4. Case study: Nagoya Ekisaikai Hospital Japan
5.5. Supplier case study Hynix Semiconductor Korea
5.6. Case study: Palmetto Health USA
5.7. Case study: AWAREA personalised marketing/advertising, guidance for the disabled, USA
5.7.1. Supplier case study: BioRfid Solutions
5.7.2. Supplier case study: Student Tracker ™ Program for Absenteeism and Dropouts
5.8. Supplier case study: Verichip Corporation USA
5.8.1. Wander prevention
5.8.2. Infant protection
5.9. Supplier case study Axcess International Inc USA
5.9.1. AXCESS Asset Activator ™
5.9.2. Patient monitoring
5.9.3. Case study: Private school attendance, USA
5.10. Supplier case study: ActiveWave Inc USA
5.11. Supplier case study: Healthcare Pilot USA
5.12. Case study: Intelligent InSites
5.13. Case study: Holy Name Hospital USA
5.14. Case study: Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital USA
5.15. Case study: Merrimac Industries libraries and archiving USA
5.16. Case study: Borgess Medical Center patients USA
5.17. Case study: City halls guiding the blind Japan
5.18. Case study: Jackson Memorial; Hospital assets USA
5.19. Case study: Klinikum Saarbrucken Hospital patients Germany
5.20. Case study: Legacy Salmon Creek Hospital equipment USA
5.21. Case study: Massachusetts General Hospital patients and assets USA
5.22. Case study: Presbyterian Hospital patients USA
5.23. Case study: Changgen Memorial Hospital patients Taiwan
5.24. Case study: Tung Yuan Hospital in Hsinchu, patients Taiwan
5.25. Case study: Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, assets, USA
5.26. Case study: Hospital patients Israel
5.27. Supplier case study PanGo Networks
5.28. Case study: Washington Hospital Center, patients and assets, USA
5.29. Case study: Werribee Mercy Hospital, patient tracking, Australia
5.30. Case study: Wirral Hospital people, UK
5.31. Case study: Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust assets UK
5.32. Case study: Metrotown Mall security Canada
5.33. Case study: E.S.E.G. Euro Security Group, locating barcode scanners, Germany
5.34. Case study: Boeing, item level, USA
5.35. Case study: Toyota, real time locating, vehicles USA
5.35.1. Case study: Birmingham Heartlands and Solihull NHS Trust patients UK
5.35.2. Case study: Bon Secours Health System, equipment USA
6. LONG RANGE AND OUTDOOR RTLS IN ACTION
6.1. Benefits and limitations
6.2. Ground Support Equipment Brussels National Airport Belgium
6.3. Supplier case study WhereNet USA
6.4. Case study: AM General Corporation work in progress USA
6.5. Case study: BP, people evacuation, USA
6.6. Case study: Broekman Group The Netherlands
6.7. Case study: Chelopech mine Bulgaria
6.8. Case study: Ford Van Dyke plant work in progress and finished vehicles USA
6.9. Case study: Inco Mine equipment Canada
6.10. Case study: Marion Correctional Treatment center inmates USA
6.11. Case study: NYK Logistics, tracking containers, USA
6.12. Case study: Volkswagen work in progress Germany
6.13. Case study: Yanzhou Mining Group vehicle tracking China
7. COMBINED RTLS TECHNOLOGIES
7.1. Combined technologies
7.1.1. Combined in one tag
7.1.2. Not combined in one tag
7.2. Infrared
7.2.1. Supplier case study: Versus Technology Inc USA
7.3. GPS and GSM, GPRS
7.3.1. Supplier case study: Wherify USA
7.3.2. Supplier case study: Sygade/ Max ID, South Africa/ UK
7.3.3. Supplier case study: Savi Technology
7.3.4. Case Study Dow Chemical
8. MARKET SIZE AND FORECASTS
8.1. Market 2001 to 2011
8.2. Market 2012-2022
8.3. RFID Market 2012-2022: active versus passive
8.4. Trend in importance of different parts of the RTLS value chain
8.5. Geographical trends
8.6. Applicational trends
8.7. Trend of modes
8.8. Trend of frequencies
8.9. Shakeout in Real Time Locating Systems
8.10. Impressions from the IDTechEx Active RFID and RTLS Summit in 2010
8.11. The future of RTLS – mesh networks
APPENDIX 1: CONTACT DETAILS
APPENDIX 2: IDTECHEX PUBLICATIONS AND RESEARCH
APPENDIX 3: GLOSSARY

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This report analyses RFID supply and use in Russia and 15 surrounding countries. These countries have total population comparable to that of Russia but little more than one third of Russia’s Gross Domestic product GDP in total and RFID use and potential in total. They are the Baltic States, CIS and, because of its RFID potential, Bulgaria ie Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Ukraine. Since Russia has larger present and future demand than all the others put together and, unlike the other countries, it is a world leader in some aspects and seeking to be a world leader in others, we look particularly closely at it, including providing ten year forecasts by application and detailed comparison of its present and future RFID applications with the global situation and global forecasts from IDTechEx. For example, Russia is already global leader in use of RFID ticketing and seeks to become leader in postal RFID use.

