30 Jan '14, 2pm

New solar PV capital expenditure set to rise in 2015 #solar #PV

New solar PV capital expenditure set to rise in 2015 30. January 2014 | Markets & Trends , Global PV markets , Industry & Suppliers | By: Edgar Meza Equipment spending is expected to increase next year, with new gigawatt solar factories providing up to $10 billion of revenues to PV equipment suppliers in 2017, according to NPD Solarbuzz. Solar photovoltaic capital equipment spending cycles between 2005 and 2016.NPD Solarbuzz Capital expenditures for equipment suppliers serving the PV manufacturing sector will begin increasing at the start of 2015, NPD Solarbuzz predicts in its latest PV Equipment Quarterly, with PV equipment spending potentially reaching $10 billion in revenues in 2017. "During 2012 and 2013, solar PV equipment suppliers were confronted by the sharpest downturn ever to hit the sector," said NPD Solarbuzz Vice President Finlay Colville. “The decline was cau...

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