Thursday, June 14, 2012

Asia Leading the World In Solar Cell Manufacturing

Asia will produce over 80% of all crystalline silicon solar cells by 2012, according to Greentech Media Research. As of last year, Asia manufactured just over 70% of all solar cells on the planet.

With continued and increased assistance from government programs and lower labor costs, Asia will expand their production and hopes to become the global leader in this increasingly important and relevant technology.

Most international solar cell makers are looking for ways to keep costs low so they can get solar power work out to be of the same input and output value as traditional sources of energy. Inexpensive labor is one of the simplest ways to keep costs relatively low.

China, Taiwan and Japan are on their way to being the world leaders in solar cell production, producing 44% of all solar cells by 2012, which is the equivalent of 12 MW of power.


Anonymous said...

Is there any solar cell manufacturer in Malaysia?

Kris Jr said...

Grid-connected solar photovoltaics (PV) is the fastest growing energy technology in the world, with 50% annual increases in cumulative installed capacity in 2006 and 2007, to an estimated 7.7 GW.

Kris Jr said...

During 2007, investment in new solar photovoltaic manufacturing facilities was strong in Europe, Japan, China, Taiwan and the United States, with many new operations reported.

Tamara said...

Many local schools will soon be using solar power to generate power for the school electricity needs.

Tamara said...

I heard there are some foreign companies which are interested to set up their solar panel manufacture factories in Sabah before. But not sure if it succeeded.

romanzjustin said...

It is natural for Asia to lead the use of home solarpanels since we are exposed much under the sun,they can utilize it better than most Nations far from the equator,it is just more on the geographical position.

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