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Market Publishers Ltd informs that new and updated in-demand NanoMarkets reports have been added to its catalogue.

“CIGS Photovoltaics Market Opportunities 2011” and Other Reports by NanoMarkets Published by MarketPublishers.com

London, UK | Posted on March 18th, 2011

CIGS Photovoltaics Market Opportunities 2011. However CIGS has achieved the highest conversion efficiency among the thin-films, its progress toward high volumes has been sluggish. This report analyzes the opportunities for CIGS PV. These are examined from the perspectives of CIGS PV's strengths and weaknesses. It discusses the processes and strategies of various CIGS firms and the CIGS markets … http://marketpublishers.com/report/technologies_electronics/semiconductors/cigs_photovoltaics_market_opportunities_2011.html

Chinese Indium Strategies: Â Threats and Opportunities for Displays, Photovoltaics and Electronics. China accounts for almost three-quarters of world Indium reserves; it therefore has enormous market power willing to use it. The study analyzes China's current Indium strategies and projects what its next moves might be. The focus of the report is Chinese indium strategies and what opportunities that will create … http://marketpublishers.com/r/C841101186CEN.html

Smart Grid Sensing, Monitoring and Control Systems: Market Opportunites 2011. This report provides insights and forecasts on the full range of sensing, monitoring and control systems that are sold into the Smart Grid. It covers the full range of systems, from those designed to add value to AMI networks, to those used in conjunction with transmission systems. And it shows how new technologies are enabling such systems to add functionality to meet the very demanding needs of today's Smart Grids … http://marketpublishers.com/r/S0B5F415F16EN.html

Smart Coatings for Photovoltaics. The study examines the role of self-cleaning, self-healing, electrochromic and thermochromic coatings encapsulation in the photovoltaics space over the next eight years. It includes an assessment of where the main opportunities will appear and when and includes a detailed eight-year forecast of smart coating usage in the PV space, broken out by volume and value … http://marketpublishers.com/report/industry/chemicals_petrochemicals/smart_coatings_4_photovoltaics.html

Next-Generation Smart Windows: Materials and Markets: 2011. So-called "smart" windows have been available for many years but have never turned into much of a business. Windows that automatically adjust to strong sunlight by tinting to provide a more comfortable interior to buildings have failed to take off supposedly because of inferior technologies. Specific data on the market, key market metrics, detailed market outlooks are featured in the report … http://marketpublishers.com/report/industry/construction/next_generation_smart_windows_materials_n_markets_2011.html

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