Overall, our research has involved interviews, recent conference presentations, web searches and examination of the world’s largest searchable database of RFID projects, the IDTechEx RFID Knowledgebase which is updated continuously and currently covers 4,390 case studies involving 123 countries, 4435 organisations and 770 associated slideshows and audio recordings.

All the territories covered in this report have RFID projects but the only type common to all of them is RFID passports. Several activities involve RFID devices monitored and passing between many of these countries – notably passports, RFID monitoring of the post for performance and transfer of funds, intermodal container security and tracking and the NATO supply lines to Afghanistan. This report contains the only up to date, detailed analysis of the supply, use and potential of RFID in Russia and 15 surrounding states. It identifies the four most important applicational categories and gives detailed analysis of the global and particularly Russian trends. Since governments are behind most of the success in RFID with laws and financing from passports to livestock tagging and military uses, making RFID largely recession proof, what are they planning in this region? How do the populations and GDP compare and what does that mean for RFID including the new applications in the natural resources sector? Which suppliers are most successful now and which are most impressive for the future in staffing, financing and product plans? Will imports be replaced with local supply? What are the favoured applications, hardware and service suppliers, frequencies, tag shapes and positions and other aspects in Russia, Moldova and so on? What will they be in future? To what specifications? Why is apparel tagging a leading subsector? How does Passenger Transport & Automotive compare with Land & Sea Logistics, Postal or other sectors such as Leisure, Sports? It is all here. For the largest market in the region – Russia – the tag shapes, frequencies, positions, applications, read vs read write, active vs passive and project status are compared with the same graphs for the projects in the world as a whole. This is facts-based RFID analysis, where IDTechEx is the acknowledged world leader. For Russia, new ten year forecasts are revealed by units, unit value and market value for tags for 20 applicational sectors and active vs passive. Value for RFID systems in Russia is also forecasted and an estimate is made for the total market value over the coming decade in the other regions surveyed, taken as a whole.

