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This report, Solar Power Opportunities in Europe, provides a comparative framework for analyzing the potential and relative attractiveness of national-level solar markets in Europe and for assessing macro conditions, access to market, national energy policy, growth potential of renewable energy and infrastructure considerations.

There are so many opportunities to invest in solar power around the World. But how do you decide where to invest? Which are the most attractive markets, both in terms of solar power fundamentals and the general business environment?

The report provides both a regional summary of solar power trends across Europe, SWOT analyses for the top 10 most attractive actual and potential solar markets and detailed, individual country fact sheets for Germany, Italy, Spain, France, Belgium, Czech Republic, United Kingdom, Greece, Serbia, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Austria, Switzerland, Denmark, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Romania, Malta, Luxembourg, Sweden, Cyprus, Norway, Turkey, Finland, Hungary, Poland and Ireland, the 28 markets in Europe with current installed solar capacity.


Pages: 1229
Published: November 2013
Publisher: Energici Holdings Inc-RF
TABLE OF CONTENTS / REGIONAL SUMMARY
1. About Attractiveness

2. Executive Summary
2.1. A snapshot of relative attractiveness : top 10 markets
2.2. A snapshot view of category scores by top 10 market

3. Trends in solar capacity
3.1 Total installed solar capacity across Europe
3.2 Installed solar capacity by country
3.3 Europe's share of World installed solar capacity
3.4 The relevance of solar power to the total power mix in Europe
3.5 The relevance of solar power to the renewable power mix in Europe
3.6 Trends in solar power capacity growth relative to other renewable power sectors
3.7 Outlook for solar capacity
3.8 Solar power dataset, 1992 - 2017

4. Policy Landscape (all markets)

5. SWOT analyses (top 10 markets)
5.1 Germany
5.2 Italy
5.3 Spain
5.4 France
5.5 Belgium
5.6 Bulgaria
5.7 Austria
5.8 Switzerland
5.9 Czech Republic
5.10 Greece

6. Comparison of Attractiveness Indices (all markets)

7. Glossary
8. Abbreviations

TABLE OF CONTENTS / COUNTRY FACTSHEET
for each of Germany, Italy, Spain, France, Belgium, Czech Republic, United Kingdom, Greece, Serbia, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Austria, Switzerland, Denmark, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Romania, Malta, Luxembourg, Sweden, Cyprus, Norway, Turkey, Finland, Hungary, Poland and Ireland

1. About Attractiveness

2. Executive Summary
2.1. A snapshot of relative attractiveness : vs top 10 markets worldwide and in region
2.2. A snapshot view of category scores

3. Market Attractiveness
3.1 Total Power - trends in total (conventional + renewable) power and includes capacity, generation and consumption variables.
3.2 Renewable Power - trends in renewable (biomass, geothermal, hydroelectric, solar and wind) power and includes capacity and generation variables.
3.3 Solar Power - trends in solar power and contains solar capacity, generation and sector specific variables.
3.4 Network - variables related to the transmission of generated power to end users.

4. Trends in solar capacity
4.1 Total installed and added solar capacity
4.2 Breakdown of Solar CSP vs Solar PV (if available)
4.3 The relevance of solar power to the total power mix
4.4 The relevance of solar power to the renewable power mix
4.5 Trends in solar power capacity growth relative to other renewable power sectors
4.6 Relative share of World solar capacity
4.7 Relative share of solar capacity in Europe
4.8 Trends in solar power capacity growth relative to other top World and regional markets
4.9 Outlook for solar capacity
4.10 Generation of electricity from solar power
4.11 Solar power dataset, 1992 - 2017
4.12 Distribution losses and electricity trade balance

5. Policy Landscape
5.1 NREAP projections (EU markets only)

6. SWOT analysis

7. Business Attractiveness
7.1 Security - an assessment of the overall level of safety, security, democracy and peacefulness within a country.
7.2 Social - socio-demographic variables covering population trends and distribution as well as the human development index.
7.3 Technological - internet and phone proxies for the level of technological advancement with a country.
7.4 Economic - trends in gross domestic product, household consumption levels, inflation and government subsidies.
7.5 Political - considers the stability, accountability and effectiveness of government.
7.6 Trade - reviews the openness to trade, the scale and costs to trade and logistics factors.
7.7 Barriers To Trade - considers tangible and intangible barriers to conducting trade.
7.8 Legislative - reviews the impartiality and integrity of the legal system.
7.9 Policy - the scope of policy instruments utilized to promote renewable energy.
7.10 Incentives - the scope of incentive instruments utilized to promote renewable energy.
7.11 Operations - the ease of doing business and disclosure / administrative requirements.
7.12 Financing - the availability and costs of obtaining financing.

8. About Attractiveness - category descriptions
9. Glossary
10. Abbreviations
Europe (Germany, Italy, Spain, France, Belgium, Czech Republic, United Kingdom, Greece, Serbia, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Austria, Switzerland, Denmark, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Romania, Malta, Luxembourg, Sweden, Cyprus, Norway, Turkey, Finland, Hungary, Poland and Ireland)
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