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Abstract:
NanoMarkets, a leading
industry analyst firm based here today has announced a new upcoming report
on thin film, organic and printed photovoltaics that will be available in
May of this year. The report is one of five new studies added to the firms
schedule for Q2 & Q3 of 2007 that cover various aspects of the emerging
thin film, organic and printed electronics sector. Details about the PV and
other reports can be found on the firm's website at http://www.nanomarkets.net .

NanoMarkets Announces New Upcoming Report on Thin-Film, Organic and Printable Photovoltaics Markets

GLEN ALLEN, VA | Posted on March 22nd, 2007

In early 2006 NanoMarkets released a report that examined and
quantified the emerging market for thin film/flexible photovoltaic
technology. It examined the virtues and disadvantages of rival research
programs, such as silicon on metal, CIGS on metal and organic PV and
compared the various strategies being employed to create new PV products
for the mobile computer and communications, building materials, outdoor
power, emergency power and other sectors. The report provided detailed
forecasts of PV shipments broken out by technology type and application. It
also discussed how far this new type of photovoltaics would eat into
traditional photovoltaics markets.

In this new report slated for release in mid-Q2, NanoMarkets will offer
a fresh assessment of the PV space with additional details on technology,
material and applications, a new market forecast as well as analysis of the
strategies of leading firms active in this space. The materials platforms
covered in this report will include silicon, CIGS, polymers, small
molecules, CdTe, and GaAs as well as various hybrid materials strategies.
NanoMarkets will also discuss emerging PV technology based on
nanotechnology and so-called Third-generation Photovoltaics. Each of these
technologies will be reviewed in terms of their key performance
characteristics (e.g., conversion efficiencies, costs per watt, etc.) and
how these might improve in the future. The report will also look at the
evolution of roll-to-roll and printing processes for TOP electronics-based
PV and particular attention is given to the market implications of the
ability to create PV on flexible substrates.

For all of the TOP electronics approaches to PV, NanoMarkets will
examine their commercial advantages and disadvantages and in which market
segments they are likely to find a successful application. Market segments
that will be examined in detail include building integrated systems, mobile
and wearable computing, central power generation, disposable electronics,
portable and emergency power (including battery chargers), and military
applications. The report will also include detailed eight-year forecasts of
PV shipments broken out by technology type and application and discusses
how far this new type of photovoltaics can eat into traditional
photovoltaics markets. Assessments of all the leading firms active in the
TOP PV space are also included and the coverage will include start-ups and
established firms offering both materials and PV technology into this
sector.

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About NanoMarkets
NanoMarkets is a leading provider of market and technology research and
industry analysis services for the thin film, organic and printable
electronics businesses (which we refer to as TOP Electronics.) Since the
firm's founding, NanoMarkets has published over two dozen comprehensive
research reports on emerging technology markets. Topics covered have
included sensors, displays, OLEDs, HB-LEDs, e-paper, RFID, photovoltaics,
smart packaging, novel battery technologies, printed electronics, organic
electronics, emerging memory and storage technologies and other promising
technologies. NanoMarkets' client roster is a who's who of companies in
specialty chemicals, materials, electronics applications and manufacturing.
NanoMarkets also hosts a blog at http://www.nanotopblog.com .

For more information, please click here

Contacts:
NanoMarkets, LC
PO Box 3840
Glen Allen, VA 23058
(804) 360-2967
(434) 823-7071 (fax)


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