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1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
1.1. Sources of information
1.2. Importance of Russia
1.3. Leading indicators of RFID success
1.4. Common interests
1.5. Distribution of projects by country and application
1.6. Leaders and laggards
1.7. The most important applications and formats for this region
1.8. Ten year forecasts and trends
2. INTRODUCTION
3. RFID PROJECTS
3.1. Many countries
3.1.1. North Atlantic Treaty Organisation’s (NATO), supply chain/ assets, pallet/ case, items, Worldwide
3.2. Armenia
3.2.1. Passports, Armenia
3.3. Azerbaijan
3.3.1. Mastercard, Azerbaijan
3.3.2. Passports, Azerbaijan
3.4. Belarus
3.4.1. Passports-Belarus
3.5. Bulgaria
3.5.1. Bulgaria passport
3.5.2. Chelopech Mine people Bulgaria
3.5.3. Staff SA apparel Bulgaria, Romania, China and Greece
3.6. Estonia
3.6.1. Eesti Post, letter delivery monitoring item level, Estonia
3.6.2. Estonia Ministry of Defense, fingerprint ID, Estonia
3.6.3. K-rauta people Estonia
3.6.4. Passports, Estonia
3.7. Georgia
3.7.1. Passports-Georgia
3.8. Kazakhstan
3.8.1. Conference security passes Kazakhstan
3.8.2. General Prosecutor’s office assets Kazakhstan
3.8.3. Passports-Kazakhstan
3.8.4. Truck cargo seals Kazakhstan
3.9. Kyrgyzstan
3.9.1. Hotel Resort Caprice, guests Kyrgyzstan
3.9.2. Passports Kyrgyzstan
3.10. Latvia
3.10.1. Latvijas Pasts, letter delivery monitoring, item level, Latvia
3.10.2. Passports, Latvia
3.10.3. Riga Marathon, people, Latvia
3.11. Lithuania
3.11.1. Artilux NMF, pallets, Lithuania
3.11.2. Lietuvos Pastas, letter delivery monitoring item level, Lithuania
3.11.3. Passport card Lithuania
3.11.4. SC Freda furniture Lithuania
3.11.5. Truck Cargo seals Lithuania
3.11.6. Vilnius University Library assets Lithuania
3.12. Moldova
3.12.1. Passports, Moldova
3.13. Russia
3.13.1. Aeroexpress tickets Russia
3.13.2. Afghanistan logistics route assets Russia
3.13.3. Demonstration Railcar Russia
3.13.4. Eren Holding apparel Russia
3.13.5. Forestry Russia
3.13.6. Future Shop Russia
3.13.7. K-rauta people Russia
3.13.8. Lada immobiliser Russia
3.13.9. Lukoil NFC payment Perm Russia
3.13.10. Mad Max Sportswear Russia
3.13.11. Megafon mobile phones Russia
3.13.12. Moscow Airport Shuttle Service mobile phones Russia
3.13.13. Moscow ski passes cards Russia
3.13.14. Moscow transport card Russia
3.13.15. Moskovskaya Sotovaya Svyaz mobile phones Russia
3.13.16. MTS mobile phones Russia
3.13.17. NFC Posters labels Moscow
3.13.18. Novosibirsk card Russia
3.13.19. NP Collection apparel Russia
3.13.20. Passports, Russia
3.13.21. Railways Russia
3.13.22. Russia Post postal items Russia
3.13.23. Russian Government ID card Russia
3.13.24. Siberian State Medical University assets Russia
3.13.25. Ski Passes Caucusas cards Russia
3.13.26. Ski passes Elborus cards Russia
3.13.27. Sochi cards Russia
3.13.28. St Petersburg card Russia
3.13.29. St Petersburg Metro NFC Russia
3.13.30. SUE Moscow Social Register tickets Russia
3.13.31. Twenty libraries, books Russia
3.13.32. VimpelCom mobile phones Russia
3.13.33. X5 Retail Group consumer goods Russia
3.14. Tajikstan
3.14.1. Passport, Tajikstan
3.15. Turkmenistan
3.15.1. Passports, Turkmenistan
3.16. Ukraine
3.16.1. Passports-Ukraine
3.17. Uzbekistan
3.17.1. Passports, Uzbekistan
4. RFID SUPPLIERS IN RUSSIA
4.1. CJSC ERFID
4.2. IBM/ Complex Medical Information Systems
4.3. Plastic Logic
4.4. RFIDEXPERT
4.5. R-ID
4.6. RST Invent
4.7. RTL-Service
4.8. RUSNANO-Galileo
4.9. Sitronics and Mikron
4.10. SP Print
4.11. Systematica
4.12. Tendo
5. MARKET STATISTICS AND FORECASTS
5.1. RFID in Europe, Middle East and Africa EMEA
5.2. Ten year forecasts and trends
APPENDIX 1: GLOBAL MARKETS, FORECASTS, MARKET DRIVERS AND SUPPLIERS FOR APPAREL RFID
APPENDIX 2: RFID SOLUTION PROVIDERS
APPENDIX 3: EPCGLOBAL AND THE INTERNET OF THINGS
APPENDIX 4: GLOSSARY
APPENDIX 5: IDTECHEX PUBLICATIONS AND CONSULTANCY
TABLES
1.1. Distribution of applications in our case studies
1.2. Characteristics of the main applicational sub markets over the coming decade
1.3. Passive tag market in Russia 2012-2022 in millions
1.4. Ex-factory price of passive tags in Russia 2012-2022 in US cents
1.5. Market value of passive tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions of US dollars
1.6. Total market for RFID tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions units
1.7. Total market for RFID tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions of US dollars
1.8. Total value of the market for RFID tags and systems in Russia in millions of US dollars 2012-2022
2.1. Population of countries covered in this report as estimated in July 2011
2.2. GDP in 2010 of countries covered in this report.
2.3. Characteristics of the main applicational sub markets
5.1. Passive tag market in Russia 2012-2022 in millions
5.2. Ex-factory price of passive tags in Russia 2012-2022 in US cents
5.3. Market value of passive tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions of US dollars
5.4. Total market for RFID tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions units
5.5. Total market for RFID tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions of US dollars
5.6. Total value of the market for RFID tags and systems in Russia in millions of US dollars 2012-2022
FIGURES
1.1. Passive tag market in Russia 2012-2022 in millions
1.2. Ex-factory price of passive tags in Russia 2012-2022 in US cents
1.3. Market value of passive tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions of US dollars
1.4. Total market for RFID tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions units
1.5. Total market for RFID tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions of US dollars
1.6. Total value of the market for RFID tags and systems in Russia in millions of US dollars 2012-2022
1.7. Top Ten Countries by number of case studies in the IDTechEx RFID Knowledgebase
1.8. Number of case studies by tag location – worldwide (left) and Russia only (right)
1.9. Number of case studies by project status – worldwide (left) and Russia only (right)
1.10. Number of case studies active vs passive – worldwide (left) and Russia only (right)
1.11. Number of case studies by frequency – worldwide (left) and Russia only (right)
1.12. Number of case studies read-only vs read/write- worldwide (left) and Russia only (right)
1.13. Number of case studies by applications- worldwide (left) and Russia only (right)
1.14. Number of case studies by tag shape- worldwide (left) and Russia only (right)
2.1. Forecast of Russian GDP
2.2. Catalyst of innovation in Russia
2.3. Some significant potential RFID projects in Russia
2.4. Examples of Russian leadership in RFID
3.1. Armenia passport with symbol for RFID version
3.2. Azerbaijan passport
3.3. Belarus RFID passport
3.4. Bulgarian RFID passport
3.5. European Union RFID passport used in Estonia
3.6. Gemalto passport tag
3.7. Georgia RFID passport
3.8. Kazakhstan RFID passport
3.9. The earlier non-RFID Kyrgyzstan passport
3.10. Latvia RFID passport
3.11. Lithuania RFID passport
3.12. Information page of Lithuanian RFID passport
3.13. Moldova RFID passport
3.14. First implementation in October 2011
3.15. Project “Future Shop”
3.16. Both sides of the Moscow transport card
3.17. Sitronics NFC labels front and reverse
3.18. Both sides of the Novosibirsk transport card
3.19. Gemalto, the world’s largest supplier of RFID labels into passports
3.20. Russian RFID passport
3.21. St Petersburg card
3.22. Tajikstan passport before RFID
3.23. Turkmenistan RFID passport
3.24. Ukraine RFID passport
3.25. Uzbekistan passport
4.1. Plastic Logic flexible E-Ink electrophoretic display with printed organic transistor backplane
4.2. RST-Invent visitor guide
4.3. Tablet computer with embedded RFID tags
4.4. JSC Mikron – cycle of production
4.5. Sitronics Microelectronic Solutions HF RFID inlay as used in RFID cards and tickets and similar to its library tag
4.6. Sitronics UHF RFID inlay similar to the popular Alien technology squiggle tag in the USA that is widely used for pallets, cases and large items
5.1. Passive tag market in Russia 2012-2022 in millions
5.2. Ex-factory price of passive tags in Russia 2012-2022 in US cents
5.3. Market value of passive tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions of US dollars

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